24 August 2006 | wrlang
not much fear in the see
Sea of Fear has some things going for it. The camera work wasn't too bad and the lighting was better than expected. The acting was pretty raw, perhaps in a few more years the young cast will ripen. A pay check for Edward Albert as he had a relatively small role. The story is about a group of young people that pay an old captain that take a boat trip to party and have some fun. They tell some spooky stories, drink a few beers, down some rum, and then start dying off. Sort of a twisted ending, but not unlike some other films of the recent past. It's worth a watch, but keep the remote handy so you can FF past some of the languishing melodramatic dialog.