#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – One year after seven local students are inexplicably murdered at a lake house party near the Canadian border, recent high school grads Travis and his buddy Nate plan a celebratory road trip to Canada. While cutting through the woods at night, the two friends are savagely attacked by mysterious creatures and Nate is dragged off leaving Travis- to run for help. After Travis’s efforts to save Nate end up in the death of Nate’s brother, Chris, the police begin to investigate the events surrounding the deaths. Did things go as Travis claims they did, or are his claims of Sasquatch-like creatures signs of deeper troubles in his world?
Plot: A terrifying psychological thriller set near the beautiful landscape of Glacier National Park, Montana. Two high school friends, Travis and Nate, are on a road trip to Canada when they’re attacked by mysterious and vicious creatures. Nate is stolen into the woods and Travis will stop at nothing to get him back. Travis recruits Nate’s older brother Chris to bring an arsenal and wage war against these monsters in an effort to retrieve Nate.
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I saw this originally at a festival in 2008 and had been searching for years, I’m so thrilled to have found it on amazon prime albeit under a different title. The Paper Dolls that I remembered was still just as good under the title Black Forest, a refreshing take on the theory of Sasquatch with some really well developed plot twists and red herrings. For a low budget film this should worry Hollywood, thouroghly enjoyed this and highly recommend.
Best left unseen
Saw ‘The Sighting’ being fond of horror/thriller regardless of budget (even if not my favourite genre) and being intrigued somewhat by the idea. Despite there being a lot of bad Bigfoot/Sasquatch films, examples of the worst being from SyFy, it is always interesting to have a film involving them and there are the odd entertaining ones too.
‘The Sighting’ is yet another example of how not to do it and is an awful film on its own. There are definitely far worse Bigfoot/Sasquatch films, but that is hardly an endorsement and the film lives up to its taglines and not in a good way at all. Everything that makes the worst Bigfoot/Sasquatch films bad is present here, appreciate its attempts at bringing a more psychological element to the story but very little is done with it and certainly not in a way that is illuminating or interesting.
Adam Pitman fares the least badly. Not just in the otherwise terrible acting (Kent Harper is dull and histrionic and David Blair overdoes it to annoyance, much of it is badly over-acted) but he is also the best thing about the film.
It’s a poor looking film, especially in the excessively nausea-inducing camera work that gives amateurishness a bad thing. The obvious, cheap and badly balanced sound editing really cheapens the mood. The titular creature is utilised poorly, with repetitive, tension-free and borderline cheesy attacks in far too infrequent and brief appearances, as well as the terribly goofy look. Nothing to fear here.
Dialogue is stilted and cheesy, with far too many misplaced jokes that misfire catastrophically, and the story is dull, predictable, dumb and devoid of any kind of sense or logic let alone tension or suspense.
Characters are both underdeveloped and annoying stereotypes, with stupid character behaviours. The actors struggle with little to do, the direction is pedestrian and it’s all tension and fun free with nothing new or interesting to say. The ending is a non-event and the film even throws in gratuitous nudity at hardly appropriate times.
Overall, unbelievably awful and best left unseen. 1/10 Bethany Cox
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min) (USA)
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director David Blair, Adam Pitman
Writer David Blair, Adam Pitman, Adam Stilwell
Actors Adam Pitman, Nathaniel Peterson, Rian Jairell
Country United States
Awards 5 wins
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A