American divers have unlocked a monster off a Greek island. Now virgins must be sacrificed to keep the monster from killing everybody. Sounds good, right? Unfortunately, it doesn’t quite deliver on the promise. Instead, what we get is a movie that seems to just keep going on and on with little to nothing actually going on. They try to keep you interested by making you guess who the good guys are and who the bad guys are, but at some point you lose interest. The acting is pretty bad all the way around with the exception of James Earl Jones (Star Wars, Field Of Dreams), who does a decent job with his very poorly written character. It’s also interesting seeing Jones so much thinner than I am used to him being. The sea monster doesn’t have much screen time, but it is so badly cheesy that I had to like it.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 4