Bigfoot horror film, Monstrous

Trailer Released for Upcoming Bigfoot Horror, ‘Monstrous’ (WATCH)

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The mere thought of most cryptids potentially existing is enough to make a person shudder, but that doesn’t stop us from eating up the frequent films that feature these creatures. The new Bigfoot horror movie, Monstrous, gives us another opportunity to look at the dark side of monsters that could be lurking behind every tree.

With just a few weeks until its release, Uncork’d Entertainment has finally posted a trailer for the film. While there are plenty of terrible Bigfoot horror films out there – looking at you, Curse of Bigfoot – the Monstrous trailer looks extremely promising.

Monstrous Trailer

The slated release date of August 11 is only a few weeks out, and we’ve finally got a full synopsis and trailer. Here you go:

“Sylvia, a lonely 20-something, goes searching for answers after her friend mysteriously vanishes in Whitehall, NY, an Adirondack town known for its Bigfoot sightings. She sets off with a mysterious, charming young woman, Alex, hellbent on getting to Whitehall for different reasons. Sylvia soon learns that hiding in the woods is an evil more sinister than she could ever imagine.”

The film is directed by Bruce Wemple and features Anna Shields, Rachel Finninger, Hannah McKechnie, and more. Enjoy the trailer here:

Looks pretty awesome, right? You won’t find a mass of reviews out there for this Bigfoot horror film just yet, but they’ll come soon enough. You can snag the movie on DVD and On-Demand upon its release.

What’s Your Go-To Bigfoot Horror Film?

Do you have your own Bigfoot horror film you’re absolutely addicted to? What about a real Sasquatch story??? Tell us about them in the comments, and let us know what you think about the Monstrous trailer! We’re definitely all-in for this one, and we’ll send you the review once we get a chance to watch.

Curt has been an avid horror fan since sneaking the VHS of "Child's Play" out of his parents' room at the age of 8. Now he gets his jollies from found footage, B horror flicks, and films that couldn't pull off a theatrical release.