Written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait. Starring Bryce Johnson and Alexie Gilmore.
Plot: a man and his girlfriend camp in the woods hoping to capture a glimpse of Bigfoot
We love Bobcat, but no. Just no. Maybe he shouldn’t write stuff. Or direct stuff. Cause we’re not feeling it.
Jim (Johnson) is an asshole. He treats his girlfriend, Kelly (Gilmore) like trash. She came on this trip with him even though she doesn’t believe, but he won’t go to L.A. for her? Meanwhile, the ass believes in Bigfoot, but not leprechauns. Why? What’s the big stretch between the two?
We were disappointed in many things about the movie. We’ve seen Johnson in other things and yet he was wretched in this. They both were. And we have to deal with them in one scene where they’re in a tent and nothing at all happens. It’s just the two of them staring at each other.
And the “bigfoot” didn’t sound like a huge creature. It sounded like a regular person making siren noises: “WOOP! WOOP!” At the end, we assume there was murder involved, but why is Bigfoot a murderer anyway? Might he be nice if we met him? I mean, if he really existed.
Also, why does Bigfoot look like that? Why does it look like a big, fat, naked woman? She wasn’t even hairy.
We really did hate it. We don’t recommend it. Save yourself and see something else.
Our score: 10.