Willow Creek


The legend of Bigfoot stomps back onscreen in this top-notch found-footage chiller directed by comedian-turned-highly accomplished filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait (Shakes the Clown, God Bless America). His latest visits the site of the famous Patterson-Gimlin footage that's been debated since it surfaced in 1967. Is that a real creature or a man in an ape suit? Entering the California hotspot is Jim, an enthusiastic believer whose skeptical but supportive girlfriend Kelly has agreed to tag along while he fulfils a lifelong dream of camping in woods where the big hairy beasts are said to roam. Goldthwait expertly lays the foundations, with the couple meeting friendly locals that make a living from the legend, and at least one guy who's anything but the welcoming type. When it comes to delivering what you've really been waiting for, Goldthwait and excellent actors Bryce Johnson and Alexie Gilmore do not disappoint. Willow Creek is scary stuff indeed.

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Bryce Johnson, Alexie Gilmore

Directed by

Bobcat Goldthwait

Written by

Bobcat Goldthwait

Country Of Origin





“The monster movie of the summer”


“It's damn good. Believe it.”

Roger Ebert

"Willow Creek is a defiant slow burn.”

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