The interviews were very boring. No matter how interesting and tense they initially appear to be judging by their synopsis or uncanny poster art, you always end up scammed! I would like to also mention that I thought the actors did quite well-not only the killer, but the protagonists as well. So if the rest of the world likes your brain cells, then don't waste your time on this film. But really, the slow burn here is what really makes me like this movie. Warning though, some parts of this film do drag on.
There's even a point where the main character shuts off the camera light so you can't see anything. All you can do is listen to the open wilderness: wood knocking from a distance, leaves crunching, ominous howls, getting closer and closer. From celebrated director Bobcat Goldthwait comes this edge of your seat horror that will make you think twice before going into the woods. If you're looking for a good Bigfoot movie this is the only one that comes to mind. Stupid movie sequels are nothing new. We then attract funding from joint venture partners. Our offices are in Vancouver, Canada and Medellin, Colombia.
The climax is dumb, but that also appears to be a found-footage tradition. Jim Bryce Johnson decides he wants to retrace the steps of an old sighting. There is no tension, no scares and is monumentally boring throughout its entire run time. Jim introduces the project and we get to see all four takes. Because in my opinion this was the worst Bigfoot movie that I have ever seen. It felt like I was watching Blair Witch Project parody more than watching Bigfoot movie. I want a sequel to this, one that hopefully solves the problems this one had.
Again, this film is very much about the slow burn of tension. However, fart too often, movies seem to depict them as these brilliant psychopaths whose sole purpose in life is to get into a game of 'cat and mouse' with their equally brilliant adversary, that is, whatever detective Morgan Freedman might be playing in any given film. Deep in the dark and silent woods, isolated and hours from human contact, neither Kelly or Jim are prepared for what is hidden between the trees, and what happens when the cameras start rolling. If you read about this film and immediately though you might be interested, watch it. The plot, the use of found footage, the way the audience never really sees anything. You don't actually get to see Bigfoot, just a camera jerking around looking at the grass while someone makes idiotic gagging and gurgling sounds off camera. Just two people traveling for an hour, there is something at the end, but not worth it.
The sound effects where a joke you could totally tell they were coming from a human. Though, the film doesn't actually try to tell you it's found footage, it's just that the only point of view is the camera s used by the characters. Willow Creek is another Blair Witch Project rehash, but don't let that deter you. And as for the plot, it is crap. The main couple have enough chemistry and charisma to carry things and there is enough creepiness in the atmosphere to keep it interesting.
To do it well, your film relies heavily on acting first, then editing, then sound They all work well here. If you like it, good for you. The story revolves around Jim Johnson , and his girlfriend Kelly Gilmore , traveling to Willow Creek in Humboldt County, California to make their own Bigfoot documentary film; Jim believes in the legend and Kelly does not. Oh, and some humor, too. Bobcat owes me the time I wasted watching this piece of crap. This really worked for me.
This last aspect is particularly underlined through an eighteen-minute 18! Also, nothing we learn about the characters ends up being relevant for the plot, which is another characteristic of bad writing. Not that the first half is poor - it's just a long setup to introduce you to these characters: Jim, the believer, and Kelly, the skeptic, on their hunt for the one and only Bigfoot. This movie was made solidly enough to the point where I can definitely recommend it. This one, however, is really the worst of the worst. I watch a lot of horror films and can usually find at least some redeeming quality in even the worst of films. Willow Creek is one of those movies that although it doesn't quite scare you, it leaves you unnerved.
Jim interviews various locals, while Kelly films, and they tell all kinds of Sasquatch stories and sing songs. Jim Bryce Johnson y su novia Kelly Alexie Gilmore viajan a Willow Creek, California, para seguir los pasos de un Bigfoot. Extremely disappointing coming from Goldthwait. The concept is to let our partners fund most of the exploration expenditures in return for giving up project interest. Well, I guess that's not really fair -- this time the dingbat girl brandishes a stick! Keen to explore more than 50 years of truth, folklore, misidentifications and hoaxes, Kelly goes along for the ride to keep Jim happy, whilst he is determined to prove the story is real by capturing the beast on camera.