The world’s longest advert for the world’s worst Halloween costume! Basically what it says on the tin. There’s a Bigfoot out there in them woods a-causin’ a bunch of trouble in the middle of bum-fuck nowhere.
Somebody please tell me this is a joke. We’ve all seen movies like these. Movies that make you think: Why the fuck did they even bother? Usually this reaction is reserved for Hollywood remakes. But every once in a while it can be applied to movies like this, because as soon as you catch a glimpse of the beast, you’ll be wondering which children’s arts and crafts classroom its face was stolen from. I’m not kidding. The only thing that’s a bigger piece of shit than this movie is the fucking terrible Bigfoot costume.
Horrifyingly it doesn’t stop there. Just about everything that you could do wrong on a film production is done wrong here. Despite the inclusion of Zach Galligan, who I haven’t clapped eyes on since Hatchet III (2013), there isn’t a spec of detectible talent from the cast or the crew.
On the flipside, if this atrocity happens to find you in a more forgiving frame of mind, American Bigfoot can be quite a rootin’, tootin’ hoot to watch because of how laughably bad it is. From the fuck-tard acting, to the piss-poor camerawork, it’s an utter shambles. So completely shite that the only way to survive the full duration is to surrender and laugh your ass off.
While this movie is certainly bad, it’s a shame that it isn’t bad enough to be as legendary as the myth itself. It does come pretty close though.