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Sasquatch

2.5 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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Based on actual accounts, Sasquatch is the story of Harlan Knowles, billionaire and president of Bio-Comp Industries, who heads up a team of experts on a quest to locate a company plane that disappeared over the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest. After finding the plane and its crew torn to shreds, the group tries to piece together clues about who or what could be responsible for the carnage. Suddenly they discover that they are facing a menace whose very existence is one of the world's greatest mysteries, and the only people left to rescue may be themselves.

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  • Actors: Lance Henriksen, Andrea Roth, Russell Ferrier, Jeremy Radick, Mary Mancini
  • Directors: Jonas Quastel
  • Writers: Jonas Quastel, Chris Lanning
  • Producers: Craig Denton, Rob Clark
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • 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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  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: June 4, 2012
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000085EFN
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,655 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sasquatch" on IMDb

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Hey all,

I just wanted to give you all a few crazy facts about this movie. I was actually one of the Make-up FX artists that help create the "beast" for this movie and I have to tell you the original creature looked absolutely amazing. I remember when we got the first photos back from the set we were all talking about how much of a shame it was that this creature was in a movie that would probably be pretty poor.

What actually happend though was that Jason Palmer did the original make-up for the Sasquatch, but for some reason they had to go back and re-shoot much of the creature. The sad part was that Jason passed away a few weeks before that and so the re-done creature was no where near as awesome as the original one.

For me it was quite sad because this was Jasons final movie, and he sort of got cheated out of his final fame due to the bad re-shoots. Anyway, I thought you guys may find that a tad interesing, and if you would like you can head over to mmmyeah.com and check out some "behind the scenes" photos.

Later,

Jeff
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This film is painfully bad. Some bad movies are so bad they're good. This one passes good and goes straight back to bad. But I did learn a few things about Sasquatch in watching this film.
I learned that Sasquatch not only starred in this film, but he edited it as well. Oh, the credits don't come out and SAY that the film was edited by Sasquatch. But from the best I can tell, Sasquatch edited the film, using a blunt instrument. Maybe a tree trunk or smooth rock.
I also learned that Sasquatch has X-ray vision and can dodge bullets. This leads me to believe that Sasquatch is the love child of Superman and Chewbacca. It's somthing I'd rather not think about, but the proof is right in the film.
All in all, this film should be avoided at all costs. There are much better Lance Henriksen B-movie vehicles you can rent/purchase instead.
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No stars, if that had been an option!
Having had an interest in the Sasquatch/Bigfoot phenomena for the last 30 years I thought I would rent this from my local Hollywood video. I was so incensed at how bad it was I was tempted to take it back and try to get my money back.
Lance Henrickson is generally a good actor, but he couldn't even save this abomination.
The cinematography was horrid, the props were horrid, and the plot/story line was horrid.
Do yourself a favor. Skip this one.
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The SciFi Channel has cranked out its share of stinkers. There's no arguing that, but "Sasquatch" has got to be the worst of the bunch. Starring Lance Henriksen and Andrea Roth, this story follows the crusade of a rescue team in search of Henriksen's daughter and a device that can prove the existence of Bigfoot. The plane went down in the Pacific Northwest and along the way happens to really tick off a Sasquatch. I'm not going to tell you why, but you can read other reviews for the spoilers. Henriksen heads up the ragtag bunch of typical horror movie fodder. There's the hotshot who knows everything, the geek, the girl who gets naked at the most unlikely time, and the deceptive villain out for personal gain. One by one they are picked off by the Sasquatch and they don't know why. Just rest assured that 'Squatch's reasons are soon revealed and everything comes to a head when ol' Bigfoot and Henriksen faceoff in a battle to the death!

Honestly, this flick is just flat out boring. Henriksen, who seems to relish in doing bad flicks like this, doesn't even seem to have a spark in this movie. His character is just as dull and unimportant as the rest of the gang in the flick. As far as special effects go, this picture is pretty sparse. Sasquatch looks like Cousin It's relative who failed at the hairstyling academy. The direction is choppy at best and the dialogue is horrendous.

I usually like bad SciFi films, but I have to say that this B-movie is perhaps one of the worst B-movies I've ever seen.

Only recommended to very loyal Sasquatch and SciFi channel fans.
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I get why some people may not have liked it, or even gave it bad reviews. I was always a fan of Lance Henricson anyway since his days in Near Dark, and after that many other movies including the TV Series Millennium. But, that's not why I got the movie. I like it for its attempt in cinema and music to put a sad and dramatic spin on the plot. Some of the fade to black shots, creature "vision", and other elements made it a great creature movie without all the gore.
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This should not even be called a "Movie", so bad it this. IT's a swindle; the "monster" is a joke, the low budget is evidnte everywhere. There are low budget movies where the producers and directors come out with original ideas to compensate for this fact.
But not here. It's ashame that Lance is in this mess. The movie is not frightening, is badly made, it has a utterly insulting ending... Man, forget it.
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"Sasquatch" (also known as "The Untold") is just another in a long line of bad bigfoot movies where people get chased by a shadowy skunk-ape in some scary woods at night. This film has a particularly convoluted plot that doesn't always make a great deal of sense, but teaches the important life lesson that if you crash your plane into a sasquatch, don't further the emotional trauma to the bigfoot clan by shooting a grieving yeti family member with a flare gun.

The film opens with a small plane flying a new DNA analyzer and the daughter of the biotech company's CEO over some mountains. Of course the plane crashes and the company CEO, Harlen Knowles (Lance Henriksen,) mounts a search party both for his daughter and the DNA machine, whose inventor was also on the plane, and who left no records of the design of the machine. (Yeah, right.) All the people in the search party hate each other; one's a cryptozooligist with a yeti fixation, and the guide Winston Burg (Phil Granger,) is an unreliable drunken lout.

Off they go on their trek, and no sooner are they in the woods than we find that bigfoot is watching with some of the hokiest vision effects I have ever seen. Not to fear, the bigfoot as a blur in the underbrush and especially the bigfoot as a guy (Taras Kostyuk) in a rubber suit more than live up to the low quality of the vision effects. The crew camps in the woods and the yeti quickly kidnaps a girl, then releases her for no comprehensible reason. When they get back to the campsite their biggest concern is testing her for tetanus. The next day they find cave paintings they initially believe to be millions of years old, but wait! That's incorrect, they are a couple of weeks old and painted in fresh blood. An easy mistake to make.
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