Tag Archives: Bigfoot
Primal Rage Review
When I’m not at work, the gym, or some family get-together, the majority of my time is spent watching and sharing my thoughts on movies. This leaves me very little time to look at what others are saying about films — which ones are good, which ones people should steer clear of. Thanks to social media, however, I am able to get a small glimpse into what is circulating around the genre. One film that I saw over and over [...]
It has been something of an on-again off-again quest of mine, over the years, to watch as many bigfoot films as I can. There have been some good and some bad, but there was one that always seemed to elude me. Now, with its brand new remaster and first time Blu-ray release, there was no better time to finally sit down and watch Ryan Schifrin’s Abominable.
Confined to a wheelchair on the second floor of his home with a [...]
With films like Hunting the Legend, Willow Creek, and Bigfoot Wars being released, 2014 was definitely the year of the bigfoot. Although it isn’t officially released until tomorrow, another Sasquatch related flick that was all over the place last year was Exists, directed by Eduardo Sanchez who is perhaps most known for directing The Blair Witch Project.
Brothers Matt and Brian steal the keys to their uncle Bob’s cabin in order to have a fun getaway [...]
Willow Creek Review
I know this is another one that Roger did recently, but I just had to throw my hat in the ring for this one. I want to start off by saying how much I love that the subject of bigfoot in horror movies is almost becoming its own sub-genre. I love the subject matter and I think that it being paired with the found footage craze is like pairing peanut butter and jelly… it just makes sense! My recent review [...]
Willow Creek Review
It seems like I was waiting forever to see Bobcat Goldthwait’s bigfoot film, Willow Creek. I remember hearing about it, reading about it, watching the trailer, and being ridiculously excited about it. My interest was piqued. However, it seemed like the film disappeared from my radar for a while. I did some digging and actually came across it on the Playstation Store, of all places. I debated buying it for a few days because I am not a fan [...]
Hunting the Legend Review
The found footage sub-genre has covered everything at this point. Filmmakers have ‘captured’ ghosts, trolls, and even Frankenstein’s monster on film, but no material seems more fitting to be captured by a film crew than the legend of bigfoot. Justin Steeley explores this topic in his 2013 found footage film, Hunting the Legend.
When Chris Copeland was a young boy, his father was abducted by the legendary bigfoot, when the two went on a hunting trip. Authorities gave up [...]