Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Rev. Jeff Reviews The Lost Coast Tapes Movie


From Reverand Jeff: "With all the media outlets out there Rev. Jeff figured it was time for some honest movie reviews. Being a fan of all thing Sasquatch I'll strive to bring you the very best reviews on Bigfoot movies and documentaries. Buckle up it is bound to be a fun ride..."


Trailer:

55 comments:

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    1. HA! Ya rat bastard! I have not yet begun to first!

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    2. I much preferred Tootie Bigfoot, or even the stodgy Mrs. Garret bigfoot.

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    3. A little unknown fact....Dick Ryder played the part of the Bigfoot.



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      HUNDRED DOLLAR BILLLLSSSS!!!!

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    4. Conclusion of this movie review: NOT BIGFOOT.

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    1. Seems that the Bigfoot in this movie has paranormal abilities. It's about time someone was brave enough to tell the truth.

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    2. Yeh it was. Acting was surprisingly decent. But nothing really happens and to get around the low bugde...they came up with a nonsensical ending.

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    3. Lemme guess: there's a giant unknown primate living in the US?

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    4. In Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes you get nothing and like it.

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    5. Even in a movie about Bigfoot you can't see a clear video or photo of the creature because he doesn't exist.

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  3. what caliber rifle or handgun do you think would drop a bigfoot?

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    1. I'll take that sucker down with my 10/22.

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    2. well lets see, bigfoot can vary in size from a porcupine to an aniaml 10 feet tall and like super big.

      I'd say a .22 or an elephant gun...and everything in between.


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    3. I shoot bigfoots from my back window. They have long bushy tails that twitch, after you part their scalp. I've got a stray, 9 lived bigfoot around here that seems to be hungry for some lead too.

      I'd guess most footers have never shot a gun, outside of a shooting range.

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    4. I use my vorpal whiffle ball bat while wearing a realistic Matt Moneymaker mask.
      In the nude of course.

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    5. ^^^ I would call that demented

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    6. I would recommend a 300 Win mag. Plenty of take down power. Also carry a .45 acp for the finishing shot if necessary. Go get em!

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    7. I would recommend a 300 Win mag. Plenty of take down power. Also carry a .45 acp for the finishing shot if necessary. Go get em!

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    8. I would recommend a 300 Win mag. Plenty of take down power. Also carry a .45 acp for the finishing shot if necessary. Go get em!

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    9. I like to go old style when I go out to shoot Bigfoots. 54 cal. Muzzle loader with a 425 grain hollow point buffalo bullet, packed infront of 110 grains of powder. When you get a chest shot, it usually drags some of the guts out the exist wound, especially when you cut the hollow points with a knife. Takes them off their feet and leaves one leg twitching.

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    10. Sawed-off double barrel 10 gauge, slugs for ammo..not buck shot. Aim for the gut and disembowel the hairy bastard...

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    11. An air gun will simply do, since there is no real Bigfoot.

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  4. I would say 357mag 44mag 454 500s&w for a handgun 3030 3006 7mm 300mag 300blackout for rifle

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    1. .457 Magnum will down about anything!

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    2. I never shot a 457 mag but looks punishing on wild west Alaskan

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    3. Sasquatch can catch bullets with their teeth.

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  5. I was going to rent it, but unless Ashley Woods shows her tits forget it.

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  9. I'd use my 20mm M61 Vulcan cannon.

    rr

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  10. What about a flamethrower? I think if I ever saw a bigfoot I'd want to throw some flame on it.

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    1. You're such a pyro, LeBus.

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    2. Fire won't work , he will just stop drop and roll. You need to hang Pop eyes chicken in a sack in a tree and get Danny Partridge and Greg Brady with you in a tent cook some Smores and he will come and shoot the Damn Dirty Ape, It seems like the only thing that seems to work.
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  11. Must be a slow hoaxfoot day huh?

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    1. When there is snow on the ground you can't really pretend that it's bigfoot responsible for every single thing that happens outside. There would be footprints.

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  12. its 100x better than syfy's bigfoot movie

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    1. Pirhanaconda, sharktopus, bigfoot, ice spiders. It's all good.

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    2. The best of a bad lot is "Dinoshark" because of the high body count. My son and I lost track after the 17th....

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  13. ok so when is barts thermal footage getting released? delay moar. worse than the ketchup debacle.

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  14. Brilliant documentary. Glimpse into what us footers go through every time we step into a forest

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  15. Harry and the Hendersons, the greatest Bigfoot film ever made, my 6yr old boy is convinced it's the real deal.

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  16. The best(not saying much) bigfoot movie is "Shriek of the Mutilated"-a 70's grainy, low-budget schlock fest.
    The thing is, the story is an on the money metaphor for the world of bigfooting. I don't want to spoil it, but if you like 70's horror and are into this stuff you will agree that Shriek is a forgotten gem...

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