This feature is a campy romp. The description on the reverse of the DVD leads one to believe the film contains outtakes from older films. That is not the case. The coastal town of Camaroville is plagued by a campy sea monster who does Troma style killings and has an insatiable appetite for bra tops. The cast includes a detective who works for the mob and a newswoman with skin issues who needs to shower. About halfway through the film a Randy Quaid type noodler is introduced. He says about his craft, "Some call it foolish, others call it plain stupid." His niece is a combination of country goof and rocket scientist.
The film is low budget and campy. What makes a film such as this enjoyable outside of the topless women is the dialogue. In that regard the writers did a good job in creating puns, you just have to listen up.
Review by nogodnomasters from the Internet Movie Database.