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Valley of the Sasquatch

Hunting Grounds

USA 2015
produced by
Matt Medisch, Brent Stiefel, Jeremy Berg, John Portanova, Charles Stiefel (executive) for The October People, Votiv Films
directed by John Portanova
starring Miles Joris-Peyrafitte, Jason Vail, Bill Oberst jr, David Saucedo, D'Angelo Midili, Jordan Neslund, Connor Conrad
written by John Portanova, music by Jon Bash, songs by Young Buffalo, special makeup and creature effects by Doug Hudson/Klone

Sasquatch, Bigfoot

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Oh great, Michael's (Miles Joris-Peyrafitte) mom has just died, and now his broke and alcoholic dad Roger (Jason Vail) moves to a cabin in the woods with him, and pretty much forces him to have a job instead of an education. Now Roger, it has to be stressed, isn't a bad guy or anything, he just lacks vision, which is why his life hasn't taken him anywhere, ever, and he doesn't even see that he's doing the exact same thing to his son.

Uncle Will's (D'Angelo Midili) is coming by the first night in their new home though, who has always been supportive of Michael ... but so is Roger's best friend Sergio (David Saucedo), a premature bully who thinks a man is worth only as much or little as the gun he shoots stuff with ... and before Michael knows it, and despite his reservations, the four of them are on a hunting trip ... when Sergio of all people gets scared shitless by something, maybe a Sasquatch. Of course, nobody believes him and everybody sees that as a good opportunity to make fun of Sergio ... until one of the group is dragged off by a Sasquatch, and the others make it back to the cabin only just - and a stand-off between them ends in tears and blood. Enter a guy (Bill Oberst jr) who has been kidnapped by the Sasquatch but actually escaped, which might be a great guide as to where the missing member of the group might be held if he has survived at all - but he might also have lured the Sasquatch to the cabin ...

 

Valley of the Sasquatch is a pretty awesome little monster movie: Sure, neither the gore effects nor the monster itself will amaze you terribly much (though they are totally adequate not only for a low budget feature), but it really understands to tell a story one might think one has seen a hundred times in an original way. And that said, the film begins in a very traditional way, even, it just gets more and more interesting and more and more original the further it goes towards reaching its core, ironically. And the ending sure as hell packs a punch!!!

 

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