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The Choice Is Yours - Watch Quality or Watch Trash
My ex-boyfriend lies a lot (ahem) so I totally believed he was exaggerating when he told me the Gremlins guy, Billy Peltzer (also known as a super hot older actor Zach Galligan)was in a movie about Sasquatch. I love the whole Bigfoot myth, with the sightings, real or not. So, when my ex told me to sit down and watch Nightbeasts, I finally agreed to. There I was with a bowl of popcorn at my side when the Sasquatch claimed his(?? - maybe it was a protective momma Shequatch?)first victim. I was so hooked on this movie from that point until the final tense moments. I really enjoyed the believably realistic storyline about alcoholic and divorced Charles Thomas taking his son for a stay in the woods, while dealing with the seriously deep emotions coming from being rejected by his ex-wife. There was a great balance to this movie - just enough gore, enough romance, enough angry Sasquatch attacks, enough Native American lore. The acting was fantastic, the storyline is solid, and some scenes were shot with breathtaking clarity, which is a reminder that not all "good" movies come from Hollywood. I won't be watching Transformers 7 in 2019, by the way.
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