Top critical review
on June 5, 2012
This two disc package is really misleading. First of all, there is nothing about the abominable snowmen or yetis, other than brief mentionings. The production was very cheaply done. Armed with hand held videocams and interviews of no more than 3 to 4 people, this documentary really does not own up to its hype. There is alot of computerized animation and the stereotypical native American lores tied in, but no Indians. No scientist, cryptozoologists or experts, just backwoods interviews that in one case, debunks and concentrates on a hoax rather than facts. No significant footage, photos or evidence convincing the viewer that these events are real. In one clip of a group of bigfoot seekers, the investigation goes from looking for a bigfoot to getting haunted by ghost and orbs in the woods. What happened to bigfoot here? At that, the group is filmed in awe and spooked response to lights and movement, but the camera focuses on the mens faces rather than chasing down what they are seeing. This is a complete waste of money and time to watch when you could easily just sit around a campfire and tell ghost stories instead. Buyer beware, this is a cheaply done, hokey redneck interviewed sitting in the woods using sophisticated words that show no real concrete video, photos or evidence, just talking and self terrored dullness. Everything could have been confined into one hour and been a solid bigfoot documentary, instead, you get four hours of, "be quiet, listen, whats that over there and when I was 6 years old" crap!