Andy Sidaris, an Emmy-award winning sports director for ABC-TV, has made a series of distinctive action/exploitation films that wallow unashamedly in babes, beefcake and bullets. They feature a regular company of well-sculpted males and Playboy-centerfold females as swinging young Drug
Enforcement Agency operatives in Hawaii, who have sex and save the world from narco-terrorists, in that order of priority. Admittedly, Sidaris's writing and direction have improved a bit over the years, and the previous installment, PICASSO TRIGGER, boasted a tricky quasi-Bond plot in between all
the erotic acrobatics. SAVAGE BEACH, which played a few theater screens before washing u...