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Suburban Sasquatch (2004)

When a giant blood-thirsty anthropoid goes on a killing in a sprawling suburban park area, it's up to a couple of rangers, a reporter and a mystical Native-American Warrior to try and stop it.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sue Lynn Sanchez ...
Talla
Bill Ushler ...
Rick Harlan
Dave Bonavita ...
John Rush / Bigfoot
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Steve Parker / Homeowner Victim / Bigfoot
Wes Miller ...
Joe the fisherman / Bigfoot
Loretta Wascavage ...
Ricks Grandmother
Troy Stephen Sanders ...
Editor / Hunter
Dallas Quinn ...
Timmy's Mother
Hunter Quimby ...
Timmy
Edward Wascavage ...
Sicheii (as Ed Wascavage Sr.)
David Weldon ...
Harold / Bigfoot (as Dave Weldon)
Linda Jamison ...
Harolds Wife
Ryan Miller ...
Boyfriend
Alisha Irwin ...
Girlfriend
Steve Morgan ...
Muffy's Owner
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When a giant blood-thirsty anthropoid goes on a killing in a sprawling suburban park area, it's up to a couple of rangers, a reporter and a mystical Native-American Warrior to try and stop it.

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He's out of the woods - and into your neighborhood!

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$12,000 (estimated)
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Trust In Thee
Written by Mary and Dave Wascavage
Music by Mary and Dave Wascavage
Performed by Loretta Wascavage
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Beware of the man in the gorilla suit!
25 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Suburban Sasquatch is one of those movies that is so cheesy and stupid that you doubt whether the creators meant for it to be taken seriously or not. Actually, director Dave Wascavage has said in an interview that Suburban Sasquatch really wasn't meant to be taken all that serious. Sure some scenes were meant to be serious, but the director knows it's a B-movie, and just has fun with it.

This one has all the usual SOV problems, questionable acting, dialog that, while not bad most of the time, occasionally ventures into downright terrible (check the scene where the news editor must have said the word "sell" at least 20 times), cheap special effects, continuity errors, etc. If you can get past all that, you should have a lot of fun with this one.

Hapless victims stand there and scream for their lives as Bigfoot tears them apart piece by piece. Bigfoot himself gets shot countless times, he bleeds profusely, but is never hurt. For those of you studying Bigfoot, the legend is true, the blood of Bigfoot is made of terrible CGI. In one scene, the main girl is getting ready to shoot him with a bow-and-arrow, and Bigfoot leaves himself wide open, spreading his arms wide as if to say "shoot me, go ahead, I don't mind". In another scene, Bigfoot tears up a girl, an arm and some blood go flying, then in the next shot the arm is right back on her, completely unharmed.

There is also a good amount of gore, that ranges from some good prosthetic effects to laughably bad CGI.

While maybe a bit long (this one lasts about 100 minutes), it really didn't bother me all that much because I had a pretty good time with this one.

Suggested MPAA: R for violence and gore


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