Intriguing and seemingly respectful approach to the subject of bigfoot.
Official trailer for the upcoming short film “Hominid”. Hominid tells the story of two ambitious young primatologists who have been green lit for an 8 week research trip to the Northern Cascades of Washington State, to either prove or debunk the Sasquatch myth once and for all.
Written and Directed by Justin Suttles
Finally an actually good bigfoot movie. Lots of blair witch vibes and the scene in the tent is fucking spooky and tense.
For some reason this seems to be a really good year for found footage with this, the sacrament, the borderlands, and afflicted. Eduardo Sanchez (The guy who made blair witch) is supposed to be coming out with a bigfoot found footage movie soon too.
I haven’t watched it yet and have heard mixed reviews, but this poster is freaking awesome.
'Horns' Official Trailer
You guys don’t understand how hard Alex Aja fought to make this movie. The script (written by Keith Bunin) is brilliant, I was balling my eyes out. And everyone said, “It’s too weird, it’ll never get made” and kept trying to get Aja to sign onto other projects but he was like, “NO I AM DOING THIS!” and everyone just kind of rolled their eyes like, “You crazy Frenchman, don’t you want to make money?” And then he got DanRad to sign on and everyone had to SHUT UP and EAT THEIR WORDS and now we’re finally going to have this amazing movie and it will be EPIC and if you don’t cry I don’t know you’re NOT HUMAN or something fuck even Hannibal Lecter cries at the goddamned opera.
“A documentary filmmaker and his crew venture up to Siskiyou County, known for their Bigfoot sightings. While there to investigate, they meet a local who leads them into the woods showing them evidence of Bigfoot’s existence. As they document everything on film, a series of unfortunate events occurs leaving many unanswered questions and only this footage to draw conclusions.“
Deja vu? Feels like I’ve read this logline once or twice or thrice before…
“This movie harkens back to the earlier and really creepy Bigfoot films that scared me as a child like The Legend of Boggy Creek,” Sanchez added. “Everything we’ve seen of bigfoot has been from the first-person view such as the Patterson film when you see him moving through the woods. That’s why this particular subject is ideal to shoot from the found footage perspective.”
Yes, THE LOST COAST TAPES beat EXISTS to the punch, but LCT was a disappointment. With the subject now in Eduardo Sanchez’s hands, I remain cautiously optimistic. (I’ll even forgive him referring to the subject of Patterson-Gimlin film as a he.)