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The kill scenes r the highlight, the film starts well, goes full rampage in the middle with solid kills but lags during the end. Enjoyable film for horror fans.
Saw this on a pirated dvd. The director is the man behind the special effects of Spiderman, Jurassic park, Death sentence, Alien vs Predator.
So obviously there gonna be some good kills n yes the kill scenes are the dominating factor. The Sasquatch face when it opens up its jaw is more like predator.
The character development is good, the cinematography is striking. The wide shots of the forest, the road n the river is striking. Thankfully none of the kill scenes r shot in the dark.
Coming to the bad things, initially when the couple is standing out of the car to see the injured man, the lead actor is hit by some stones n he falls into the river. After being rescued by his wife, our guy forgets everything about the pelting stones. Mayb temporary amnesia. Lol.
During the kill scenes, the big foot spares or misses killing the lead guy n he is being rescued n healed by some witch doctor who looks more scarier.
No background story about the witch.
The sheriff n the guy goes to the forest to rescue our heroine n it takes helluva lot of time for the big foot to fight our guy.
The final confrontation is laughable, our guy fighting the big foot. Lol.
The ending was predictable for me.
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