A Bigfoot Among Men

Beast: A Monster Among Men

Beast: A Monster Among Men (2013) is a thriller horror drama filmed in Six Rivers National Forest. In other words, Willow Creek. In some other words, home of Bigfoot. I don’t know why Bigfoot wants to live there; Too many douche bag idiots with video cameras trying to capture footage of the King of the Forest. Heck, the poor guy can’t even take an upstream dump without some YouTuber™ filming it and posting this clearly private moment online.

Beast: A Monster Among Men is slightly different in that you don’t get to see the monster until the very last frame. Even then he’s busy pounding a body into spatchcock cut of raw meat and is out of focus. Ironically, the whole movie you’re thinking it’s a werewolf doing the do. I wish it was; I’m very tired of Bigfoot being portrayed as a serial murderer.

Beast: A Monster Among Men

To save you the pain of watching the movie, here’s the plot: “Five friends head out for a week getaway to a secluded cabin just outside of the Six Rivers National Forest. When an argument forces the group apart things begin to deteriorate quickly. One by one the campers turn up dead and things are clearly not what they seem. As day breaks only two men remain. Yet ,what if neither man is responsible for the night’s carnage, but instead the BEAST who calls Six Rivers home?”

Beast: A Monster Among Men

There is a slight twist at this moment, which is the movie title’s hint. Kinda weak, but something you’ve seen before. Send me $5 and I’ll tell you rather than waste the money renting this tedious flick full of arguing dudes, one of whom can’t shut up to save his life. Bigfoot fixes that for us all.

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