Monday, December 7, 2015

"Valley Of The Sasquatch" Creator John Portanova On The Pacific NorthWEIRD Webcast


John Portanova, writer/director of the hit bigfoot horror movie "Valley Of The Sasquatch" sits down with the Pacific NorthWEIRD crew for this great interview about the movie. If you haven't seen this bigfoot flick yet, you need to add it to your list.



We interview John Portanova, the writer/director of "Valley of the Sasquatch" - a bigfoot horror movie set in Washington State! Later, Vince and Tyler share their thoughts on the movie.
SPECIAL THANKS to the Olympia Film Society!

19 comments:

  1. My Turds Rate!!!

    Yours "NOT SO MUCH" !

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    1. Why is it, that this forum is so unfriendly to blacks?

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    2. Because the average black pecker is (according to siencetific data.ect..) 1/4 inch longer!!
      THAT'S WHY!!

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    3. Its a nice day for a............white joerging!!!!

      Its a nice day to .......JOERG AGAIN!!!!!!

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    1. Not much ! just enjoying the "Schooling" my Buttbuddy Iktomi ,gives you troll's each and every day numpty !

      Joe

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    2. Would you like some Joerg Juice 8:52?

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    3. I can respect that 8:52, Joerg juice requires an acquired taste. Joerg Juice was first served in 1803 and still reaches a broad fanbase today. Joerg Juice is currently being stocked by the Abholi corporation, Stonereader Inc., and Bendover Buttcheekly Inc.

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    4. I am here to school all the fools
      You all seems to enjoy it because you keep coming back from more

      Joe

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    1. From now on, search Clives dirty drawers!

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    2. ^ You forgot "search all valleys and Garggle all sack" !!!

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    3. ^ Ain't seen you in a while too...

      keep up the good work Clive!!
      ;-)

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  4. I've been gone a while. I'll save myself the trouble of looking at months of old posts and just assume no one has found that hairy sumbitch. Am I on safe ground on this or did one of our intrepid researchers take their cameras off themselves long enough to film a squatch in all it's glory? From a half mile away with a toaster oven mounted on a mechanical bull of course...

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    1. ^ 100% absolute comedic genious,In all It's glorious FLUFF!!

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