Five years after an unexplained malfunction causes the death of 15 tour-goers and staff on the opening night of a Halloween haunted house tour, a documentary crew travels back to the scene of the tragedy to find out what really happened.
Dylan Berrick is the polished and skillful Overnight Manager of the Century Grand, one of the most classy and upscale hotels in the city. After a shocking night, when a woman named Holly is... See full summary »
Catherine Mary Stewart,
The Director says; It was late at night and he couldn't sleep. He tuned to a radio program discussing Bigfoot. Then they played some recorded Bigfoot sounds. One in particular made his hair stand on end.
The next morning, he rolled out of bed and started writing. Six weeks later, the script was locked and he was ready to shoot The Fiancé. See more »
In the mid-70's, Bigfoot movies were all the rage from "The Legend of Boggy Creek" to "Sasquatch" which were mostly filmed in a style that today would be considered "documentary" or "found footage". Well, Bigfoot is back and it's a KILLER! With all of the current zombie craze and haunted house films, it's cool to see a new take on an classic legend such as Bigfoot. For a stand alone horror film, The Fiancé'has plenty of scares and intense moments. One of the reasons I dug this movie is because I'm a huge fan of practical effects and the blood and gore in this was great! Not to give anything away, but I practically felt the pain of the protagonist Valdez's character Michael. It was a treat to see Carrie Keagan in something that was somewhat out-of-the-box (or in this case, woods) from her NGTV gig. The transformation of her Sarah was crazy, in a scary way. I have never come across a Bigfoot movie that contains suspense, spices of humor, Russian mobsters and a rabid Fiancé'! Put it all together and enjoy a wild ride!
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