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Willow CreekA man (Bryce Johnson) and his girlfriend (Alexie Gilmore) camp in the woods to capture firsthand evidence of Bigfoot, only to fall into something much deeper, darker, and queasier.
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Directors of "Willow Creek"Bobcat GoldthwaitBirthdate: 26 May 1962, Syracuse, New York, USA
Creators of "Willow Creek"Bobcat GoldthwaitBirthdate: 26 May 1962, Syracuse, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Willow Creek"Hollywood ReporterJanuary 05, 2015
Despite the impressively committed performances by the two leads and the screenplay's touches of sly humor, the proceedings are mostly all too redolent of the endless found-footage horror films that have followed in the wake of The Blair Witch ProjectRogerEbert.comJune 06, 2014
"Willow Creek" is a defiant slow burn.New York TimesJune 05, 2014
Mr. Goldthwait gives us lovely, buttery daylight scenes, nicely relaxed leads and dialogue that pays attention to fluctuating gender dynamics.New York Daily NewsJune 05, 2014
The parts are greater than the whole, but there's a lot to like here, including the easy interplay between the leads.AV ClubJune 05, 2014
He may be seriously slumming by putting a modern spin on 1972's The Legend Of Boggy Creek, but at least Goldthwait's done his homework.Village VoiceJune 03, 2014
A found-footage horror cheapie that turns out to be its creator's warmest, most satisfying work.StarburstOctober 11, 2015
Af ound footage experience that actually works.TheHorrorShowAugust 24, 2015
Probably the best Bigfoot horror flick out there.Cinemaphile.orgMay 06, 2015
Enthusiasts of the simplicity of the original "Blair Witch" picture will admire that it falls well within the tradition of keeping things low-tech.StarburstJanuary 05, 2015
Willow Creek is a well-crafted, slow-burning horror that uses the found footage approach to deliver a movie that is just as much about what you don't see as what you do. A found footage movie as it should be done.NerdistJanuary 05, 2015
While the final "reveal" feels at once expected but out of nowhere, Willow Creek is a solid look inside the mind of someone obsessed with one of our weird national myths.About.comJanuary 05, 2015
Bobcat Goldthwait has proven himself to be such an outside-the-box visionary, it's unfathomable that his fertile mind could produce something as pedestrian as Willow Creek.
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