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32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Movie Night No. 17: Bigfoot (1970)

Bigfoot (1970)

This film tonight…is a long distance dedication to our friend Leigh. She’s not awake right now to see this get posted, but when she does regain consciousness, I think she’ll be pleased. Because how can you improve upon the idea of John Carradine vs. Bigfoot? You can give it the tagline “Breeds With Anything…” Um. Ew. In addition to Carradine, the film’s cast boasts Christopher Mitchum (son of Robert), Doodles Weaver (uncle of Sigourney), and Lindsay Crosby (son of Bing).

And be warned: this is a low budget 1970s horror flick. Prepare for long stretches of nothing happening, long stretches of nothing happening with the actors seeming to be well aware that not a goddamn thing is happening (an early scene with Carradine bopping while driving a car in silence–classic) and terrifying fashion.


The DVD is surprisingly in print but you can get it for as low as $3. Also: please note…it’s not this Bigfoot. Although you will probably wish it was.

Image from Wrong Side of the Art.