Bigfoot And A Werewolf Walk Into A Bar…

Werewolf Rising

Haven’t seen a good werewolf or Bigfoot movie in some time, my own vacation video footage notwithstanding. But until I release it on Blu-Ray and charge $149.99 for an autographed copy, you’ll just have to be content with Werewolf Rising, arriving in the UK on September 8, 2014 and in the States on October 14, 2014, and Bigfoot: The Curse of Blood Mountain, releasing sometime before the end of the year.

Werewolf Rising is described as a “bloody thrilling fantasy.” Sounds like my last trip to the proctologist. The ad poster looks pretty cool except “bloodlust” is one word. Somebody needs to spellcheck before going to print. A minor complaint as I misspell even the most basic of wurds. Here how the movie grinds its teeth:

Werewolf Rising

“When Emma returns to her childhood home deep in the Arkansas mountains, she finds slaughter, fear, and the foul pestilence that comes with a full moon. A bloodthirsty werewolf is tearing through the township, ripping and ravaging all who cross its path, revealing a menacing underworld that few knew existed. Suddenly Emma finds herself plunged into a fight for her life and more – a fight to the finish for her soul.”

The premise of Bigfoot: The Curse of Blood Mountain doesn’t raise my hopes. The title seems lazy. For instance, here’s how I’d recast it: The Curse of Bloodfoot. Nice ‘n clean. So here’s how this one shake the tree…

Bigfoot: The Curse of Blood Mountain

Bigfoot: The Curse of Blood Mountain is a psychological thriller follows two men on their search for proof of Bigfoot’s existence. They soon find out that the real question is not IF he exists, but why…”

The same has been said about me – mostly by my parents.

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