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Man vs. Bigfoot

USA 2021
produced by
David D. Ford, Cody Holloway (executive), Russell Acord (executive), Bob Gimlin (executive), Micah Lyons (executive), Theresa Mills (executive), Jan Duncan Weir (executive) for Saving Oscar Productions, GodZone Ministry
directed by David D. Ford
starring David D. Ford, Stuart Miller, Tracy Lynn Ray, Theresa Mills, Bob Gimlin, Lee Kelley, Antonio Tec, Jeff Stewart, Jan Duncan Weir, Andrew Dickson, April Barbe, Brian Sons, Matt Williams, Hayden Sons, Max Holloway, Todd Daniel, Ruth Thigpen, Neo Cannon, Richard Rogers, and as Bigfoot: Brian Sons, Jeff Stewart, John Enoch, Richard Rogers, Keith Lack, Timothy Eason, David Ford
written by David D. Ford, music by Payton Pierce, special effects supervisor: Paul Foster, creature effects supervisor: Keith Lack


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Cop Jack (David D. Ford) has been suffering from PTSD ever since he had to shoot a young criminal (Andrew Dickson) in the line of duty, which has since prevented him from going back to his job. It's only when his brother Aaron (Stuart Miller) goes missing on a hiking trip through uncharted territory that Jack springs back into action, trying to track down his brother everyone else has given up on. Thing is, among the things his brother has left behind on his campsite is a cellphone video taken right before his disappearance, suggesting he has been abducted by someone, man or beast. So Jack takes all the precautions to see that he's not caught by surprise like his brother was. The first night, Jack is visited by a Native American who tells him a fantastic tale about a Bigfoot that has been shot dead in the area, and that his kin might be up in arms for that. Of course, Jack doesn't believe any of the story, but still doesn't let his guard down ... and then suddenly he comes face to face with a Bigfoot. Thing is, Bigfoot is a pretty good and pretty cunning fighter. But thing is also that Bigfoot might be in the right since he's defending his territory and sees Jack as an intruder ...


A somewhat unusual take on the titular man vs Bigfoot confrontation, as while all the action and suspense are in all the right places, it doesn't reduce the fight to good (= man) vs evil (= creature) but from early on suggests there might be more to the fight. This is also mirrored in the direction that might go through all the action tropes but seems to have a nature-bound edge to it, which in turn fuels the film's atmosphere. And the result is a creature feature with 21st century sensibilities that might even speak to people who don't like the genre per se.


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