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John A. McDermott,
"Sasquatch Hunters" is a very bad Bigfoot flick Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever encountered a good or even half-decent Bigfoot flick. Them seventies flicks like "Legend of Boggy Creek", "Creature from Black Lake" and "Sasqua" are undoubtedly charming to look at, but you honestly can't refer to them as good movies. But the newest generation of Sasquatch/Snowman/Bigfoot movies, like "Devil on the Mountain", "Abominable" and also including this "Sasquatch Hunters" are beyond awful and downright pathetic. Recurring defaults in all of them are the miserable computer generated special effects (whatever happened to putting a large fat bloke into a hairy costume), the budgetary restraints and the cast full of untalented nobodies. Somewhere in a remote and forestry region I forgot which one a bunch of park rangers team up with a trio of paleontologists in search of old monkey bones! But why settle for dead monsters' skeletons when you can have an actual encounter with a real (and very hungry) Sasquatch? The killing sequences are laughably inept and insultingly fake, most notably the one where our giant stupid monkey smashes someone against a tree. The cast is mostly unmemorable, except maybe for the girl with her enormous hooters in a tight blue top. Otherwise there isn't anything else to say about "Sasquatch Hunters" apart from skip it
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