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Poor sequel but deserves to be seen on its own not as an edited part of a TV show with snarky commentary See more (66 total) »


  (in credits order)
Charles B. Pierce ... Dr. Lockhart
Cindy Butler ... Leslie Ann Walker
Chuck Pierce Jr. ... Tim Thornton (as Chuck Pierce)
Jimmy Clem ... Old Man Crenshaw
Serene Hedin ... Tanya Yazzie
Rick Hildreth ... Deputy Williams (as Rick 'Rock' Hildreth)
Don Adkins ... Otis Tucker
James Tennison ... Store Keeper
Charles Potter ... Oscar Culpotter
Pat Waggoner ... Myrtle Culpotter
Charles Vanderburg ... W.L. Slogan
Mack Pierce ... Boat Renter
Minnie L. Sessum ... Old Lady in Store
Okley Williams ... Man #1 in Store
Morris Williams ... Man #2 in Store
Pam Pierce ... Girl at Swimming Hole
Frank Clingan ... Jet Ski Rider
Greg Pardue ... Hunter
Charles L. Hopper ... Boy at Swimming Hole
Fabus Griffin ... Big Creature

Victor Williams ... Little Creature

Directed by
Charles B. Pierce 
Writing credits
Charles B. Pierce (written by)

Produced by
Joy N. Houck Jr. .... producer
Charles B. Pierce .... producer
Original Music by
Frank McKelvey 
Lori McKelvey 
Cinematography by
Shirak Kojayan 
Film Editing by
Shirak Kojayan 
Costume Design by
Dorene Hedin 
Carmen Higgs 
Patricia Hinds 
Makeup Department
Pam Pierce .... makeup artist
Sound Department
Greg Pardue .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Bill Khopler .... special effects costumes
Vince Deadrick Jr. .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Frank Clingan .... assistant camera
Harold Grimm .... grip
Mark Hatsell .... grip
Charles Martz .... key grip
Dale Pierce .... grip
Tony Pierce .... grip
Jan Sams .... second assistant camera
Mike Timmons .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carmen Biggs .... wardrobe
Other crew
Hub Dungan .... underwater diver (as Hud Duncan)
Paul Fisk .... additional narrative
Paul E. Nelson .... dog supplier
Jim Parker .... computer programmer
Amy Pierce .... production assistant
Terry F. Pruitt .... dog supplier
Chuck Record .... assistant to producer
Liz Salter .... production assistant
Joni Strange .... script clerk

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Also Known As:
"The Barbaric Beast of Boggy Creek, Part II" - USA (original title)
"Boggy Creek II" - USA (alternative title)
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91 min | UK:94 min
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Did You Know?

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 »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): At one point, Prof. Lockhart calls Deputy Williams, "Trooper Williams", when he had referred to him as "Deputy" up until that point.See more »
Professor Brian C. 'Doc' Lockart:I saw the little creature.See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Poor sequel but deserves to be seen on its own not as an edited part of a TV show with snarky commentary, 18 January 2014
Author: utgard14 from USA

A professor (Charles B. Pierce) takes three students into the wilderness to hunt for proof of the Boggy Creek monster. The Legend of Boggy Creek is one of my favorite movies. I generally defend director Charles B. Pierce as the interesting low-budget filmmaker that he was. This is actually the second sequel to Boggy Creek. The first sequel, Return to Boggy Creek, Pierce had no affiliation with. Since the original movie was very much Pierce's baby, I would consider this the true sequel and the other something separate.

Unlike the original film, which was done in docudrama style, this is more of a straightforward movie. Although the flashback scenes are something akin to what I have come to expect from Pierce in previous movies. The principal actors are made up of amateurs, led by Pierce himself. The other characters and extras in the movie are regular people and not actors. None of the acting is that good but for a movie like this that can sometimes add to the charm. Pierce's son Chuck is particularly bad. Serene Hedin, the actress playing Tanya, is kind of cute and her butt cheeks overflow from her Daisy Dukes, for those interested. Speaking of Daisy Dukes, the sight of the Pierce men in short shorts is enough to scar you for life so steady yourself for that. Chuck Pierce, Jr. seems intent on removing his shirt as much as possible, as well. Someone sadly misinformed him about his physique.

I enjoyed the Arkansas scenery. I always appreciated that Pierce shot on location for his movies. The creature is also shown more in this movie than in the original. That was probably a poor choice as the creature's fleeting appearances in the first movie added to that film's atmosphere. Here it's clearly a man in a suit, which just serves to provide chuckles to the audience.

The primary reason this movie has as many reviews as it does and extremely low votes is because of the annoying Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans who give 1's to every movie that appeared on that show. That isn't to say it's a good movie. It's objectively bad on most levels and there is a lot to make fun of. The out of place mad dog sequence, the scene where a little creature attacks a guy for his fish, and the outhouse segment are particularly funny. But the best part of the movie is everything after they meet Crenshaw. I would watch a whole movie with just that guy. Pierce himself said this was his worst movie and that he regretted making it. However, I found it entertaining and even endearing in some ways. But that's admittedly probably due to a nostalgic soft spot of mine. I really don't think that it deserves a 1 or 2 and I blame MST3K for that. It would probably have a more fair 4 or 5 rating otherwise. The comedy value alone warrants a higher rating than it currently has. Just do yourself a favor, please, and see the movie and judge it on its own merits. Don't be one of these people who watches the edited version on MST3K with wise-cracking peanut gallery and claim you actually saw the movie. Any movie will seem worse when you're watching it under those conditions.

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