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126 | Willow Creek


Writer/Director: Bobcat Goldthwait

Stars: Alexie Gilmore & Bryce Johnson

Rated NR, Runtime: 1 hour 20 min

Released 6/6/2014, Available on Amazon Prime

Jim & Kelly are a young couple who venture out to the titular creek to fulfill Jim’s childhood dream - to visit the site where the famous Patterson-Gimlin bigfoot footage was shot. They film their excursion documentary-style, giving us a taste of the locals, some of whom are less than welcoming. When they start to hear strange noises around their campsite they begin to wonder if it’s the hostile townies or if there’s something more cryptozoological out there with them.

In case you don’t want to go into the comments section for Curt’s strange video recommendation, here you go. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…

Next up, the newest Netflix film to get everybody talking, The Perfection. Watch it with your favorite teacher!

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125 | Body at Brighton Rock


Writer/Director: Roxanne Benjamin

Stars: Karina Fontes, Casey Adams & Emily Althaus

Rated R, Runtime: 1 hour 27 min

Debuted at SxSW March 8, 2019, Released April 26, 2019, Available on demand

Wendy is a junior park ranger at Brighton Rock State park. She’s the kind of girl who can’t seem to get her act together - always late, always losing things, etc etc. When she volunteers to hang flyers on an advanced trail so her friend can flirt with a boy at the info desk, she isn’t taken seriously. That’s because her friends know she’s an “indoor kid” & couldn’t handle the job. Against all logic & good sense Wendy insists on taking the job. Things seem to be going fine, until Wendy realizes she has gotten incredibly lost. While she’s dealing with that she discovers a dead body.

It’s finally springtime, so we at Bloodlust Ventures have decided to review another wilderness movie next. This time it’s going to be 2013’s Willow Creek, a found footage Bigfoot picture that we think is way underseen. It’s available on Prime, so we hope you check it out before the next episode.

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