Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Something's up at Sea Bright Beach (actually Lake Erie). People keep disappearing, and a group of out-of-towners (traveling to a beach concert) investigates. The local girl (Erin Brown/Misty Mundae) tries to caution the party-goers, but her warnings fall on deaf ears ï‚¾ they're too busy go-go dancing to the surf band!
There's not much nudity or gore, but it's a fun film that references classics such as Humanoids from the Deep, Creature From 20,000 Fathoms and Creature From the Haunted Sea (the latter being cut to frequently on a TV set). The bonus features are entertaining. The additional soundtrack is a nice extra, although the score isn't as enjoyable a listen as the Fantastic Baggys-inspired surf groups.
It was shot in just a few days and on video, so you know what to expect. It also doesn't have the budget of recent sea-monster tribute Frog-g-g, but it's equally fun. Check it out!
Retailing: B-Movie horror fans and Misty Mundae completists.
- Mike Desert
=Sweet 'n' Innocent
Peach DVD/Red Dragon Releasing
Nedeh, Breanne, Justine Jolie, Valentina Vaughn, Carli Banks, Michelle Maylene, Karlie Montana, Autumn Austin, Sam
Extras: Still Gallery, Trailers
Here's a product that holds special appeal to viewers who enjoy men's magazines. The girls reveal a tiny bit of pink - but hardcore solo action isn't even on the table, chair or floor, for that matter. Actually, the box cover fails to indicate precisely what kind of content is within its enticing plastic clam shell.
The lowdown: Pretty models draped in skimpy attire loll around on tiny stylized sets. Most of the time they're running their hands all over their firm bods. Newcomers and more timid customers will be aroused by these tame visuals.
Retailing: Young, fit ladies in a milieu that suits a men's magazine photo shoot stroke themseleves for the camera.