You and your bigfoot crap: I wrote a story published in Biker 10 years ago about bikers vs. a Bigfoot and I never see THAT bandied about this site like a cheap tawdry bimbo like I do YOUR Bigfoot sargasso coils of suffocating morasses of life-choking monotony book-cover exhaustions. I'll be over there in five minutes. Sawed-off shotguns at five paces. I've had it.
that book depicted looks kinda iffy. but that movie looks fantastic!
Hey, let's face it, on my blog I plug my books. Occasionally.The movie is unquestionably better than that book.
Bill, you're modesty is ticking me off. Be honest; your book and that movie are on a par.
Shamefully having not yet read A MAMMOTH MURDER, I can still say with no doubt whatsoever that it's better than BIGFOOT's sibling film CREATURE FROM BOGGY CREEK, the first really bad film I paid allowance money to see. A whole lot better. That's still not saying much. Somehow, I managed to miss BIGFOOT.
I thought I was the only person in the world who'd actually seen that BOGGY CREEK movie.
Some of us are simply too optimistic, at any age. But at least Sunn Classic Pictures went on to other wonders, which I avoided.
The worst file a I ever saw of this type was a stinker once years ago on television. It was title, I think, Sasquatch and had a woman that had been a prisoner of one for six months. She wore a snow white slip, not a smudge of dirt in evidence, and her perfectly coiffed hair still had every strand in place. She was rescued by a bike club(looking all nice in their windbreakers and riding their Hondas). It was so "authentic" I laughed all the way through.
Being from the television generation, I've been enjoying Jack's Meat Snacks' "Messin' with Sasquatch" ad campaign. Long live Bigfoot.
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