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On the Trail of Bigfoot: The Journey

USA 2021
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Adrienne Breedlove, Seth Breedlove, Dan Cadigan (executive), Michael Tramel (executive), Theresa Tramel (executive), Sherry Ledenbach (executive), Forest Hazel (executive), Morgan Hazel (executive), Timothy Eames (executive), Loren Coleman (executive) for Small Town Monsters
directed by Seth Breedlove
starring Adam Duggan, Seth Breedlove, Aleksandar Petakov, Mark Matzke, Andy Matzke, Michael Anne, Steve Kulls, Emily Fleur, Paul Bartholomew, Jonathan Wilk, Dave McCullough, Susan Hallenbeck, Dale Hallenbeck, Bruce Hallenbeck, David Floyd, Tommy Breedlove
written by Seth Breedlove

documentary
Bigfoot, On the Trail of ..., On the Trail of Bigfoot

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Filled with a thirst of adventure and a general longing for some good outdoors time after three months of pandemic-caused lockdown, documentarian Seth Breedlove has decided to pick up a trail leading to Bigfoot touched upon in one of his earliest documentaries on the subject, Beast of Whitehall, and takes his team to the Adirondacks, a massif in North-Eastern Upstate New York, a region with miles of miles of land virtually untouched by human hand known for its dense vegetation that would provide the perfect hiding place for a creature that doesn't want to be found, and plenty of feeding ground as well. To nobody's real surprise, there have been plenty of Bigfoot sightings in the region, and at least that covered in the film seem to have a grain of truth in them ...

 

Now I don't think Seth Breedlove, who has made several documentaries on Bigfoot, has ever before in his movies said as directly that he's a Bigfoot-believer as he does in this one. But to his credit, that doesn't cloud his approach as a documentarian one bit, as he often takes a sceptic's perspective, sees to it that all his arguments follow reason, and his eye witnesses and experts (among them Steve Kulls, Paul Bartholomew and Bruce Hallenbeck) are well chosen inasmuch as they come across as very believable, their arguments are always reasonable, and none aim for sensationalism. So essentially, even for a Bigfoot doubter like myself, this is a very fascinating watch, and one of the few documentaries on the subject that really manages to make its case.

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