Strange wrap-up in that the culprit behind the Loch Ness Monster shenanigans doesn't really have a reason for doing what they do and absolutely no one cares once it's revealed.
I've been a fan of John Kenneth Muir's review compendiums "Horror Films of the..." for nearly 15 years. I recall reading Horror Films of the 1990s in a tiny Ballard restaurant during my first year of marriage. I'm now coming up on my 13th anniversary and Muir's long awaited follow-up has finally been released.
When Horror Films of 2000-2009 (I hate that the publisher changed the title format) arrived at my doorstep, I took a peek at the back to…