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First off, the creature is more like King Kong and the effects are outlandishly hilarious, especially when he is running. The climax on Mount Rushmore is side-splittingly funny. The battle between the construction company and the animal rights group is cliche-heavy. Notice that all the activists (except Williams) are females. Also you will howl in agony as Bigfoot bites heads off like he's eating a snowcone or kicking them around like an NFL punter!
Obviously, this is meant to be a comedy. Why else would Alice Cooper allow himself to be "the extra point" for the irritated monster? And how can anyone take Danny Bonaduce and Barry Williams seriously? Director Bruce Davison also plays the sheriff while TWIN PEAKS siren Sherilyn Fenn is now a doughy-faced detective. Both wear goofy ear-flapped hats in an apparent homage to FARGO. Add Howard Hesseman to the mix as the dopey mayor and you get your money's worth of has-been actors collecting paychecks. Notice too how the weather changes constantly from fully snow-covered landscapes to lush green vistas. It's truly a grade Z movie BUT you may find entertainment in its pure awfulness--it does have some laughs!
SyFy does equate to cheesey movies!
The setting is Deadwood, South Dakota. Local DJ Harley Anderson (Danny "Partridge" Bonaduce) will stop at nothing to make sure his 1980s Outdoor Music Festival will go on as planned. (Don't get too excited - the only 80s rocker you'll get to see here is Alice Cooper, and he doesn't even get to sing.) His biggest obstacles are a freak snowstorm and the constant protests of some tree-hugging neo-hippies led by Simon Quint (Barry "Greg Brady" Williams) - or so he thought until Bigfoot shows up. Apparently, Bigfoot really, really, really hate 80s music, thus proving himself to be more beast than man.Read more ›
As man destroys the forest he encroaches on Big Foot's territory, who is about 50 feet tall. At times this production is "King Kong" spoof. Being near Mt. Rushmore, I think you know where this is going.
Bigfoot is aroused and discovering Allison Hayes is dead and 70's rock star Alice Cooper is alive and headlining an 80's rock festival causes him to go on a rampage. The movie has poor CG effects and should only be viewed in black and white, drinking your favorite adult beverage, and/or taking persecution meds in order to get the full 1950's SyFy feel. Lines such as "Peter Pan never killed anyone unless they deserved it" are meaningless sober even when spoken by Greg Brady.
POSSIBLE PLOT SPOILERS: There are some fun parts such as when Bigfoot scales Mt. Rushmore. Notice that in one moment he is up at Washington's eyes, and then the next moment he is climbing below his chin. Or the part when Bigfoot looks down and sees the pretty blond girl. He cocks his head back and forth like K.Kong eye balling Fay Wray, and then steps on her. Seriously. The film was a well made bad spoof.
Made for TV, no sex, f-bombs, or nudity.
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