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Willow Creek
Thriller, Mystery, Horror
IMDB rating:
Bobcat Goldthwait
Nita Rowley as Herself
Timmy Red as Ukulele Singer
Laura Montagna as Missing Woman
Bucky Sinister as Angry Man at Road
Steven Streufert as Himself
Peter Jason as Ranger Troy Andrews
Tom Yamarone as Himself
Storyline: 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...
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The Blair Bigfoot Project
I have read a lot of the reader reviews of this movie and there seems to be a lot of venom and hatred for it, which I'm not quite sure that I understand. I am, in no way, going to tell you that this is one of the greatest movies I have ever seen. It's far from it, in fact, but I would also submit that it's not nearly as horrible as some of these one star reviews would have you believe.

Let's get one thing out of the way right off the bat. It's filmed "found footage" style with all of the usual trappings of that style of film making. You have shaky camera-work and a lot of improvised dialog and acting. I am not sure I understand, at all, the people who state right off the bat that they hate found footage, but they watched it anyways. If I hated comedies why would I watch one and bash it for being a comedy? I would agree that the style is overused in the horror genre recently, but it's for the same reason that reality television is overused on cable television. It's cheap and easier and it's not going away any time soon, so judge it on its' own merits rather than hating it just for being found footage.

This is DEFINITELY a slow film. Many will call it a "slow burner", though I'm kind of on the fence about that term. There are movies out there that do an excellent job of slowly creating tension through the movie so that it builds to a crescendo that is memorable. A recent example of a horror film that I feel does this well is HOUSE OF THE DEVIL. Oftentimes the term is used to describe a movie in which literally nothing happens until the final few minutes. It doesn't always mean that the director did an effective job of building that tension.

I would agree with the camp that is stating that not enough happens in the beginning of this movie. I'm all for building tension slowly, but there are still generally some key points in which the plot starts amping up so that we get that mounting sense of dread. Here too little happens early on. On the other hand, once the of- mentioned "tent scene" begins, there is a palpable sense of horror in this movie. A few times I literally got a chill. Mind you, I'm a horror junkie. I watch probably 3 or 4 horror movies a week, so for something to actually give me that chill is very rare. I think, for me personally, it has to do with a combination of the director doing a fairly effective job in the final scenes, mixed with my own childhood fear of monsters like Bigfoot that I was remembering as I watched this.

The ending of the movie comes swiftly and abruptly, which seems to be a major complaint, but movies from THE LAST EXORCISM to the BLAIR WITCH really have just as quick an ending if we're being fair with criticism. The ending is a little WTF, but a little research into Bigfoot lore, combined with the knowledge that this is directed by a comedian, not a horror director, sort of puts the ending into perspective.

My major knock would be the lack of creativity. I want, so much, to have a quality, scary Bigfoot movie. It's so fertile a territory for a great film, yet no one has yet made one that impressed me. Instead, this owes far too much debt to BLAIR WITCH. Again, I've seen more horror movies that most of you have heard of and I am not a reviewer who compares every found footage movie to BLAIR WITCH or REC just because they're the only ones I've seen, but there are many similarities and key points which match up here. The knocking on the trees is reminiscent of one of the scarier scenes in BLAIR, the main male character is basically Heather, blindly walking further and further into disaster in an effort to get the scenes he desires. As I mentioned before, the ending is very similar to me. Even in the setup of the shot -- the quick pan past something that doesn't quite make sense, the refusal to give the audience an actual shot of the monster, the reliance on sound rather than image to portray what is happening in those final, quick moments, then fade to black. It's all just too close to what many would consider to be the landmark in found footage horror.

To repeat my opening, there are many problems with this movie and I'm not telling you to rush out and see it, or that I would watch it again, but I am willing to say that those bashing it as absolute garbage have clearly not seen as much absolute garbage as I have because there are far, far worse movies out there than this.
The Willow-Bluff Creek Project
***SPOILERS*** Very similar to the movie "The Blair Witch Project" the movie "Willow Creek" has one important fact that "Blair Which" doesn't: It's based on a true story. It was back on October 20, 1967 that the first real, that's a matter of opinion, footage of the elusive Big-Foot was taken in Bluff Creek in Northern California that hasn't been disproved as a fake for almost 50 years. That's the film of a 7 foot tall lady Big-Foot being filmed taking a leisurely walk trough the creek's cleared wooded or area as if she's coming from doing her daily chores.

It's now 2013 and Jim & Kelly are out in the town of Willow Creek, home of the Big-Foot Hamburger, out looking to prove on video tape that Big_Foot actually exists. At first the local population of Willow Creek, the Big-Ffoot capitol of the world, act as if they don't take the existence of Big-Foot seriously. That's until Jim & Kelly get to the outskirts of "Bluff Creek" where their confronted by this wild man, Bucky Sinister, who after telling them not to go any farther almost attacks them when they don't turn around and go back where they came from. As they soon learn they should have listen to what he told them as well as have a compass on hand. Because what they were to find in those woods would in the end drive them insane if not to their deaths!

***SPOILERS*** The entire film was recorded by a hand held camcorder "Blair Witch Project" style where most of the action is left to the audiences imagination. It's at the very end that we do get to see a glimpse of what looked like a lady Big-Foot that freaked the two, if they weren't already, completely out, hikers out. Lost in the woods for two days and going around in circles both Jim & Kelly were already on their way to the funny farm but when the Big-Foot started to turn the screws on the two frighten with fear hikers the shock drove them insane or into Big-Foot's hands! Where they , with the exception of the video footage that they left in the woods, were never seen or heard from again.
that's not a bear
To many negative reviews for this title. The first rule for seeing a scary movie is to be alone at night without any light sources and to wear headphones to really enjoy it (scary movie watching 101).

So it's 1 a.m and i'm beep scared and i'm beep myself watching this movie. First off i didn't like paranormal activity 1 (i liked only the 3rd) and i beep love ff movies.

This movie is effective in creating atmosphere and you don't need to wait too long for the beep to hit the fan. This is the little brother of Blair Whitch Project, if you like that you will enjoy this movie but don't forget the first rule!!!
Blair Witch meets Bigfoot.
I'm not going to lie, I was pretty terrified by the movie. That's the main reason I've given it 7 stars out of 10. The plot is basic but plausible, the acting is very good for most of the film and importantly the back and forth between the two leads is totally believable which really helps draw you into their world and suspend your disbelief enough so that you really do begin to feel involved in proceedings. Exactly what a good found footage film should do, in other words.

So far so good, right?

Well now for the bad part. This film is just the Blair Witch Project with Bigfoot. It really is. It's the same film, practically identical premise (just substitute Blair Witch for Bigfoot), same exact scares, even some of the dialogue is the same or as close as as to make no difference. Scary or not, the level of repetition is quite unforgivable, I'm surprised somebody hasn't sued. Watching the later stages of the film I was equal parts crapping myself and increasingly infuriated as it began to dawn on me quite how closely this movie paralleled the (superior) Blair Witch Project.

The final verdict:

Ultimately despite everything, I'm really glad I watched this film. It left me feeling pretty strung out, so in that respect I have to say it was a really successful horror movie. It's just a shame it relied so heavily on somebody else's original genius and had so few ideas of its own.
Could have been better, could have been worse
I've never made any secret of the fact that I'm a big fan of the "found-footage" genre. I really enjoy almost every film that is made this way. It just makes sense as a story-telling style to me. For the most part though it seems to me that people are sick of the concept and no longer have any time for it. 'Willow Creek' was made back in 2013 when the genre was basically in its dying stages (films are still made in this style, but less and less frequently). So did 'Willow Creek' breed fresh life into the concept, or was it simply another nail in the coffin? The answer lies somewhere in the middle.

The film is very simple in its premise. Basically a documentary is being made about Bigfoot by a young couple and they head to a small town, do some interviews with the locals, and then head into the forest to see if they can find Bigfoot for themselves. Sounds simple? It is. Probably too simple. I understand films like 'The Blair Witch Project' pulled it off with basically exactly that formula, but the problem is that was 20 years ago which implies the genre has gone absolutely nowhere in that time. That's simply not true.

The film isn't bad though I wouldn't say. There's a quite incredible 18 minute long one-take scene (according to the IMDb trivia section at least) that is surprisingly well done. The main couple have enough chemistry and charisma to carry things and there is enough creepiness in the atmosphere to keep it interesting. This is a middle of the road horror film.
While no great fan of "found footage" movies, this one is positively different. Not everyone will have enough patience to wait before things get ugly
I saw this film at the Imagine (SF/horror/fantasy) film festival Amsterdam 2014. I must confess upfront that I'm no special fan of "found footage" movies, and this one is definitely advertised as such. The controversial comments piqued my interest, so I booked tickets anyway. I did not regret my decision after all. Yet, this movie is not suitable for people expecting a through and through Horror, and should consider themselves warned by the co-label Documentary. You'll have to wait before things get ugly.

The sympathetic lead characters take their time to introduce themselves and their quest, as a positive side effect of interviewing several people they meet underway. Most of them don't believe in Bigfoot's. Nevertheless there are many restaurants, shops and museums that we see named after Bigfoot. One restaurant even serves a BigFoot Burger, but no one tells us where the ingredients are coming from. Several sparks of humor liven up these introductory scenes, which take a considerable part of the running time before they finally arrive in the woods. Apart from one hostile encounter nothing scary happens, at least not until they get deeper and deeper in the woods.

They have to leave their car behind on their way to a suitable spot to build up their camp. Gradually things become uglier and uglier when the night falls. Piece de resistance is an interesting 20 minutes long take with the camera standing still in front of their tent, while we hear (together with our two main characters) an assortment of noises coming nearer and nearer. It remains unclear who or what causes these noises. Ultimately even their tent is touched several times by someone/thing unseen. All things considered, these 20 minutes seem overly long in hindsight, but it did not feel that way during the screening.

They survive the night and decide to return home, mission unaccomplished, but then get lost in the woods. They even observe that they ran in a circle when re-seeing a specific tree they saw three hours before. A depressing observation, to say the least. We see them again in the dark, apparently having wandered through the woods and failed to find the location of their car. In the end, the camera lies on the bottom, still recording, while we hear frightening noises and screams, apparently fatal for our two main characters. We are invited to assume that they never reached home, hence the "found footage". Mind the quotes... because of several instances we saw both running at the same time, so who is holding the camera during those runaway scenes?? This cannot be construed as a spoiler, because this happens with several other "found footage" movies I've seen, so we may safely take this label with sufficient pinches of salt.

All in all, I understand the mixed reviews I've read before and after the screening. The slow start and the interviews they conducted underway with locals and tourists, take a lot of time while nothing out of the ordinary happens. However, those expecting a through and through Horror movie, were sufficiently warned with the co-label Documentary. This film received a lowly 34th place (out of 43) for the audience award with average score 6.66.
this movie could have been so much better. Along the same lines of the blair witch project which made me excited at first.

started to get scary in the middle... but that was all.. on their first night they hear noises in the middle of the night then they get up and leave the next morning it was kinda like where the blair witch movie was after the first night of hearing noises and then ended after that I wanted to know more about the weird half naked woman at the end and what the eff she had to do with the movie.

was such an anticlimax..... got me all excited and then the movie just ended =( if it just had another 40 minutes of more weirdness and scary things, it would have been soooo much better just made me really disappointed at the end
Absolute Drivel!!
No two ways about it, this is an awful film. It has no saving graces whatsoever and, if I could've scored it "zero" I would have done so. From the opening scenes, it's difficult to escape the feeling that the film is going absolutely nowhere, and is going to be one massive letdown. There's no surprise then that it turns out exactly that way. The acting, if you can call it that, is basic in the extreme and there's a scene in the film where the two leads are sitting, supposedly petrified, in a tent in the middle of the forest, which is probably the most boring and inane scene ever committed to film. In fact, it's noticeable during the prolonged scene that the male lead is obviously finding it difficult to stop himself from bursting out in laughter. Do yourself a favour and avoid this dross like the plague!
It will suck out your will to live
Spoiler Alert if you can call it that !!

I saw it was coming up on the idiot box so hit the record on the DVR. I hoped it was one of those movies that drags on forever then gets really good near the end,but this wasn't the case.Unless sheer boredom is your thing,let me boil this waste of screen down for you.

Boyfriend and girlfriend drive to where the fake Bigfoot footage was shot.Stop and eat at burger joint, then drive into sticks to be confronted by some redneck looking yutz that won't let them drive down dirt road to spot.Boyfriend knows other road that goes partway there.Park and walk,Set up camp.Boyfriend goes swimming.Come back to tore up camp.Look around and get scared by a raccoon Wake up that night to noises and a whap on the tent. .Huddle scared til dawn. Try to walk out and get lost.Huddle scared in woods.Walk more and huddle scared in what looks like cave.Try to head out at night like they wouldn't get lost even more than when they tried in the daytime. More noises and flash of fat half naked woman.Attacked and beat the crap out of by what I assume is a Bigfoot since you never see the creature the entire movie.Boyfriend dragged away short distance and you hear his girlfriend yelling for help.End of movie.

The description above is 10 times more exciting and entertaining than staring at this drivel for the better part of two hours. Go watch your dog scratch or soap bubbles pop while soaking dishes in the sink for a much better time.
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