Sasquatch (2002) – Film


#16 of the 31 days of horror challenge.  (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)

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Harlan Knowles is a billionaire and president of Bio-Comp industries.  His daughter was in a plane crash in the Pacific Northwest while on an expedition for the company.  Knowles hires a guide and a group of experts to go on a rescue mission for his daughter as well as a prototype machine she had with her.  When they find the airplane, they discover that his daughter’s group may have encountered bigfoot.  Alleged to be based on actual events, this was actually an interesting story with Lance Hendrickson’s talent lending credibility.  It would have been a lot better had the filmmakers not over used camera effects.  The blurred, wavery shots were just distracting and annoying.  The effects used as the point of view for the creature were pointless.   The shots would have been more frightening had they been regular shots with a little tension building music.

I gave this 2 1/2 mixed drinks, so much potential destroyed by bad effects.

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