“The ‘70s and ‘80s were full of Sasquatch flicks, but this...this is something else. How any self-respecting person could look at this and think it's okay to release just blows my mind.” -- Geoff T., Letterboxd
“The POD PEOPLE of family-friendly Bigfoot films.” -- Daily Grindhouse
See Bigfoot. See Bigfoot run. See Bigfoot run away from those trying to kill him. Paul is very young. See Bigfoot befriend Paul. See Paul’s father, the park ranger, try to catch an escaped tiger. Paul tries to dissuade Paul’s father. Paul’s father is in a jam, for everyone in town is on edge, and wants the tiger killed. Paul tries to keep Bigfoot a secret...
CRY WILDERNESS is basically the equivalent of a children’s storybook Bigfoot story. Bonus: director Jay Schlossberg-Cohen and writer Philip Yordan were two of the strange people responsible for the most ridiculous horror omnibus of all time: NIGHT TRAIN TO TERROR!
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