This summer, monsters have come from the sea in Pacific Rim and the new Irish low-budget flick, Grabbers. The difference is Pacific Rim didn’t know it was a B-movie, and yet it fails to be an A-movie precisely because it’s a B-movie. Grabbers has no such problems. A rollicking comedy about a tiny Irish isle that finds itself infested by strange, squid-like creatures, Grabbers features a solution even more implausible than the beast itself–and there’s never a dull moment. Now, most literary monster are often symbolic of something else. Jekyll and Hyde is a metaphor for alcohol, for example, and Godzilla is about nuclear proliferation. This one symbolizes a monster or two weighing on the conscience of policeman Ciarán O'Shea (Richard Coyle). It’s a well done B-movie, which is to say, it knows exactly what it is and goes all out to just be that.