Some wonderful feedback for our review of 'The Dooms Chapel Horror'.
I'm always wary when it comes to Sasquatch/Bigfoot films, as since Harry and The Hendersons, there hasn't been one that has stood out. That is, until now.
The scariest monsters are always the ones that retain some form of humanity. This doesn't have to be physical, who doesn't feel some pang of compassion when they see the demise of the captured Arachnid in 'Starship Troopers'? It is natural to anthropomorphise, natural to put both feet firmly in the boots of the character and try to feel what they feel.
This, Misters and Gentleladies, is the main reason why I am usually put-off by creature features. There is something about a faceless, featureless, compassionless antagonist that just seems to turn me off, a lack of empathy killing any real connection that I have to the film. So, it was with some trepidation that I set-out to watch John Portanova's 'Valley of the Sasquatch'.