Some filmmakers who are fans of “The Legend of Boggy Creek” chuck their zombie movie and try to hunt for a Bigfoot-type creature in Tennessee in “Taku-He.”
The town of Boggy Creek is under siege by bloodthirsty Bigfeet with mating on their minds in “Bigfoot Wars,” which features past Hubbie nominees C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson.
There’s more than one creature roaming around the woods in “Bigfoot!,” and that causes all sorts of trouble for humans and movie reviewers alike.
Ben Nagy Reviews ‘Cherokee Creek’: We Said it Before, We’ll Say it Again — Don’t Go Potty in Bigfoot’s Woods
Dallas filmmaker Todd Jenkins tells the tale of a backwoods bachelor party crashed by Bigfoot as whangdoodles, garbonzas and heads roll in “Cherokee Creek.”
Ben Nagy reviews ‘HauntedWeen’: Scarce Kentucky Slasher Flick Turns a Haunted House into a Scene of Horror
An ultra-low budget flick made in 1991 in and around Bowling Green, Ky., (home to the famous philharmonic orchestra that performed the Halloween soundtrack) starts out with your typical Michael Myers setup, morphs into a college sex comedy and ends like Blood Sucking Freaks.
An Army Ranger traipses through the Washington wilderness trying to figure out what the hell happened to his fiancee and gets called “chief” a lot in “Big Legend,” which features cameos by two Hubbie Award winners familiar to Mutants everywhere.
Documentary “Monsters Wanted” is less about working hard to scare viewers and more about showing how scaring people is damn hard work. We see how taking a big chance can be scary as hell as Richard Teachout and Janel Nash work to establish the Asylum Haunted Scream Park in Louisville, Ky., back in 2011.
Ben Nagy reviews ‘CarousHELL’: What Would Happen if You Re-did a Michael Douglas Flick With a Killer Unicorn?
CarousHELL — it’s what happens when a carousel unicorn is sent to the edge — and goes over. More blood, breasts and impalings than “Falling Down” in half the time with 4000x fewer pretensions.
Ben Nagy reviews ‘Return of the Slasher Nurse’: Her Last Name Ain’t Nightingale, and Her Sister’s No Better
A killer in a nurse’s outfit and her sister kill a bunch of people while a couple of their victims’ relative decide to go after em in “Return of the Slasher Nurse,” an indy horror flick out of Orange County, Virginia.
Ben Nagy reviews ‘Slaughter Drive’: Intrepid Pennsylvania Trio Defends Their Cul-De-Sac From Sibling Killers
A struggling filmmaker and his two teacher buddies square off against a couple of bloodthirsty killers over the fate of the people living on a Pennsylvania cul-de-sac in “Slaughter Drive.”