Maynard is a beloved local businessman who is mistaken for the legendary Bigfoot during an inebriated romp through town in a makeshift gorilla costume. The sightings set off an international Bigfoot media spectacle and a windfall of tourism dollars for a simple American town hit by hard times.Written by
This is the second time Hamilton, NY has played host to a major film production; the first being Puddle Cruiser, the first production of Broken Lizard (of Super Troopers fame). See more »
At 23 minutes, you can see the camera man and the camera tripod in the reflection of the glass doors of the white "Pottersville Bigfoot Tours" school bus. See more »
Do you ever dress up like the animals you're in search of? You know, like camouflage?
Can't say that I have but I like your thinking! Somebody get me a net, I think I found a mermaid!
She's not, she's got legs...
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I ran across this little gem on a Saturday night when cruising Netflix. I was intrigued by Ian McShane and Ron Perlman. I wasn't expecting that much and I had an enjoyable time watching the actors bring the characters to life. Ian is very funny playing a hunter and Ron Perlman does an excellent job of playing a country sherriff. I read the previous reviews and I'm not we were watching the same film. I have relatives in a small town in east Texas and the themes of a small town dependent on a mill closing hit close to home as when industry leaves a small town, there often aren't a lot of opportunities. Perhaps I just have a calif attitude but I was laughing at the same jokes when I watched the next afternoon with friends. Perhaps not everyone noticed that the Bigfoot costume was what special forces actually wears for camo wear. There are a lot of other subtle jokes in the movie if you are paying attention. Cheers!
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