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Willow Creek

USA 2013
produced by
Aimee Pierson
directed by Bobcat Goldthwait
starring Alexie Gilmore, Bryce Johnson
written by Bobcat Goldthwait

Bigfoot

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jim (Bryce Johnson) is a documentary filmmaker who has set out to track down Bigfoot, starting at the location where a sighting of the creature was first documented. He's accompanied by his girlfriend Kelly (Alexie Gilmore), who doesn't believe in Bigfoot but believes in him enough to go on this trip with him. Curiously enough, in the town next to the sighting site, nobody actually believes in Bigfoot either, even if there is Bigfoot paraphernalia everywhere, there are Bigfoot paintings on the walls, some quite bizarre, there's a Bigfoot statue, a Bigfoot museum, a Bigfoot bookstore - and whatnot. But everyone warns them to go "up there", to the actual site, because there are all kinds of threats out there, from poachers and marihuana farmers to bears and mountain lions. Plus, one ought to come properly prepared ...

Of course, Jim and Kelly go to the site anyways, but naturally they have underestimated pretty much everything, they get lost, their tent is thrashed by something while they're out, and their first night in the (still habitable) tent is accompanied by weird noises that might or might not be Bigfoot but that scare the shit out of them. Next day, they decide to leave in a hurry, but lose their way even more ... and suddenly they realise they're running away from ... well, something.

It all ends with a very large topless woman (?), our heroes being knocked out, and screams of pain ...

 

Willow Creek starts out rather amusingly with an ironic look at the (in lack of a better word) Bigfoot subculture and a town being based on the Bigfoot legend nobody there even believes in. And it does succeed in introducing two likeable leads as well - and everything's enjoyably light in tone, promising this film to be something more than another Blair Witch Project knock-off - but once our heroes are in the woods, the film seems to run out of ideas, as these scenes seem to be low-rent carbon copies of the earlier film, with the irony that made the first half of the movie so enjoyable disappointingly absent now, and a prolonged scene of our leads sitting in the tent listening to the noises of the night in just one single shot just adds too little suspense to the whole thing to make the finale really tight. And the ending ... well, it just makes no sense at all.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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