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Sex & Nudity

  • An engaged couple are about to sleep together in a tent but are interrupted.

Violence & Gore

  • A woman is dragged away while inside her tent by Bigfoot. The assumption is that she is killed but there is no visible evidence on screen.
  • Bigfoot throws a rock and breaks a man's leg with it. Upon inspection, the break is a compound fracture. The wound is pictured on screen for a few seconds, with bloody skin and fractured bone seen protruding from the fracture site.
  • Bigfoot is shown eating a man. Blood is shown covering a large area of snow, and sounds of the creature eating human flesh are heard. While the man's face is visible there is no gore. Just blood and audio.
  • A man stitches up a bloody upper-arm wound. Several large bloody cuts are shown on screen, containing a significant amount of blood, but no real gore.


  • The protagonist calls Bigfoot a "Son of a bitch" at least twice.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Men drink beer.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There are multiple "jumpy" scenes, impacted by audio sound or music, throughout the film. Nothing that will cause heart attacks, but they are indeed frightening or intense.


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Violence & Gore

  • Climax of the movie is a fight between Bigfoot and the protagonist. While not bloody, it is a traumatic fight with many punches as well as Bigfoot being struck with an axe multiple times (leg and chest). As the fight reaches its peak, the protagonist shoots Bigfoot with a revolver (no blood), then lights the camp on fire, setting Bigfoot ablaze (no blood).

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