Willow Creek

Synopsis: Jim and his girlfriend Kelly are visiting the infamous Willow Creek, the alleged home of the original Bigfoot legend - the tale of huge ape like creatures that roam the forests of North America. It was there that in 1967, the legendary beast was captured on film and has terrified and mystified generations since. 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. 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...
Director(s): Bobcat Goldthwait
Production: MPI Media Group
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.1
Metacritic:
62
Rotten Tomatoes:
86%
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
80 min
41 Views

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Ow.

Are you OK?

Here, hold this.

Honey, I'm, I'm driving.

Just hold it.

Hey, that's my jam.

All right.

Say something.

This is not safe.

That's good. Keep talking.

I'm not... what do

you want me to say?

Just keep talking.

I got to adjust these levels.

One, check one.

Ah, brr...

Ma made me mash my M & M's.

That's good. Keep going.

Uh, this is... check one.

My boyfriend is a big idiot.

Check one.

Yeah, yeah, yeah. More.

And, here we go again.

That's it.

And, I don't feel safe driving around

this mountain like this, babe.

No, that's great. Keep going.

Uh, it's the cradle of life,

the center of civilization.

Men have fought for

it, even died for it.

What is that?

One might say it's the most

powerful thing on earth,

so come on, ladies,

show it a little love.

Cleansing Washing Cloths

from Summer's Eve.

Hail to the V.

That's great.

What, what is that from?

It's a douche commercial

I didn't get.

You didn't get that?

Yup.

Oh, man.

I'm surprised. That was really good.

Thanks, babe.

You would, you could have

been the next douchiest

spokesperson in the world.

- You're really funny, you know that?

- Thank you.

You think my vagina is dirty?

Is that what you're saying?

Uh, yeah. Yeah, it's a dirty V.

- Really?

- You have a dirty V.

Have I ever told you how dirty

your penis is, your cock?

Uh, thank you. No, baby,

you have a porcelain V.

Your V is spotless.

That's more like it.

Yup, you're welcome.

Action.

Are you going to,

are you going to say, "Action"?

Don't do, don't do that.

That's going to mess me up.

OK.

It doesn't make any

sense at all, but...

Hi. I'm Jim Kessel.

I'm here at the Trinity

National Forest along Route 96,

also known as, "The Bigfoot Byway."

I'm here with my girlfriend,

Kelly Monteleone,

where we plan on

re-tracing the famed

1967 Patterson-Gimlin footage

in our search for Bigfoot.

What's that face?

Just, it's your thing.

Just make it about you, you know,

no girlfriend, my name, all that.

You don't want to be in

the movie and now you're,

you're Stanley f*cking Kubrick.

That's good.

Oh. Oh, OK.

Hi. I'm Jim Kessel.

I'm here at Trinity National

Forest, along Route 96,

also known as, "The Bigfoot Byway."

I'm here at Bluff Creek,

where I plan on re-tracing the famed

1996 Patterson-Gimlin footage

in my search for Bigfoot.

OK.

- Are you a little nervous?

- Yeah.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

I can see it. I can see it.

You know what?

I just want you to take these off.

OK.

- I want you to loosen up.

- Yeah.

- And, just be yourself.

- All right.

You know. It's like, "Hey,

lets..." Just talk and...

We're here in this

beautiful place. Use it.

OK.

OK.

Hey, what's up? I'm Jim Kessel.

I'm here at the Trinity National

Forest, along Route 96,

also known as, "The Bigfoot Byway."

I'm here at Bluff Creek,

where I plan on re-tracing the famed

1967 Patterson-Gimlin footage

in my search for Bigfoot.

Won't you join me?

- Boom.

- Oh, nice.

- Yeah?

- That was good.

- That felt good.

- Yeah.

- I'll buy that.

- It was good.

- Nice.

- Good, babe.

- Thank you, babe.

- Yeah.

Did you see the

buckshot on this sign?

What's that?

Right here.

And a bullet hole.

Great. That makes me feel good.

You'll be fine.

You don't want to look stupid.

Honey, I'm afraid

of a lot of things,

but I'm not afraid to admit that

I don't believe in Bigfoot.

I know, but just...

How can you, how can you

prove there isn't one?

Babe, I, I said that I,

I will come on this trip to,

to help you with your film

and it's your birthday

and we're going to

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Bobcat Goldthwait

Robert Francis Goldthwait (born May 26, 1962), better known as Bobcat Goldthwait, is an American comedian, filmmaker, actor and voice artist, known for his acerbic black comedy, delivered through an energetic stage persona with an unusual gruff and high-pitched voice. He came to prominence with his stand-up specials An Evening with Bobcat Goldthwait – Share the Warmth and Bob Goldthwait – Is He Like That All the Time? and his acting roles, including Zed in the Police Academy franchise. Goldthwait has written and directed a number of films and television series, most notably the black comedies Shakes the Clown (1991), in which he also starred, Sleeping Dogs Lie (2006), World's Greatest Dad (2009), God Bless America (2011), and the horror film Willow Creek (2013); episodes of Chappelle's Show (2003), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2004–07), and Maron (2013–15); and several stand-up specials, including Patton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time (2014). He has also worked extensively as a voice actor, with voice roles in Capitol Critters (1992–95), Hercules (1997), and Hercules: The Animated Series (1998–99). more…

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