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.


Corey Grant





Credited cast:
Drew Rausch ... Sean Reynolds
Rich McDonald ... Darryl Coleman
Ashley Wood Garcia ... Robyn Conway (as Ashley Wood)
Noah Weisberg ... Kevin Lancaster
Frank Ashmore ... Carl Drybeck
Rowdy Kelley Rowdy Kelley ... LaRoche
Japheth Gordon ... Curtis
Sweetie Sherrié Sweetie Sherrié ... Latonya
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alan Carnes Alan Carnes ... The Second Shape
Brittani Ebert ... News Anchor
Loren Lester ... Executive #1
Travis McHenry Travis McHenry ... Reporter
Chrisón Thompson ... The Shape (as Chrison Thompson)
Donal Thoms-Cappello ... Executive #2


Sean Reynolds, a highly acclaimed investigative journalist (who strongly believed in paranormal phenomena), destroyed his career when the most watched episode of his reality show, based on paranormal phenomena, turned out to be a hoax. Sean saw a news report on a "Bigfoot Hunter" (Carl Drybeck) who claimed to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch. He believes Drybeck is a phony and decides to create a new show that reveals people's paranormal claims as hoaxes. Sean assembles his old film crew and heads to Northern California's "Lost Coast" to meet with and interview Drybeck. Obsessed, Sean is staking his comeback, his life and the lives of his documentary film crew on proving Drybeck's claim to be a hoax. Written by Chevez Frazier

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Not bad, but definitely not good!
21 September 2012 | by Michael-Hallows-EveSee all my reviews

Now this film started off pretty good, the acting was pretty good too, but the movie took a good 50 minutes or so before anything really started to happen. Then when it did happen it was either out of focus or something was in the way or the camera was pointed in the wrong direction. I was actually hoping for more out of this film as I'm a 'found-footage' fan, and I'm kind of a Bigfoot fan too, but this movie (although well done in parts) failed in it's delivery. Just when you think you might see something, you're soon disappointed by the camera missing most of the action, or you only see some feet. It isn't the worst 'found-footage' movie out there, but it's definitely not one of the better ones. So I give this a 4 out of 10, only because it actually had potential, if only the makers had of done it better.

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26 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes See more »

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Eureka, California, USA See more »

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