Posted by: Monster Island News on April 30th, 2010
Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: James Baack / Avery Guerra
Okay, I don’t want all of you Cryptozoology fans getting all worked up thinking that I have managed to get my hands on some photos that actually show Bigfoot attacking some guy. I’m sorry to report that these pics are from a movie, though if there were some shots like that, fake or otherwise, I would be the guy who would post them.
The film that these rather blurry photos are from (aren’t all Bigfoot photos blurry?) is James Baack’s over-the-top horror film, “The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot.”
If you have been reading Monster Island News (and now Cryptomundo) for any reasonable period of time than you probably know all about this one. If not, well, let me just say that this one is a real mind-bender with tons of pretty young girls, gore, violence,….um hot young girls with guns, more gore, more violence, clowns, occult rituals, and…….um…..Bigfoot.
Confused? Don’t worry, we all are, but Baack is promising a Bigfoot horror movie like no other, and from everything I’ve seen so far, that’s exactly what we are going to get.
I hadn’t heard from Baack for a bit, so I was a bit concerned that those crazed Sasquatch groupies from Illinois had rubbed him out.
That’s a whole another story folks……follow the links at the bottom of this article if ya want to find out more.
Anyway the film maker just clued me in to the fact that his little film will be making it’s debut this summer at the “Flashback Weekend” Horror Convention in Chicago.
Baack also provided the batch of photos below, proof positive that indeed Bigfoot has gone on a bloody cinematic rage:
Monster Island News
Founder of the popular monster and sci-fi blogs Monster Island News and Godzilla 3D News and Information. Ken Hulsey began his writing career in 2000 when he founded kensforce.com a popular site with fans of Japanese sci fi/monster movies (Godzilla, Gamera and the like) and other B movies. In 2008, he closed down his original site and created the blog "Monster Island News" a showcase for classic horror/monster films and independent/alternative cinema.