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Hunting the Legend

2.7 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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Five years ago, a deer hunter vanished in the Alabama woods, leaving behind only a rifle, bloodstains and an enormous footprint from a species unknown to science. Now, the hunter’s son Chris, his two best friends and a documentary film crew set out to learn the truth… and seek vengeance. Their search leads them deep into rugged terrain rumored to hide the huge, man-like beast known as Sasquatch. As they close in on their prey, they learn the horrifying consequences of Hunting the Legend.

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  • Actors: Christopher Copeland, Hannah Wallace, Jeff Causey, Justin Steeley, Alex Ballaw
  • Directors: Justin Steeley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: July 8, 2014
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JKTFQ9M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,778 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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An amateur investigator desires to create a documentary about his obsession with Bigfoot (closure for his father's murder by the brute) and after a touching scene (as in emotional, not the inappropriate variety) where he asks his mom's permission to go, he assembles an elite team (i.e. him, his girlfriend, his BFF wearing a matching hoodie and a 2-person film crew) for the adventure of a Lifetime original.

So, the first logical step in filming any documentary is of course to find a black-market arms dealer (making sure to record every second of the transaction), followed by purchasing an attack-dog that can provide defense from "bears" (nudge nudge) and finally on to Camden Alabama (cuz Bigfoot sightings are so common in the deep South as everyone knows) where "everybody has a story" (a boring story). A chatty cop tells them of a guitar shop owner with a plaster cast (of a foot dangit!), who in turn tells them of an "old dude that lives in the woods" thus compelling the gang to seek him out. As one might imagine "old dude" (O.D. for short) isn't overly thrilled when a group of tourists with cameras, sound equipment, an attack dog and illegal firearms show up at his cabin and after taking them prisoner (I really started liking this guy), a 3rd-grade level interview ensues. O.D. is subsequently distracted by a Bigfoot, allowing the gang to make a daring escape and after setting up camp in the woods they attempt to build a fire (a futile attempt) but it is at this point the viewer is treated to a pitch black, middle-of-the-night "what's going on" scene as the movie descends into a shoddy rip-off of "Blair Witch Project" meets an episode of "Finding Bigfoot" (complete with lots of "what was that.... did you hear that?") except these guys tend to cry a lot.
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Basic Plot Spoilers.

This is another hand held camera hunting Bigfoot tale. Just because it takes place in Alabama doesn't mean it can't be as bad as "Willow Creek." It is. Christopher Copeland is looking for Bigfoot, because it killed his father. This as you "National Enquirer" readers know this is a problem in the rural south along with the alien probings. As a young adult, Chris assembles a posse to go after Bigfoot which include his friend Jeff and sniveling girlfriend Hannah. There is also a camera and sound man who speak about 70 minutes into the film.

They film themselves getting guns from guy-in-trailer, obtaining a dog and then directions from a guy named Rick who owns a guitar shop. They meet a mountain man who "lives off the land" in his cabin with electricity and fake fireplace on loop. There is a lot of internal drama and conflict, I wasn't sure what it was about, except everyone wanted to quit and go back, but never at the same time. So we had to sit through 30 minutes of whine and self induced drama while they freak over a skinned bunny.

As in most hand held films, tears of boredom are created until the last few minutes when the producers decide they can't afford to give you a decent Bigfoot scene, so they jerk the camera around and have people scream and then the proverbial floor/ground cam. Oh yeah. That makes it real.

Guide: F-bomb. No sex, no nudity, no Bigfoot.
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There are alot of bigfoot found footage movies out there, from Bigfoot County, Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes, Happy Camp, Willow Creek and Exists coming out in October. Hunting The Legend is a decent one if you like those kinds of movies like I do. This young adult looking to find what killed his father and some friends go along with him. Camera quality is good. But it is a movie where you just want and wish you could knock his girlfriend out for being annoying. It is worth a watch if you like found footage bigfoot movies, and it isn't all too boring.
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By D. Wilson on December 18, 2014
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Do you like found footage movies of whiney, obnoxious, fighting teenagers? Then by all means - order this! I love the found footage genre - but the kids in this movie were so annoying that I literally wanted to reach in the screen and smack them. A few good scares, but mostly just 3 kids wandering around a sparce forest waiting for something to jump out and eat them. Sadly...it didn't happen for over an hour.
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I was definitely pleasantly surprised by this one. I am a huge "found footage" fan, and have waded through perhaps 100+ b-movies. This one, for me, made the cut for the ones I'd recommend. I won't give any spoilers here, but less was more! And the acting was above average. Im usually a pretty harsh critic, but I really can't find much to slam that won't give away the fun. It's worth one rental, not a buy.
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I found this found footage bigfoot movie a bit more interesting than "Willow Creek" and provided a bit more suspense. Unlike some of the other reviewers (use the term loosely at times as "Worst. Movie. Ever" isn't a review), I found the acting to be good considering I had never heard of any of the actors.

The basic story id the lead witnesses his father being killed by a bigfoot and getting proof of the creatures becomes his mission. Fast forward 6 years and he and some friends (along with a camera crew) set out into the same woods. The glimpses of the creatures worked for me (based on the hokey SyFy looking cover, this is better than a lame looking costume if the budget wasn't there.)

One of the problems here (along with other FF movies) is that there were multiple cameras used (a couple of GO Pros & the camera crew) and the footage looks to edited together rather than a single camera (I guess they found all the cameras and memory cards/tapes?) and the final footage is out of place since the camera wouldn't have been "found" (if you see the flick, you'll know what I mean.)

All in all a decent romp and you could do far worse as far as a bigfoot movie goes.
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