An animated retelling of the worst passenger ship disaster in history. In this version, love blossoms between the upper-class Sir William and the blue-collar Angelica, who is hoping to find... See full summary »
Three young boys, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum together with their neighbor girl, computer whiz Amanda are visiting Mega Mountain amusement park when it is invaded by an army of ninjas led by ... See full summary »
Jobe is resuscitated by Jonathan Walker. He wants Jobe to create a special computer chip that would connect all the computers in the world into one network, which Walker would control and ... See full summary »
A documentary-style drama which questions the existence of a monster in an Arkansas swamp. It is really more of a glimpse at lower-class swamp culture from the seventies, though, than a ... See full summary »
Charles B. Pierce
Willie E. Smith,
John P. Hixon,
Still haunted by his gruesome past, Tommy Jarvis - the boy who killed Jason Voorhees - wonders if somehow he is connected to brutal slayings occurring in and around the secluded halfway house where he now lives.
Even though this movie is titled "Boggy Creek II" it's actually the third movie of the Boggy Creek series. Charles B. Pierce, the producer of the original "Boggy Creek" - The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972) - didn't have anything to do with the first "Boggy Creek II", Return to Boggy Creek (1977), so he decided to ignore that one and make this as the sequel. See more »
During the night scene while waiting for the girls, Tim mistakingly calls Professor Lockart "Pop". (Charles B. Pierce, who plays Tim, is the real life son of Charles Pierce, playing Lockart.) See more »
While this is technically the third film in the series, the original's director Charles B. Pierce returns so I guess it's fair to call it the second in his duo of films. This time out Pierce also plays the lead role of a college professor who takes two students and one of their friends into the Arkansas swamp searching for Bigfoot. As with the first one, this here tries to mix a real movie with that of a documentary but the end results are more laughable than anything else. What we've basically got is this professor taking his students in the woods and every so often he will tell them a story about a Bigfoot sighting. This is when we'll get a flashback to that encounter but most of the stories are just laughable. Check out the scene with the man in the outhouse who gets attacked and ask yourself why anyone would take this serious. There are even dumber scenes without Bigfoot including one where the group get attacked by a "mad" dog but it's obvious there's nothing wrong with this dog and it's trainer just isn't doing a very good job. The entire movie is incredibly silly because it never makes a bit of sense why this professor would be taking the kids out there and you really have to wonder what on earth class they were taking for this. The performances are all pretty bad and that includes Pierce who clearly wasn't an actor. Just check out how he handles a gun during the mad dog sequence. Speaking of guns, there are several times where he's close enough to shoot Bigfoot yet one thing after another happens to prevent it. The highlight of the film, if you want to call it that, happens with around twenty-minutes or so remaining when the professor and kids happen upon a true redneck who just happens to be friends with the creature. What follows is almost funny enough to make the rest of the film worth sitting through.
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