Friday, August 14, 2015
The Wild Man of the Navidad (2008)
But when Rogers loses his job, he resorts to charging hunters for use of his property. Before you know it, one of them shoots the creature, and all bets are off.
While this film is no doubt a labor of love and they've successfully given it a grind house feel, we couldn't get through more than twenty minutes of it. The other two people who were watching count Texas Chainsaw Massacre as one of their top ten favorite movies, but the slow pace and mundane, low key dialogue couldn't keep our interest. It was really disappointing since Kim Henkel produced the film. Plus I'm always up for movies with any cryptozoological creatures.