Posted by: Greg Newkirk on August 9th, 2014
Ah, what the heck. I’m in a good mood, so my 2011 documentary “The Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching” is back online for the weekend. If you want to watch an ex-military man hand a bunch of kids high powered weaponry, recount stories of winning karate championships in Japan, and possibly hear what some researchers say is an actual Sasquatch, give it a watch.
I made it for $50. Cut me some slack.
In the summer of 2006, two bigfoot hunters led a group of curious, young paranormal investigators into the hills of southern New York on a quest for evidence of the legendary beast.
Shot completely on consumer level equipment with a budget under $50, this documentary follows Tim Holmes of the Southern Tier Bigfoot Watch and Becky Sawyer of Searching for Bigfoot Inc. as they trek deep into Connecticut Hill, a location rife with reports of mysterious monster sightings and unexplained events.
Although initially skeptical of Tim’s wild stories and unnerved by Becky’s militant commands, things get weird after bizarre encounter in the pines, and the group is forced to reassess their beliefs regarding the existence of Bigfoot.
Often funny, sometimes creepy, but always entertaining, ‘The Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching’ is a film that asks, what means more in the end: the destination or the journey; the evidence or the legend?
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Greg is a documentary film maker, curator of the fantastic & bizarre, and professional monster chaser. By day, he's the intrepid Head Writer for Roadtrippers where he sends travelers to the strangest locations in the world, and by night he chases down the paranormal with Planet Weird, a new web series about the unexplained. He's pretty sure Bigfoot yelled at him once.