Jim Kessel and Kelly Monteleone are a likeable young couple on an expedition in the vast woods of Northern California. Jim is a man with a mission. He wants to prove once and for all that Bigfoot exists. Aspiring actress Kelly is just happy to accompany her boyfriend. When they arrive in Willow Creek, the port of entry to Bigfoot country, they have to make their way through an overdose of Sasquatch kitsch, from enormous murals to Bigfoot burgers. The locals do not trust these outsiders who’re here for something else than filling their pockets with souvenirs. As Jim and Kelly enter the forest, their enthusiasm soon makes way for uneasiness. Night falls. An impenetrable darkness surrounds them, accompanied by all kinds of strange noises. They’re starting to ask themselves if this was really a good idea, but it’s too late to turn back now. One of the many complaints about found footage movies is that you usually don’t care one bit about all those screaming protagonists who get killed out of frame by something of which you’re never sure what it’s supposed to be. That a mistake that Bobcat Goldthwait carefully avoids in Willow Creek. The versatile actor with the 1001 voices, who became famous as Zed in Police Academy, gives us a truly unique mix of humor and horror in this ultimate Bigfoot movie. The leads are played by Alexie Gilmore and Bryce Johnson, who also starred in his controversial long feature debut God Bless America.

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