Nope. There's no mention of a dead Bigfoot in this review-- not one bit. If you think you're going to see a dead Bigfoot or hear about it on the news, don't set yourself up for disappointment folks. Unless you've already spent $150 on Rick Dyer's Gold Membership to see fake photos of his dead Bigfoot, you'll be very disappointed to know that he did not shoot a Bigfoot (See 2008 Bigfoot Hoax).
The film "Shooting Bigfoot" doesn't even mention a dead Bigfoot because if someone had a body, you'd think it would be all over CNN right now. Whether or not you want to believe there's a dead Bigfoot, it's all going to be in your imagination and what Rick Dicky decides to tell you as more "Gold" members line his pockets with Benjamins to hear about a Bigfoot named "Hank" that's being kept in a secret government facility somewhere in Las Vegas. Here's a snippet from the best review of the film that slated to premiere at the TIFF Bell Lightbox on April 30th:
With all the laughs, the eccentricities, and oodles of quotable lines (my personal favourite is when Biscardi is describing how long winded someone is: “You ask him for the time and he builds you a watch!”), it’s unfortunate Matthews drops the ball at the very end.
Shooting Bigfoot has a non-ending that feels as if the director’s patience wore too thin and eventually threw his hands up in the air and gave up. Once you see what happens in the surprisingly creepy last third, you’ll understand why Matthews feels resentment. However, the ending still feels too abrupt and doesn’t end the way moviegoers will want it to.
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This latest review is finally hitting home for some who are starting to realize that this is all a hoax. A fan of the Facebook group, FBFB (the people promoting Dyer) wrote this:
Well, there have already been reviews written by film critics who have seen Shooting Bigfoot, the latest one to come out says the worst part of the film is the last part. Pretty bad review for what is supposed to be the revealing of a real bigfoot getting shot.
Yeah, you people in Dyer's camp can rationalize all you want, but the ship is sinking. The biggest anthropological discovery in the 21st century, and it gets called the worst part of the movie? Not very likely.
I know people had their hopes up, but there are some things that should have clued you in. The idea that the greatest anthropological discovery of the 21st century, released at midnight, in a somewhat obscure Canadian film festival? Rick Dyer having access to a secret government facility?
At this point, people are leaving Dyer's camp, again disappointed that Dyer pulled another hoax.
Rick told you he was a hoaxer. He told you he was going to lie.
You believed him anyway.
Hoax over. Go home, Rick Dyer.
Update: FBFB just deleted Don's comment.