If you're one of those people who gets a little queasy for all the wrong reasons when horror movies rock out the shaky cam, you might want to give this one a miss.
Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I don't think there's any topic I'm MORE unenthused about seeing brought to the big screen, when it should stay on the small screen, than that of Bigfoot. Bigfoot hunters in the Pacific Northwest are like Alien hunters trying to find Area 51, no one takes them seriously, and we all secretly hope they find what they're looking for and never come back. Or maybe that's just me.
The Story: A group of friends who venture into the remote Texas woods for a party weekend find themselves stalked by Bigfoot. Question: Isn't Texas too hot for Bigfoot? I was under the impression that he was more of a boreal rainforest kind of guy.
From the director of The Blair Witch Project, you should know what you're in for by now. POV filming, peripheral imagery of the pursuing Bigfoot (which looks like the grainy photo taken in the Pacific Northwest about 35-40 yrs ago - I'm sure that's on purpose), some extremely shaky cam, no cell signal (of course), a cabin in the woods, and unexpectedly, the Bigfoot's vocalizations that sound like a cross between the ghost apes from Congo and some of the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. This clip kind of feels like the biker scout scene in Return of the Jedi, and then the guy bails and I laughed...probably not the reaction they were hoping for.