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A group of high school students on an archaeological dig discover a centuries old mummified body in a sealed cave. Removing the mummy, it soon comes back to life, revealing itself to be an inhuman beast that terrorizes a small California town.Written by
Jeremy Lunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Growing up in 1960s and 70s Montana I first saw Curse of Bigfoot on a classic late night movie program called Creatures Features hosted by Bob Wilkins and later John Stanley out of Stockton California. Curse of Bigfoot was of course made like other cheap horror films of the day, like The Creeping Terror, on a shoestring budget in B&W with the cast also the same people making the movie. But I do remember being scared by the monster in Curse of Bigfoot. If I remember it right it had a cooked egg like thing over each eye. This movie was great fun and very funny. It is currently about to be released on DVD with documentary on the making and other behind the scenes materials. If you are a fan of this movie email me for details about the upcoming DVD release..I believe it is in January 2002.
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