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    Alex K.
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    Thanks to the latest Red Letter Media video I watched Demonwarp. It has some good qualities to it, namely the effects and titties, but there's not much gore to it. I like the ideas it had and the last 20 minutes were kind of fun.

    I still think Night of the Demon is top dog of the Bigfoot gore flicks:



    James Rolfe showcases nearly all of the gore scenes in the above video but it's worth it. If I had it my way, Night of the Demon would be remastered for 2K, 7.1 surround sound Blu, released by Criterion and with a commentary by Roger Ebert. "Roger Ebert is dead" you might say, well my solution is to grab every piece of audio he's ever done and assemble that into a commentary. It would totally be worth it.

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  • Ian Jane
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    He also had some bad CG and his mother singing the end theme song, so there's that.

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  • Alex K.
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    If all he had to work with was a giant pair of bigfoot tits then goddamn.

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  • Ian Jane
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    He's not clueless, he's just working with what he has.

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  • Alex K.
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    As Mike said in the RLM video, I can't tell if the director is clueless or he's pulling an Andy Kaufman.

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  • Ian Jane
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    Suburban Sasquatch is awesome. There's an interview with the director on the 100th episode of No Budget Nightmares, he comes across as a super nice guy.

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  • Alex K.
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    I was honestly shocked that this wasn't made by a 17-year-old kid.

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  • Ian Jane
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    Coming 2/14/17...

    "Bigfoot has come to the town of Ellwood City, PA and is causing BIG problems. Now it's up to four town locals, who no one believes have found a Bigfoot, to take him down and save the day."

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    Uncork'd Entertainment has set award-winning creature feature HUNTING GROUNDS for a Feb 7 release.
    Winner Best Sci-Fi Horror Film at the Toronto Independent Film Festival 2015, writer-director John Portanova's acclaimed film sees a fractured family forced to go up against an angry clan of Bigfoot.
    Festival audiences and horror critics have gone crazy for the story of a father and son, forced to move to an old cabin in the woods after a devastating tragedy, who unearth a tribe of Sasquatch.
    Written and directed by John Portanova and produced by horror label The October People, Hunting Grounds stars Miles Joris-Peyrafitte, Jason Vail, David Saucedo, D'Angelo Midili, and Emmy winner Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds).


    HUNTING GROUNDS available On Demand from Feb 7.

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  • Ian Jane
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    AJOOBA KUDRAT KA
    This popped up on CG but apparently it's not the full movie.

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  • Lorne Marshall
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    Hey, Bruce! Yep, still out there building the collection, and frequently checking Cinema Arcana for upcoming releases. Thanks for that.

    And so as not to hijack this thread, below is a list (not including HARRY AND THE HENDERSONS) of bigfoot/yeti/abominable snowman flicks I've seen. I figure they're all about primate-like cryptids so deserve to be catalogued together. Most are horror films. I've listed aka titles for a few, and what the source was if it's not in my collection.

    ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN OF THE HIMALAYAS (1957)
    AJOOBA KUDRAT KA (1991; Indian)
    BEAST AND THE VIXENS (aka BEAUTIES AND THE BEAST; 1974)
    BIGFOOT (1970)
    BIGFOOT (2006; watched this on Video on Demand)
    BIGFOOT COUNTY (2012; watched this on Video on Demand)
    BIGFOOT: LOST COAST TAPES (2012; watched this on Video on Demand)
    BIGFOOT: MAN OR BEAST (1970)
    BOGGY CREEK II (1984)
    CAPTURE OF BIGFOOT (1979)
    CREATURE FROM BLACK LAKE (1976)
    CRY WILDERNESS (1987)
    CURSE OF BIGFOOT (1975)
    DEMONWARP (1988)
    EXISTS (2014)
    GEEK (1971)
    HALF HUMAN (1958)
    IN SEARCH OF BIGFOOT (1976)
    IN THE SHADOW OF BIGFOOT (1977)
    LEGEND OF BIGFOOT (1975)
    LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK (1972)
    LEGEND OF THE DESERT BIGFOOT (1995)
    MAN BEAST (1956)
    MONSTER OF THE VOLCANO (1963; Mexican)
    MYSTERIOUS MONSTERS (1975)
    NIGHT OF THE DEMON (1980)
    NIGHT OF THE HOWLING BEAST (aka THE WEREWOLF VS. THE YETI; 1975)
    RETURN TO BOGGY CREEK (1977)
    SASQUA (1975)
    SASQUATCH (aka THE UNTOLD; 2002)
    SASQUATCH: LEGEND OF BIGFOOT (1976)
    SASQUATCH MOUNTAIN (aka DEVIL ON THE MOUNTAIN; 2006)
    SEARCH FOR THE BEAST (1997)
    SHRIEK OF THE MUTILATED (1974)
    SNOWBEAST (1979)
    SNOW CREATURE (1954)
    SNOW DEVILS (1967)
    SUBURBAN SASQUATCH (2004; didn't watch the whole thing, as I couldn't get past the CGI)
    THEY CALL HIM SASQUATCH (2003; comedy with Neal McDonough)
    WILD MAN OF THE NAVIDAD (2008)
    YETI (1977)

    And these are some borderline titles...

    BLOOD BEAST OF MONSTER MOUNTAIN (aka LEGEND OF BLOOD MOUNTAIN; 1965/1976)
    EYES IN THE DARK (2010; saw this on YouTube)
    FEAR RUNS SILENT (2000)
    JAANI DUSHMAN (1979; Indian)
    SCREAMS OF A WINTER NIGHT (1979)
    TANYA'S ISLAND (1980)
    TEENAGERS BATTLE THE THING (1958; film from which footage for CURSE OF BIGFOOT was taken)

    Believe it or not, this is less than half of the bigfoot, etc. flicks out there. Most of the ones I haven't seen were made in the last decade!

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  • Bruce Holecheck
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    Lorne! Not relevant to this thread at all, but glad to see you still kickin'!

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  • Lorne Marshall
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    Originally posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Ha, so it's got time code on it? Was it a work print maybe?
    I think that's probably right, Ian. Other tapes I got from various traders back then had the same thing.

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  • Ian Jane
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    Ha, so it's got time code on it? Was it a work print maybe?

    I'll look again at the usual spots to see if anything comes up.

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