Can’t judge a book by its cover? Balderdash! Sometimes you can, and sometimes you can judge a movie by its title. Case in point, I don’t need to know anything else about this particular film, BIGFOOT VS. ZOMBIES, to know that I want to see it. There are maybe some caveats. Like, if I saw the words “directed by” and “Eli Roth” connected to the project, I’d have second thoughts; and third thoughts; and fourth thoughts; and then I’d probably decide to skip it. With that exception, though, I know off the bat that I would, that I WILL, love this movie. It’s got Bigfoot. Battling zombies. I mean, just read the official synopsis: “A scientist creates a toxic cocktail that is accidentally unleashed into the local population and a nearby police ‘body farm’ – creating a small army of flesh-eating zombies – and only one creature of legend, a killer in his own right, can stop the growing hordes of the undead and save humanity.”
Genius. Pure genius. Oscar-worthy genius. I don’t even have to wait until I’ve seen the movie to comment on it. (Netflix dunnae have it, dagnabbit, so Ima have to order myself a copy online.) Since it WASN’T directed by Eli Roth, I can safely recommend it. Come on, people, it’s got BIGFOOT. Fighting ZOMBIES!