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Old 19th November 2008, 12:36 PM
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This Italian effort I saw on precert was quite funny:-
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076937/
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That sounds interesting, mark meakin. I never seem to watch much telly nowadays, I'm too busy with DVDs instead so I'll probably wait for the DVD.

Come on then Scotland (TALL DUDE to everyone else) give us a list of your favourite and least favourite Bigfoot films. I know you like your Yetis.
Ok dude,off the top of me head we have...

Night of the demon...dick rippin fun.
Abominable....great recent entry in the genre.
Snowbeast...tacky but fun tv movie.Made an impression on me as a kid.
Shriek of the mutilated....so bad its good.
sasquatch hunters...average,even though it has lance henriken in the cast.
Clawed....another average recent release.
Legend of bigfoot...ok.
capture of bigfoot....average.A bit slow going for me.
Search for the beast...ha-ha-ha! Contains one of the funniest bigfoot rape scenes ever(possibly the only one.) Awful,but fun.
Suburban sasquatch....has to be seen to be believed! If u thought search was bad cloud,wait till you see this beaut. Another from the infamous decrepit crypt 50 movie pack.
The abominable snowman...one of hammers lesser efforts.Ok,but its been years since i last watched this.
Legend of boggy creek...good. a little slow.
Boggy creek 2...painfully slow.
Creature from black lake...good,although the r2 dvd release is awful.
Rana...bill rebane has a go at the bigfoot legend...not bad,unitentionally funny in places.
Snow creature...aint seen this one.
Terror in the swamp...had a vhs of this back in the early 90's.Mediocre at best.
Sasquatch...aint seen this one.
Werewolf and the yeti...enjoyable nonsense from paul naschy.
Harry and the hendersons...

Probably more i've forgotten about.
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Old 19th November 2008, 03:17 PM
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I've been after Yeti: Giant Of The 20th Century for ages. Fancy selling me your Pre-Cert?

Great stuff TD! I think we agree on nearly everything there but would you class Rana: The Legend Of Shadow Lake as a Bigfoot entry? I always thought it was a giant frog . I thought the last 20 minutes of it were good but the first hour was agonisingly slow.

Oh another Bigfoot shagfest is an obscure film called GEEK. I have a bit of it on my GODMONSTER OF INDIAN FLATS disc but to get it in its entirety you have to buy the Something Weird DVD-R. Someone Weird recommended that one a while back.
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I've been after Yeti: Giant Of The 20th Century for ages. Fancy selling me your Pre-Cert?

Great stuff TD! I think we agree on nearly everything there but would you class Rana: The Legend Of Shadow Lake as a Bigfoot entry? I always thought it was a giant frog . I thought the last 20 minutes of it were good but the first hour was agonisingly slow.

Oh another Bigfoot shagfest is an obscure film called GEEK. I have a bit of it on my GODMONSTER OF INDIAN FLATS disc but to get it in its entirety you have to buy the Something Weird DVD-R. Someone Weird recommended that one a while back.
**** me ragged,your right enough it is a frog monster. That alcohol is killing the brain cells quicker than i thought.
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I dont know any more to add to the films already mentioned, I just wanted to say im a believer.
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Old 20th November 2008, 08:06 AM
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Can you guys remember Bigfoot in the Six Million Dollar Man too ?:-
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073677/
The episodes have stayed with me since watching them as a kid.They were in Season 3.

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Old 20th November 2008, 08:20 AM
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I've been after Yeti: Giant Of The 20th Century for ages. Fancy selling me your Pre-Cert?
I don't have any precerts now Cloud but I'll keep an eye out for it if it's cheap.SAdly the decent Bigfoot episodes of THe Six Million Dollar Man are unavailable on dvd.
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Bigfoot movies?NIGHT OF THE DEMON.....
another which scared the shit out of me when I was a pup,was The Legend of Boggy Creek,when aired on the BBC in the seventies.....
I remember that as well mate

Scared the piss out of me!!!
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Old 23rd November 2008, 01:48 PM
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Watched about 5 minutes of that Yeti film on Sci-Fi.They showed the beast in those first few minutes which was silly and it was a man in a suit with a lousy prosthetic face job.The CGI during a plane crash was abysmal too.
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Old 23rd November 2008, 01:50 PM
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The atmospheric Boggy Creek scared me as youngster when it menaces the family in the isolated house.It's available stateside on several dvd versions of varying quality.
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