Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Bigfoot Country Sneak Peek


Check out this sneak peek of the terrifying movie "Bigfoot Country", and an interview with one of the movie's lead actresses.

6 comments:

  1. Just what the world needs - another Bigfoot movie.

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  2. Hello mate
    if you don't like it you can always go back to watching reruns of last weekends nascar races
    Cheers

    Joe

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    1. Well "mate" not a fan of NASCAR but at least it's more interesting and REAL than yet another Bigfoot movie. How many does that make now about 500? But of course you will joyously embrace each and every one no matter how stupid they are because you somehow perceive that it supports your moronic belief in Bigfoot. The same way you support every trace in the dust as a Bigfoot footprint, every fallen branch as Bigfoot habitat, every blurry image in the shadows as Bigfoot and every testimony by a witness as rock solid truth. Yes, go ahead and watch yet another - it's probably a step up from those cartoons that is your usual fare. On second thought keep watching those cartoons - much more believable.

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    2. I’m sorry Stuey... but you’re confusing pop culture with science. Probably because your understanding of science is about as vast as your social circle.

      But I seem to pick up on an angry attempt at the subject matter. You see, “traces in dust” falls way short of the mark unless you’re accustomed to special pleading away valuable data. Data such as repeatably identifiable anatomy that biologists with many, many years of experience under their belts are able to identify due to tracking mammals in wilderness areas. Features in things like trackways, things like dermal ridges... things like splayed toes in different footfalls that indicate a genuine biological bipedal foot coming into contact with the ground. You see, your narcissism may expect everyone else on the planet to be as useless as you are, but there are experts in field biology who know what they’re doing. So much so, that people faaaaaaar cleverer than you struggle to find excuses for the type of evidence that is now being published. And if you’ve got that, then some level of oral histories and contemporary anecdotes have to be rock solid. Oh... and not every image of “Bigfoot” is blurry. Remember the pioneering plastic surgeon that I referenced to give you a meltdown about? Remember the analysis on the PGF he offered, identifying biological features that only a select few of experts in the US would be able to point out, let alone think of to add to a costume?

      Let me know if your memory needs a kickstart, I’d be happy to help.

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    3. Stuey's memory always needs a kickstart. He forgets which side of his bed he gets up on all the time

      Joe

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  3. When you write a "book" as a comment, no one is going to read it. Ridiculous....the trailer is awful. Obviously very low budget,low talent and no imagination.

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