Bigfoot Horror Camp

Synopsis: When an unknown beast begins to harass a nudist colony out in the desert, the feds send in their lead Bigfoot expert to solve the case. Shrouded in mystery for hundreds of years, Bigfoot is believed to be the missing link between man and beast. Can his existence be proved once and for all? Old Mill Entertainment presents: Bigfoot Horror Camp.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): David Zani
Actors: TJ Cummings
50 min


(jungle sounds)

(fun jungle music begins)

(dramatic electronic music)

What was that?

That wasn't you?

No, I don't growl, asshole.

Go check it out.

It came from over there.

(playful keyboard music)

Hey, whatever

happened to women's lib?

Keep walking while

you're squawking.

Yeah, babe,

there's nothing here.

Keep looking,

Captain Chivalry.

Nothing here.


Ooh, shake that moneymaker.

Oh, you like that, huh?


Yeah, that's what

I'm talkin' about.

Yeah, we're fine.


Oh my gosh!


Keep running!


The last time I used

it, I never missed.

And I wasn't tired at all.

After all, the most important...

Look who's here!


Hi, Dana.

Oh, what a surprise!

You haven't changed a bit.

You're as handsome as ever.

And you're looking lovely.

Take your hands off that girl

or you're a dead man.

Robert, how's everything?

Great, how are you?

Better keep an eye

on your sister, buddy.

She's no little girl anymore.

Oh, stop teasing me.

I can look after myself.

Tomorrow I'm hunting big game.

What animal are you hunting?

- Sacred monkeys.

- Oh?

I never heard of them.

What are they?

It's an old native legend.

There're supposed to be some

kind of sacred wild monkey,

somewhere out there.

It stays in the forbidden

part of the jungle,

forbidden to white men.

But you will take me, Robert.

I mean, you promised

to let me come along,

as long as Dad doesn't

find out where we're going.

He made me swear never to go

near that part of the jungle.

Is that the way

you keep your word?

[Dana] I had my

fingers crossed.


Why don't you come with us?

It'll be a hell of a lot of fun.

No thanks.

Firearms make me sick.

You've changed,

like everything else,

including Dad's place.

You mean there's nobody around

who can begin

brawling like I did?

It's very serious now,

ever since you soldiers left.

Have any of the old

bunch been around here?

(funky oldies music)

[Man] That's when

you both ran off?


You say you got a

good look at our perp?

Well, I mean, Heather did.

I was, I was basically like...

I mean, sort of.

Well, Joe was too busy

shoving me out the way,

so neither of us got

a good glance at him.

I was too busy leading

the way, out of danger,

so that you were not hurt.

Yeah, I'm sure

you did, hot shot.

I'm gonna make out a report.

Here, take my card.

If you hear or see anything,

call us right away.

In the meantime, put

some damn clothes on.

Well officer, this

is a nudist colony.

That's right, detective.

Maybe you should take

off your clothes.

Not in this lifetime, sister.

The human body is

sacred and very dirty.

It's a temple for sinners,

unless of course you're married.

Whatever you say, boss.

Oh, damn it!

I left my phone

down in the woods.

(seductive guitar music)

Well, Lucia, it looks like

it's just you and me again.

I guess so.


[Narrator] He took me

to what Indians called the

Land of Petrified Wood.

There, carved in rock were

drawings of a creature

with big hands and big feet,

exactly as I had heard

Bigfoot described.

The drawings were 700 years old.

They told how creatures the

Indians called stick men

had come in the night and

stolen the Indian children.

The Indians abandoned

the village in fear.

(mysterious music)

My head was reeling

with Bigfoot.

I came to bring my

wonderful husband lunch.

How was your day?

Well, it was going good

until I got called out

to the Circle Double-D's

nudist colony.

A creature of some sort

came out of the woods

and attacked a young couple.

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