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3.3 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Don Adkins, Cindy Butler, Jimmy Clem, Frank Clingan, Fabus Griffin
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Unknown)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: ELITE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: August 9, 2005
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009NZ76K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,843 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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You can't blame Charles Pierce for wanting to go back to that Boggy Creek well again after the first movie, but this time he pulls up a bucket full of fetid water. This movie is all sorts of wrong! From casting himself in the role of "Doc" to putting his own son in a large supporting role, sans shirt for a majority of the running time, Pierce misfires on almost every level. The flashback stories almost brought back the flavor of the original Boggy Creek (the outhouse scene alone is a hoot), but then he offsets that with the hilarious "mad dog!" scene. By the time Old Man Crenshaw shows up, the wheels totally fly off this shaky cart and promptly bursts into flames! Being a bigfoot sub-genre fanatic, I feel justified buying this title, but do not see spinning the DVD as often as the far superior The Legend of Boggy Creek. Where's Travis Crabtree when you really need him?!
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BOGGY CREEK 2: AND THE LEGEND CONTINUES, begins w/ the notorious "deer slaughter" scene. It seems that the Boggy Creek Monster is up to its old tricks again! This causes Dr. Lockhart (Director, Charles B. Pierce- THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK, THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN, THE EVICTORS) and his team of college student helpers (Two beautiful coeds, and a guy who only wears shirts when absolutely necessary), to head for the swamps of Texarcana to investigate, and hopefully locate the creature. They experience several adventures along the way, including a mad dog encounter, the horrors of 1985 PC technology, and some actual run-ins w/ the big, hairy lug. BC2 is a less entertaining film than the original, although it does have just as many hillbillies in it. Pierce's stilted voice-over narration adds little to the overall quality of the production. Neither do the stories told in flashback form. The bottom line is that this movie is pretty dull. Lonnnng stretches of nothing take up most of the running time. Recommended for hyper-schlock completists, and / or only the most desperate followers of such films...
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"Boggy Creek 2: And the legend continues" is a purported sequel to the cult classic "The Legend of Boggy Creek". It seems that Charles B Pierce was bogged down in his own legend, spewing forth new Bigfoot-related B-movies on a semi-regular basis. He even stars in this one! "Boggy Creek 2" is pure fiction, and comes across as a hybrid between Bigfoot pseudo-documentary, horror movie and sweet morality tale. Nothing wrong with that, per say, but despite a few plot twists, it never gets off the ground. A classical turkey rather than a new cult classic. One star, period.
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I didn't mind the movie so much but the audio quality is really hard to hear and with no closed captions it doesn't help much either. Maybe if this is ever re-released on blue ray that the audio problem can be fixed
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Look, it's easy to be critical of this sequel to the cult classic " The Legend of Boggy Creek", both were the artistic love childs of film maker Charles Pierce and are done in a documentary style that begs to be believed as authentic story telling. It is at all times entertaining and for the most part, not a bad re-dux. To get in the proper mood watch the original first and then the second as a double feature and you may like it more. Sadly this film fails to satisfy the fear we all want to feel at night in the woods when we hear a unknown sound in the dark and run screaming " Bigfoot!!!".
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This is a good old-fashioned movie that is similar to the first. If you liked that, you will enjoy this as well. If you don't like dated movies, you will think this is silly. I wish I lived near Boggy Creek.......
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Ten times out of ten you just can not go wrong by cuing up any episode of Mystery Science Theater. Since we've always watched terrible movies while thoroughly making fun, the MST3K series has exactly what we're looking for. The only gripe we have is the fact that this series isn't still being made. For us the B market has only picked up steam over the years and needs and outlet like this or a weekly dose of Joe Bob's MonsterVision. For some reason or other the mainstream doesn't feel the need to recognize B the way it should, but we certainly do. That is why we continue on our lifetime mission of watching and reviewing B to contribute to it thriving in the years to come.

Boggy Creek 2 starts off with a Doctor on his quest to find the elusive ape creature wandering the swamp land. In his journey he brings 2 chicks (1 being really hot for the mid 80's) and some skinny kid that constantly gets torn apart by our MST crew. As they search they do make contact with the ape and discover he's on some type of war path, but not sure what for. Once they meet a fat shirtless hick across the lake they discover the reason for the recent ape-man attacks. See the giant redneck captured the ape-man's kid and has been keeping it hostage for a week or so. Once Doctor finds this out he offers the ape a truce, the stickiest of the icky, and gives him back his youngin to wander back off peacefully into the woods.

Outside of the non-stop laughs from all the comments this one was pretty hilarious in it's own right. It's shot in a documentary style at an attempt to make it appear real only adding to the charm of it's B-ness. The ape creature looks very similar to something you'd see a trick-or-treater wearing while perusing the streets for nutrageous bars on October 31st.
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