Bigfoot's Wild Weekend
Sue Harlan Murray, Leroy Von Laroy, Jeff Murray (executive), Roger C. Murray (executive) for Harmur Entertainment
directed by Jeff Murray
starring David Novak, Chase Carter, Nikki Parsneau, Ronald Dean Blackwell, Coty Shane Tate, Kim Liacono, D.T. Carney, Tyler Smith, Bree Stephens, Jack Bradford, Jeslen Michelle Saenz, Aja Chachanhsy, Joe Kelarjian, Troy Fidis, Jessie Kirk, Earl S. Johnson, Duane Mapson, Willy Ortlieb, Michael G. Brewington, Amanda Smith, Manjit Batth, Nickolas Murray, Laura Remington Jacob, Adrian Jilote, Aurello Jilote, Jennifer Parker, Dolores Torres, Doug Nelson, Dave Evert, Rachel Kinghorn, Aviva Kirsten, Amber Smiley, Colleen Claire, Don York, B.Charles Barela, Doug Higley, Chris Moore, Roger 'Ricochet' Murray, Morgan John Smith, Christian Murray, Katie Lipsey, Jason Caplinger, Leah Baize, Ashton DeHart, Crystal Lachawicz, Kimberlee Burns, Gabrielle Hernandez, Gage Pasley, Lily Pasley, Kyla Murray, Crysta Murray, Sunny Abarbanell, Natalee Castonguay, Tyler Castonguay
story by Jeff Murray, Dearborn Murray, screenplay by Ryan Ramos
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Bigfoot (D.T. Carney) is roaming the woods around a small village in
the middle of nowhere USA. Interestingly, these woods seem to be mainly
populated by pretty young (college age) girls who do nothing rather than
party, take a dip or another in a swimhole which the area is rich of - and
of course take off their tops. Soon, the local sheriff (David Novak) has
so many Bigfoot sightings at hand that he does what every
straight-thinking lawmaker in the country would do - he calls in the
tabloids for reinforcement.
This brings reporter Harlan (Chase Carter)
onto the scene, who has been sent to the area packed with $25,000 for the
man (or woman) who actually shoots and kills Bigfoot. Harlan is less than
convinced that there even is a Bigfoot, but he reluctantly investigates
and runs into all kinds of local wackos, telling him truly wild stories
about the beast that all have one thing in common. Bigfoot, it seems,
never actually attacks anybody, he just ... steals panties?
Harlan crosses paths and falls in love with beautiful TV reporter Simone
(Nikki Parsneau) - a love that's mutual. However, Harlan's big reward has
also caught the attention of every big game hunter, cryptozoologist, and
general oddball, who all grab their guns (most of them shouldn't even be
allowed to carry) and try to shoot Bigfoot ... but mainly of course, they
are hitting each other.
Ultimately, Harlan and Simone, who have long
found out that Bigfoot is a perfectly harmless creature who's just a
little horny during mating season, have to face the beast themselves,
accompanied by a bunch of hunters taking aim - will they be able to save
the creature? Do they even want to?
To make one thing clear up
front: Bigfoot's Wild Weekend is no Citizen Kane - and heck,
it doesn't try to be ... come on, it's called Bigfoot's Wild Weekend
after all, and with a title like this one, you know what to expect: Booze,
boobs and Bigfoot - and you know what, Bigfoot's Wild Weekend
delivers all three in droves, all held together by a story that shows some
satirical tendencies, but mainly it's carried by broad comedy including
raunchy elements - and that's fine, this film isn't high art and doesn't
pretend to be, it's a party movie (even the title suggests as much) that's
best watched with a couple of mates and a couple of beers ...
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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