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During a hot summer in 1990, a young man, Ray, moves into his aunt's Venice Beach home to find his direction in life. While there, he is befriended by some local criminals, a group of five brothers that soon become his surrogate family.
C. Thomas Howell,
A father, his son and two old friends arrive at an isolated family cabin for a weekend of hunting. A trip deep into the forest looking for wild game uncovers a tribe of Sasquatch that are determined to protect their land.
Bill Oberst Jr.,
A drifter returns to his Florida hometown only to discover that his father, the local mayor, was the victim of a mysterious murder during his absence. Vowing to find the killer and avenge his fathers death, he starts his own investigation.
'Bad boy' actor Huckle Saxton lets fame get to his head and turns into a ferocious beast, ripping Hollywood to shreds. Will he sink his teeth into the role of a lifetime or succumb to the dangers of the Hollywood lifestyle?
Chris W. Freeman,
C. Thomas Howell,
Bad edits and bad actors get in the way of good edits and great actors.
Some of the worst film edits I have ever seen in my life. Scenes go from day to night in a time-span of on screen minutes. Obviously no re-shoots so they hacked it together in post. Some genuinely good actors surrounded by horrible ones, looks like they had to troll the blooper reel for some connecting scenes, you have actors laughing in scenes where they are about to be killed and the editor thought a one second cut would work and maybe no one would notice. Inane explitive dialogue. Gratuitous female nudity and sex couldn't save this steaming pile of excrement.
The sound is absolutely wretched. The horribly timed studio voice-overs are all savagely interrupted by the environmental on-set hiss of the live sound of the scene in progress. No post dialog dubbing in this film. They didn't hire a foley editor either. At one point a fairly realistic looking rock wall prop is touched by the actor and you hear the squeak of styrofoam. Like I said before, raw sound in every scene. My grandmother could do better sound editing than this and she's dead. It's impossible to hear what one of the more well known actors on the poster is saying half the time because his dialog is delivered in a hoarse whisper for some reason.
At times they have sped up the footage when characters are running and it looks like a Benny Hill skit. In many action scenes with back and forth cuts with head snaps they forgo continuity and completely mess up what side an actor was on or what direction they were pointing a gun or where a particular Bigfoot was at one time.
Also, that was the worst Bigfoot footprint I have ever seen in a movie. The director appears to have made it with his fingers in under five minutes.
Every once in awhile you get a great angle and cut, but the majority of the other bad content kills this flick. They have sub plot characters that have no bearing on the film whatsoever dropped into the mix just to be killed I guess.
You should watch this film to see if it ends up on your worst flick of all time list winner...
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