Bobcat Golthwait was best known for acting in the "Police Academy" movies, but has since moved on to directing. While he was noticed for his work on "Windy City Heat," he was eventually taken seriously after the dark comedy "World's Greatest Dad," starring Robin Williams.
Golthwait is now back with a new micro-budget horror film, called "Willow Creek," and we now have a trailer for it. The movie is currently in the middle of its festival run, but has yet to get a release date. Check out the trailer below, which contains a bit of nudity and some language.
Plot: Jim and his girlfriend Kelly are in Willow Creek, California, to retrace the steps of Bigfoot researchers Patterson and Gimlin, who, in 1967, recorded the most famous film of the legendary monster. Kelly is a skeptic, along for the ride to spend time with her boyfriend between acting gigs. Jim, a believer, hopes to capture footage of his own, so his camera is constantly rolling.
I can't believe I'm seeing an article about a mythical creature that isn't a vampire or a zombie. Fair play for trying to be original, shame about the over used cliche hand held execution though. You want originality? Watch Troll Hunter.
This looks dumb.
I really liked God Bless America, and I hate politics, but it was pretty damn good commentary.
The scene when they kill the guy supposed to be Glen Beck/Bill Oreilly is priceless.
Oh, and when he shoots that sweet 16 girl in the face while shes in the parking lot of her school? haha
Chloe, was her name?
And again, I don't give a $hit about either side when it comes to politics.
This is clichéd to a degree I almost find suspect, as if the actual film is going to reveal some twist to the whole premise, or end up a straight parody. Given Golthwait's previous films, such wouldn't surprise me.