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On the Trail of Bigfoot

USA 2019
produced by
Seth Breedlove, Adrienne Breedlove, David Bakara (executive), Nick Groff (executive), Elizabeth Saint (executive), Morgan Hazel (executive), Theresa Tramel (executive), Michael Tramel (executive), Mark Matzke (executive), Dwight Bishop (executive) for Small Town Monsters
directed by Seth Breedlove
starring Seth Breedlove, Mark Matzke, Loren Coleman, Peter von Puttkamer, Kathy Moskowitz Strain, David Floyd, Robert Robinson, Marc Myrsell, Shane Corson, Derek Randles, Brian Brown, Daryl Colyer, Bob Strain, Stan Gordon, Don Keating, Adam Duggan, Shannon Legro, Eric Altman, Mike Miller, Mike Feltner, Barbara Galloway-Mudrak, Bigfoot played by Ken Rose
written by Seth Breedlove, music by Brandon Dalo, Bigfoot-suit designed by Collier Wilmes, illustrations by Brandon Scalf

TV miniseries, documentary
Bigfoot

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bigfoot has become something of a cultural phenomenon over the years, starting life as an urban legend like many others, it has since branched out into all sorts of disciplines, from pop culture and entertainment to cryptozoology and paranormal research - and that despite the fact that over the last couple of centuries, nobody was ever able to provide any evidence that the creature had actually ever existed, and the reports to the outward appearance of Bigfoot as well as its behaviour have varied rather drastically. So filmmaker Seth Breedlove has taken it upon himself to investigate what's behind it all, and has met up with many a Bigfoot researcher all over the USA to share their experiences, from serious scientific men to hobbyists who just want to believe, and from people really grounded in reality who just want answers to those looking to link it to the paranormal and UFOs. What Breedlove got out of it were no definite answers about Bigfoot's existence - and he's no more to believe in it now than when he started filming the documentary - but a rather loving portray of Bigfoot enthusiasts from all walks of life, most of whom being far from the conspiracy theorists one might expect but level-headed individuals who have been touched by this phenomenon one way or another and now want to know more - and you can't blame humankind for being curious ...

 

Now one thing up front, On the Trail of Bigfoot is a film that will probably convince not even one person that Bigfoot exists - and no, I myself am not a believer even if I think Bigfoot much more grounded in reality than the paranormal or UFOs -, but that was never the intention of this documentary, rather it was to explore the different approaches to the research and let the audience be part of the experience ... and as such, the series works very well, it's very level-headed in approach, doesn't fall prey to sensationalism, follows a clear structure and doesn't hammer home any wild ideas. In other words, you may not find Bigfoot in this one, but you'll probably understand the subject quite a bit better.

 

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