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A bit of sex banter at the beginning between the lead couple as they drive. They make various compliments about their genitalia.

The lead woman pretends to masturbate the bigfoot statue; the statue has no visible penis.

The male lead strips with his back to camera and dives in a creek midway. His genitals are blurred by the water, but still somewhat visible.

A half-naked woman suddenly appears at the end.

There is no violence but it is implied that a man is killed and eaten offscreen.

Multiple uses of the f**k word. A few mentions of vagina, 'bean' and cock. Shit is used regularly.

The last half hour or so is incredibly tense. There is a twenty-minute scene where the leads lie in their tent, as the silence is punctuated by creepy noises and something messing with their tent.

At daybreak, they try to leave the woods but get lost and are stalked till nightfall. Once it is dark, whatever is out there comes for them again. It is implied that the man is killed (we hear him screaming and choking while something snarls ferociously) and that the woman is dragged off to become a "Bride of Bigfoot".


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