After a "Bigfoot Hunter" claims to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch, a disgraced investigative journalist stakes his comeback -- and the lives of his documentary film crew -- on proving the find to be a hoax.
For millenniums Bigfoot has silently protected the world and man from himself, yet the evil of industry brings him out of the darkness to battle for the total control of nature; the North Dakota Badlands live up to its name-Hell on earth.
This show has the most impressive array of idiots running around the forest in search of The legendary Bigfoot than you can imagine. Instead of a sophisticated team of scientist and professional trackers, you have men like the creepy, trigger-happy Rick blasting away into the night like a lunatic while terrified filmographer Morgan Matthews looked on. And though they possibly caught the face of a Bigfoot on camera, it looked surprisingly more human than some of the Bigfoot hunters in this show. Another BF investigator was involved in a BF scandal and unconvincing declared he had no idea it was a hoax. Maybe the director's intention was to make a documentary about the worst Bigfoot hunters in existence, or that what I'd like to think. Don't get me wrong, I do believe in the possibilities of a Bigfoot, Skunk Ape, Squatch or whatever and watching a hunt can be entertaining, but when I have to suffer through a show this bad, I'd rather have Bigfoot chuck stones at my head.
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