Catching up with the New Boggy Creek Film

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 14th, 2011

When we last spoke about the new Boggy Creek film here on Cryptomundo, Thrilling Return to “Boggy Creek”?, we had mentioned the DVD release date of September 13, 2011.

Well, somehow that date came and went with no hoopla here on Cryptomundo.

Well let me make that right, right her, right now…

The film is now titled: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True and is now available at at this link.

Boggy Creek: Legend Is True

And it’s only $10.99. And it is eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25.

The reviews posted at are mixed.

Author Eric S. Brown gives it 5 stars. (Which I believe that he does for every Bigfoot movie…)

Insanely well done for a Bigfoot flick, October 4, 2011

Five Stars

This review is from: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True (DVD)

The new Boggy Creek is an extremely well done film. The script is amazing. You can’t help but like its characters. I was utterly impressed by its quality. However, I must warn you, you must go into looking for a movie, not a gorefest to enjoy it. Not that it doesn’t have gore. There are some wonderful kill scenes. The best part of this film though is its dark and bleak, Dawn of the Dead (2004) ending. Totally check it out and give it shot if you like Bigfoot Horror.Eric S. Brown

Great monster, hot cast, that’s enough for me…, September 20, 2011

Four Stars

This review is from: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True (DVD)

Okay, so I’m a sucker for anything Bigfoot / Yeti / Swamp Ape / Cryptozoological in nature. Those were my favorite X-File episodes. So I’m probably not very impartial when in comes to writing about videos such as this one. Does the film have plot problems, marginal acting, occassionally slow pacing and obvious budgetary constraints? Yes. But it also has a drop-dead gorgeous cast of guys and gals, and a pretty good Bigfoot-style monster. For me, that makes it enough to recommend!Pauline Kael-Jones “PK-Jones Film Reviews”

creepy, delightfully gruesome, and horrific flick but….., October 8, 2011

Three Stars

This review is from: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True (DVD)

Unfortunately that’s all it was besides it having cool monsters and a few hot actresses! The film really didn’t look finished to me…. it needed more answers like how a guy is showing defending someone from the bigfoot’s but yet we never see what happens to him after the person he is helping runs away! that and the fact that they had a whole bunch of pointless scenes that lead to nothing and introduced no new characters… and what was up with the sheriff and his deputy… they were in a few scenes in the beginning and were never shown again!

Plot: a group of five college kids go to a one of the friends’ house whom hasn’t been there in years after a unexplained accident! But after a few drinks and smokes they soon realize (when there out in the middle of the woods with a tent and some toilet paper) that there is something out there and it is picking off and killing the (now 4) college kids off one by one and they are keeping the woman for breeding!

Review: The whole movie had such a “I’ve not been completed and been put onto DVD as fast as possible” feel to it but maybe there was a reason why… maybe they needed more money to finish it… but anyway… the acting was decent and the gore/creature effects where nasty and sick yet fun and creative. I’ll admit that some of the noises used for the gore scenes (such as when a Bigfoot eats someone guts) where a little bit too Low-budget sounding! I wish it had a bigger budget like the movie “Creature (2011)” but alas it has no spot in theaters or even DVD as a matter of fact… but just not for now because I bet this film has a lot more potential that it gives!

Acting: The acting was okay I mean Texas Battle acted like a thug and I wish he acted more like he did in “Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007)” and also some of the characters where put in and were never used like the old couple from the trailer.. They were shown only once! And the deputies that were used like two or three times I bet they would’ve been good actors too if they were given the opportunity!

Gore: Disembowelments, mangled corpses, a really harsh slashed throat and some more! it had good special effects but it could’ve used more gore!

Bottom Line: A sickening, decent acted, and bloody yet un-fished, overdone, and a “leave you upset” ending that doesn’t really work well for the movie kind of film that feels wrong yet right at the same time!

Suggested MPAA: Rated: “R” for bloody violence, sexuality, and language

Is it worth the Buy on a scale of 1-10: 6
For the Movie itself on a scale of 1-5: 4POD JAWS

SOOOO good!, September 30, 2011

Five Stars

This review is from: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True (DVD)

My brother kept talking about this movie, so I borrowed his copy and watched it tonight.

LOVED it! It was a little different than the usual horror films that my brother and his friends watch. BETTER, in my opinion, because there was an actual plot.

Loved the characters and want to find out what else Texas Battle has been in.

Great for a lazy Friday night. =)TwinMommy7

Contender for Worst Ever, September 19, 2011

One Star

This review is from: Boggy Creek: Legend Is True [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

There have been some bad horror movies with bigfoot in them. Some were bad in a good way that somehow makes them worth watching. This film is not one of that kind. It is the kind of bad that can sour a person on the whole subject. The acting was bad and the plot was worse. There is no way I can imagine someone reading the script for this film and thinking it should be made. Either they lost something due to budget or it was intended to rip-off people who would think it might be fun (in that good bad way) like the original Boggy Creek. I’m thinkng it is more of a rip-off. Rent it cheap if you think I might be wrong. You’ll regret the lost time and the cheap rental fee, but at least you will save a bit compared to owning it. Better yet, avoid it.Thomas J. Woodall Jr.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

4 Responses to “Catching up with the New Boggy Creek Film”

  1. Redrose999 responds:

    LOL must rent it on Netflix!

  2. gridbug responds:

    So far is hasn’t shows its face on Netflix… might be worth a torrent download. Then again, it might not.


  3. David-Australia responds:

    Plenty on eBay but I need Area 4 for Australia!

  4. imandos responds:

    Nice to see my review of the film on here since this is the site I heard about the film on, which resulted in me preordering it. Don’t worry, I don’t blame you 😉 I wish that I could say this film was the kind of bad film you have to see just to say you did, but it is actually the kind of bad film best avoided. I did notice there are a few more movies like it being released (Savage, Snow Beast and Dismal) that I would like to see others on here comment on should they see them (since buying one movie this bad is my quota for now). As for, this film, if you must see it to believe me, don’t say you were not warned.


    Thomas J Woodall Jr
    aka. Imandos

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