The Bigfoot Project

Synopsis: A bush-league group of amateur filmmakers spend two weeks in the backwoods of Georgia searching for the mysterious Bigfoot.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Ricardo Herrera
Production: Fallen Films
 
IMDB:
4.6
TV-MA
Year:
2017
90 min
15 Views


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Well, every so often

we come across

one of these kinds of stories.

This peach of a piece comes

to us from down south

where a Georgia man

claims to have seen

Bigfoot.

Yes, that's right, Bigfoot.

Michael Joneses

of Calamityville,

says that the legendary creature

walked right by him

while at a local creek.

Joneses tells WRXH

that he and a friend

were walking through the woods

when it happened.

I was there.

I was right there, you know?

And he was right there.

And he looked me

right in the eye.

I look at my friend, and he just

shrugged like nothing happened.

You said it was dark, correct?

Oh, yes, ma'am.

Maybe too dark to really

make out what you were seeing?

Oh, no, no matter.

Day, night, light, or dark,

big is always gonna be big.

That's right, "big is always

going to be big."

Apparently they tried to

interview the other eyewitness,

but he declined to comment.

Well, there you have it, folks,

even Bigfoot

likes Southern hospitality.

No, we talked about this.

It's "project Bigfoot."

Oh, my gosh, that sounds lame.

It should be

you know, make it sound

scary, dude.

Moose, we said "project

Bigfoot" in the movie.

And you saw it.

It's not scary.

We're going with

Okay, you tell me

what sounds better,

or

Moose, you're just doing

a better voice

- for the one that you want.

- No, I wasn't.

When's the last time

you heard the title

being said as it came up

on the screen?

Never, why are you doing this?

Okay, I'm telling you, Steve,

it's the way the business

Stop! It's...

And that's the end

of the conversation, okay?

Fine, you're the boss,

you get what you want.

- Thank you.

- Yep.

- I respect you.

- I appreciate that.

- Are we rolling?

- Yeah, man, go.

The yeti.

Sasquatch.

Skunk ape.

The Yowie.

"Harry and the Hendersons."

This supposed beast

dons many names

from different regions

all around the globe,

but we have all come

to know him as Bigfoot.

The million dollar question is,

does he exist?

Stay tuned as we interview

several people

who claim, yes, he does!

Is that going to be

the beginning?

Yeah! Yeah, I mean, might jazz

it up a little, I don't know,

what do you think?

Yeah, it's good.

Yeah, it's good.

- No, that was kinda weak, dude.

- What, really?

I mean, maybe it needs

more of a hook.

You know, like a twist?

I can't put a twist in it.

It's a documentary.

It's not made up, only the...

Oh, this is it.

Okay, guys, this is a very good

friend of mine,

who has a lot of experience

with a camera.

A true professional.

So I'm begging the both of you,

especially you,

- Unwarranted.

- Be on your best behavior, okay?

Always on

my best behavior, Steve.

- Always?

- Always.

Especially this time.

This yeti guy better not

be a douchebag

- because I think I can only take...

- What?

- Five days of douche.

- Moose.

That's exactly

what I'm talking about.

- Holy hotcakes!

- Don't say hotcakes.

Best behavior. Best.

Oh, my! Is that?

- Dude, do you know who

that is, man? -No.

That's Jamie Kerrigan.

Oh, man, she was on

my flag football team.

She is so hot and fast.

Yeah, she's hot, but she

better not get in my way.

What do you mean,

"get in your way"?

You know what I'm talking about.

Oh, yeah.

Wait, no, I don't.

Do you even know

how to use that thing?

Oh, yeah, kinda.

Hi.

I'm Jamie.

Okay.

Gummy bear?

Oh, no, thanks.

And we are off!

- Have you been rolling

this whole time? -Yeah.

I told you you, don't need...

Fancy schmancy hotel

accommodations.

There's Jamie,

with her awesome diary.

Moose, big old pocket knife.

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