Something in the Woods Movie

Posted by: Lyle Blackburn on October 30th, 2014

Something in the Woods 1

There’s been a horde of bigfoot films lately, of which I’ve seen many (and reviewed in Rue Morgue magazine). Most are terrible and a few are good. Many of the terrible ones try to exploit the fame/name of The Legend of Boggy Creek or imitate it, or flat out take footage and paste it into their “movie.”  I recently got a sneak peak at 7 minutes worth of an upcoming bigfoot-themed flick called Something in the Woods. It was filmed in Texas and is based on a combination of two incidents, the “Cowman of Copalis Beach” and the “Ruby Creek Incident”. From what I could see this looks like it has potential, and of all the films actually captures a bit of the nostalgic Legend of Boggy Creek atmosphere without that even being its goal. Only time will tell, but looks promising so far.  Release is slated for sometime next year.  Here’s the movie’s facebook page if you want to follow.

Lyle Blackburn About Lyle Blackburn
Lyle Blackburn’s research and writing on the subject of legendary creatures and unexplained phenomenon has been widely recognized as some of the best in the field of cryptozoology. His previous books, including The Beast of Boggy Creek and Momo: The Strange Case of the Missouri Monster, offer a balanced view of the subjects while delivering gripping accounts of real-life mysteries. Lyle is a frequent guest on radio programs such as Coast To Coast AM, and has appeared on television shows such as Monsters and Mysteries in America, Finding Bigfoot, and Strange Evidence. Lyle has also been featured in several award-winning documentary films, including Boggy Creek Monster and The Mothman of Point Pleasant. For more information, visit Lyle's website at: www.lyleblackburn.com





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