- H4 2012
Black Water Creek: Legend of Sasquatch
Marshall Ever for 5th Undgerground
directed by Marshall Ever, Jon Firman
starring Nelson Irizarry, Telana Jackson, Jonathon Ruckman, Mark Shell, Jacob Le Doux, Chad Pettit, Brian E. Shell, Sabree Anderson, Larysa Shell, Kristine Shell, Rodney Bulls, S. Jamie Snider, Jon Firman, Patrick Michael Strange, Joanne Wurm, Jacob Southwick, Alvin Gray, Caleb J. Jackson, Bernard Lesane, Sharin Nelson, Darlene Shell, Brandy Roudabough, Eugene Shell
written by Marshall Ever, Jon Firman, Chad Pettit, music by Marshall Ever, Mark Roth, Jon Firman
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Something's going on in Black Water Creek, a redneck town in the middle
of nowhere, USA, someone (or something) is on a killing spree and cuts the
faces off his victims. The police blames bears for this, being neither
terribly interested nor well-equipped to conduct serious investigations.
The population though blames Sasquatch, and one local (Mark Shell) claims
he has even captured Sasquatch, but he escaped ...
Rick Shaw (Nelson
Irizarry) was one of the best undercover cops there was, but then he saw
his partner (Alvin Gray) shot dead before his very eyes and in a rage, he
emptied his gun at the assailant. Sure, it was self defense ... but only
the first few shots. Since then he had been suspended from duty, and had
become an alcoholic, just to forget ... and then he gets a call from the
commissioner who wants him back on the job - to conduct some
investigations in Black Water Creek.
As a matter of fact, policewoman
Lisa Willis (Telena Jackson) has demanded Rick personally, because she
knows, his problems notwitchstanding Rick is a very good cop, and if
anyone can solve the "Sasquatch murders", he can. Soon enough,
the two of them find a trail leading to a new designer drug, nova, large
quantities of which are stocked at a seemingly abandoned warehouse in the
general area of the murders. And they find out nova was found with all of
the victims, just nobody has made the connection yet. Nova is also the
drug in the center of the sting operation Rick's partner got killed in. So
is there a Sasquatch in Black Water Creek, or are the recent murders of a
much more human origin, but just as atrocious?
on a tight budget, Black Water Creek: Legend of Sasquatch
nevertheless tries and succeeds to give its subject matter a stylish
approach, and manages to tell a multi-faceted story nevertheless. Sure,
for most of the movie everything that's happening does not make all that
much sense, but that only makes it a darn interesting mystery, and the
finale is quite breath-taking indeed.
A really interesting one!