Enraged by the murder of its offspring, a Bigfoot rampages through the countryside of Southeast Ohio. Detective Benson (Zach Galligan), Ranger Thomas (Johnny Lechner), and Bigfoot ... See full summary »
Enraged by the murder of it's offspring, a Bigfoot rampages through the countryside of Southeast Ohio. Detective Benson (Zach Galligan), Ranger Thomas (Johnny Lechner) and Bigfoot ... See full summary »
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Bill Oberst Jr.,
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I didn't expect much from this film but boy was I wrong.
This film screamed "quality" from the first frame and just got better and better. One thing that sets this movie apart from others is the earnestness of its storytelling. This movie eschews the standard cookie cutter narrative devices associated with the genre like the "group of twenty something's lost in the woods armed with video cameras" in favor of a father & son story about healing and redemption in the face of brokenness.Many of the characters in the movie are larger than life archetypes that are symbols of many contemporary social ills like economic disparities, the dissolution of the nuclear family and humanity's struggle to overcome basic tribalism.The ending will leave you smiling.
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