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Oh, the horror that the Barbaric Beast will bring!!
If you thought all the other cheesy Bigfoot movies made were bad, wait till you see this one. It's Charles Pierce's sequel to the original "Legend of Boggy Creek" (not to be confused with the unrelated "Return to Boggy Creek"). This time Pierce plays the starring role as a professor who drags 2 girls and a really skinny kid who can never keep his shirt on (, and according to the professor, "...is always hungry") into the woods in search for Bigfoot. The movie starts out leading you to believe that Bigfoot is some sort of amphibious creature by showing it rip a deer's head off from underwater. But that's just the tip of the iceberg of horror in the classic. Just wait till you see the stirring "Mad Dog Attack" sequence, and the greatest line in Bigfoot movie history: "Talk to me...". It'll all come together when you see it on Mystery Science Theater 3000. Oh, what a joyous day it will be when I see this movie ripped to shreds by the masters. Although, it's very fun to watch it in it's original state and shred it yourself. All in all, a highly recommended flick for bad bigfoot movie and bad movie fans alike!
The Loch Ness Horror (1981)
Yet another one for B-Movie fans! (but watch out for the TIE Fighter)
What can I say about a movie as bad as this? The people who made this movie, didn't even try to make the monster in it look realistic. You never see more than its head, and the head is just a giant puppet that has little movement except for when it opens it mouth to roar. And the sound they used for the roaring is the best part. At many points in the movie it sounds exactly like a TIE fighter flying over! I couldn't believe that when I first heard it and had to rewind several times to make it sink in. Other than the terrible looking monster and the noises it makes, there isn't much more to this film except for a few corny attack scenes and the crazy Scotsman attacking the kids trying to have an intimate moment in his castle. Still, it's watchable if you like this sort of trash. I know I do....
The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972)
Best Bigfoot movie/documentary of all time!
I have seen just about every terrible, cheesy Bigfoot movie out there, and this is the one I saw first, and this is the one that is the best. It starts out kind of strange though, with the movie trying to act like a movie. But once that is over and the documentary side takes over, it goes from good to great. A common mistake of Bigfoot films makers, is the way they show Bigfoot. This movie does it very tastefully with no close-ups of the Bigfoot smiling at the camera or anything. Believe me, some movies have that, while they're trying to be serious, or worse yet, scary.
Excellent for any Bigfoot nut or horror movie fan alike.
Return to Boggy Creek (1977)
What a hunk of Disney-esque garbage!
...not that all Disney films are garbage.
Anyway, I saw "Legend of Boggy Creek" first and absolutely loved the film. When I heard it had 2 sequels, I was ecstatic. I finally found a copy of this and watched it one night. I don't see how they can make a G-rated sequel to a horror film. The original is a movie/documentary about the Fauke Monster, and can scare anyone. "Return" is for kids and should not be watched by anyone. I don't remember the plot too well, as it's been quite some time since I watched it and I will not watch it again, but... It's about these hunters coming to town and they go looking to kill Bigfoot. Three little kids sneek out of the house to stop them. A big monsoon comes through. The hunters get hurt, are saved by the kids. Then they all hide out in a boat with a big piece of tarp on top and try to wait out the storm. Then all of a sudden, Bigfoot comes and does something really sick. I don't wanna ruin the ending for any of yas, but it's not scary. Well....
Night of the Demon (1980)
Perfect for fans of hilariously bad movies!!
I was introduced to this movie by a fellow Bigfoot buff friend of mine who had found a copy of this oh-so-rare film. When he said I was in for a treat, I had no idea. This movie screams to be massacred on MST3K. A college professor takes a few of his students out to some small island searching for Bigfoot. While there, the professor tells the kids many tales of people and their fatal encounters with Bigfoot. The flashbacks contain hilariously bad special effects and Bigfoot doing just plain silly things. I wouldn't want to ruin any points of this masterpiece for all you other "Z-Movie" fans out there. All I can say is, that you'll laugh til it hurts with this one (if you can find a copy of the movie, that it. It is rather difficult to find).