Amazon Decides Bigfoot Movie "Too Offensive" For Streaming


A bigfoot movie has been yanked from Amazon's streaming service after it was decided that the film was too offensive.

The horror movie universe was buzzing hard about finally being able to enjoy Cherokee Creek, the raunchy Bigfoot horror/comedy that has been receiving rave reviews from fans and critics. The film recently hit Video on Demand formats like iTunes, Google Play, Vudu and Amazon and was quickly moving up the ranks. Enjoying a very successful pre-order campaign on iTunes, the film reached the #3 spot for December 25th releases, only behind Halloween and Goosebumps 2.

"With iTunes, Vudu and Google Play keeping their word and making this hilariously raunchy and gory film available to horror lovers everywhere, streaming giant Amazon was the only platform that the film hadn’t been released on yet." It seems odd Amazon has deemed Cherokee Creek “Too offensive” for streaming on their site. Even though the film features both male and female nudity (and tons of gore)... there are many films such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Hard, Hall Pass, Blockers and Baywatch that feature frontal male nudity and countless films that feature female nudity that stream for free on their site.

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  1. I'll wager a tenner Danny stu will be transfixed watching this, popcorn in one hand and his wanker in the other. Hot butter flavor
    cheers

    Joe

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    1. A tenner says you've got your hand in your pants right now thinking about him ^

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    2. You'd probably luv thinking about that eh Pedo Danny Stu ? You get your lips stuck on flypaper regularly I'll bet
      cheers

      Joe

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  2. I wonder how many bigfeet complained about the film? xx

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