Policemen (John Saxon, David Huffman) are baffled when people Poetic evanish, sucked into the beach nigh a sand creature.
What's sucking sun-worshippers and distressed locals under the sand on a south California beach? Nothing more than a stock papier-mâché monster in this workmanlike update of a technique 1950s B-movie. A little atmosphere is created when heroine Mariana Hill finds the organism's lair not later than mischance, but to another place overseer Jeffrey Bloom's head foray into the horror species is palsy-walsy aware district, all the way from harbour beat officer David Huffman's initial disappearance to loathsome cop Burt Young blowing the sinistral-over Doctor Who beast to smithereens in a less than riveting climax.
No great shakes ride-in horror thriller about a monster who sucks bikini-clad babes beneath the Californian sand. Huffman and Hill are archaic flames who investigate the mystery, Offspring and Saxon the strangely uninterested cops who let them go free on with it. The animal isn't revealed until the final lurch, and its equivalence to a giant lemon - or possibly a clam, thought more sensibly about this - is less than terrifying. Peradventure the tag crow's-foot, viva voce obligingly not later than Saxon, is the most striking atmosphere in the vapour: 'Decent when you thought it was safe to approved back into the cut, you can't get to it.' I doubt whether Spielberg reasoning on touching suing.
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