Bobcat Goldthwait's Bigfoot Horror Willow Creek Set to Stomp Into Theaters Soon


Bobcat Goldthwait's bigfoot horror movie Willow Creek is finally coming to theaters. According to our good friends at dreadcentral.com, the movie is set to release in NYC on June 6th at the IFC Center with theatrical releases to follow. We can't wait!

"We told you that the sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait known as Willow Creek (review) has scored itself some domestic distribution via Dark Sky Films, and now we have some release details for ya!

MPI will release the flick in NYC on June 6th at the IFC CENTER with a theatrical rollout to follow.

Described by Jimmy Kimmel as “Scary and the Hendersons” and by writer-director Bobcat Goldthwait himself as “The Blair-Squatch Project,” found footage movie Willow Creek is a radical departure in Goldthwait’s career after directing a string of black comedies (World’s Greatest Dad, God Bless America)."

To read more about the movie, and what it's all about, visit dreadcentral.com by clicking here.


Comments

  1. cheesus., i'll take a dos heckies

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  2. ill listen to some tres hombres

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  3. Today was a great day for me. I was getting lotto tickets for power ball and I saw a girl from the "possum people"

    I was all tongue tied like a nerd asking a cheerleader for a date. finally, I forced myself to say "Thank you for coming to help us."

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  4. Damn. Poopin out worms again...

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    1. They have medicine for that...

      Get it before it's too late.

      Actually - come to think of it. If you have worms...um...you probably deserve it.

      Suffer foo.

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  5. Where is Team homo guy?

    Bobcat...gay.

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  6. DickButt strikes again!!

    -DickButt

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  7. Bob Gimlin.

    The...THEE...most important person living today with regard to Bigfoot.

    This is the guy. THEE guy boyz and girlz. who was "there".

    "there"...

    Patterson went to his grave saying that was real footage.
    Gimlin says it's real footage...and one would presume at this
    late stage "to his grave" real footage. In fact, he says...the footage was "unimpressive".

    In other words, my illiterate, tongue tied and computer bound friends........it blew.....him.....away....

    What he SAW. In front of....his very own EYES.

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  8. don't be a brown noser.

    -DickNose

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  9. There was a time in my life when Bigfoot meant the world to me. Everything was Bigfoot morning, noon and night...

    ...But with the help of my friends here at BFE I can proudly say that without a doubt, Bigfoot is no longer a part of my life.

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    1. I just don't do it anymore ! Even when I'm out in the woods, all by myself....I do not think about Bigfoot.

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    2. Cept maybe when I've had a few and we get to partying. Sometimes his name might come up.

      Other than that, I can say once and for all...Bigfoot is no longer a part of my life.

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    3. Its wonderful how you have moved on ;)

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    4. Preciate it Chick,

      Got other things to do ya know... Cept maybe when nothings on TV Bigfoot might cross my mind.

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    5. But when the smoke clears...I can honestly say.

      Bigfoot is no longer a part of my life.

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    6. Thnx for sharing, now go suck some COCCCKKK!!

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    7. Then what the hell are you doing on a Bigfoot blog you DICKKK!!!! Get off and stay off!!!!

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  10. ^^ Not DickButt!! DickButt has values!!

    -DickButt

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  11. I don't like the idea of perpetuating the notion that Bigfoot are dangerous, terrifying, predatory killers. There is no evidence that they are predatory towards humans. They may watch, follow, check out, or even approach in way to scare off humans, but that is only displaying territory possession.

    The same smear campaign happened to bears. There is a great display at the North American Bear Center in Ely MN that shows hundreds of drawing/depictions of bears in hundreds of hunting/outdoor magazines where you see a snarling, teeth bearing, attacking beast. For decades this image was promoted to make people fearful of bears. We now know that bears rarely attack and run the opposite direction once they get a whiff of you.

    So I notice with the popularity of Bigfoot lately, the increase of images showing a menacing creature. Even "Finding Bigfoot" has their CGI animated bigfoot snarling and growling.

    Fear sells. Sad how predictable we humans are.

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