The Legend of Boggy Creek

The Legend of Boggy Creek

A documentary-style drama based on true accounts of the Fouke Monster in Arkansas. It focuses on the lives of back country people and their culture while detailing certain sightings of the monster. This title was a drive-in B movie favorite for it's time.

A documentary-style drama which questions the existence of a monster in an Arkansas swamp. It is really more of a glimpse at lower-class swamp culture from the seventies, though, than a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Legend of Boggy Creek torrent reviews

Caleb C (br) wrote: One of those hidden gems you hope to be able to find. It's like a feast for the eyes and ears of the art film geeks. Seek this one out.

Chris H (nl) wrote: Absolutely brilliant, yes it's cliche but it's such a heartwarming film especially towards the end and it's pretty hard not to cry :)

Madhvi B (jp) wrote: its a suprisingly mature and real - i liked it :)

David F (kr) wrote: A generic kids movie with a happy ending.

Jessica H (nl) wrote: has potential, but is not good enough.

Yuki N (nl) wrote: The movie is so beautiful. I like the cherry blossom shot. It was amazing.

Paul P (au) wrote: Loved Stella St. as a TV series, unfortunately it doesn't work so well as a feature film. This worked so well on TV as the inherent randomness of what you were seeing was surreal. The fact that you had Jack Nicholson and Joe Pesci etc. living in Suburbia next to Jimmy Hill in this little world is just nuts. The cast are great, especially loved John Sessions take on Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, very nice work indeed. The problem here is that the story is not that great. It's a shame really. I'm a huge fan of Peter Richardson, his work on the Comic Strip presents in the 80's was phenomenal. I just don't think that this plays to his strengths. Whilst I'm not a huge fan of this, it has left me hankering for the show, which is a good thing.

Charlotte N (es) wrote: WOOOHA! I can't describe in words how fun this movie is... It's hillarious, exactly my humor!!! The cast is incredible, has alot to do with that. Peter Stormare is soo funny in this movie, he's also swedish and wonderful ;) Brad Renfro is one of the cutest guys on earth, I was sooooo in love with him when he was a kid and had long hair (i liked boys looking like girls....) and the cutest guy in this movie is Keram Malicki-Snchez, he plays a gay boy in this movie and everyone does their part soo good. The kids are awesome too. Some parts in this movie is not 5-stars parts, but overall, the humour and the warmth is GREAAAT!

Christina A (kr) wrote: That was good....but you have to be a Mariah Carey fan to appreciate this movie. I enjoyed it. I'm glad I finally watched it. :)

Dave R (au) wrote: Well it was something that's for sure what sure what to make of it but it was alright something I haven't seen before that's for sure

Tasos L (br) wrote: Only for the few, not for the mass, not for the irrelevant. For those who know and probe into the past!!

Jakob B (fr) wrote: Pier Paolo Pasolini's daring, uncompromising and provocative cinematic vision.

Alexander W (es) wrote: Haunting and mesmerizing

Aleksei E (ca) wrote: On the surface is a simple movie about boredom, adultery, and guilt. Underneath there is a harsh critique on the socio-political situation of post-civil-war Spain. The acting, setting, and dialogue might be a little artificial at times, but the (bautifully edited) symbolism more than makes up for this.

craig m (ca) wrote: will hay funny guy often over looked this is a very funny b&w outing...

Garrett C (au) wrote: Similarly to Dreyer's "Vampyr" (which this movie reminded me of more than a little), there's a lot of great things to be said about this film. Lugosi's performance is one of his most legendary, the reused Universal sets look astonishing as usual, the lighting is beautiful, the atmosphere is perfect, and some of the imagery is unforgettable. Unfortunately also like Vampyr, this movie suffers from being inconsistent, with some truly atrocious acting and a muddled plot. The film is ultimately a minor horror classic (the very first zombie movie ever!), but its shortcomings make it a film only for the devoted horror fans. For those of us who can't get enough of these sorts of films, you won't regret sitting through some of the dull or painfully bad moments, because there's enough striking early gothic brilliance to keep you going.

Emmanuel S (fr) wrote: A mess of a script and flat humour wastes this attempt by "Looney Tunes: Back In Action" to duplicate the energy of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"

Michael D (de) wrote: Convincing performances by Kline, Fanning, and Sarandon. I found it interesting it has been reviewed so poorly. I think the topic is so dismal people don't like the movie, despite good acting. The other aspect is we already know the outcome as it's historical, so the drama is minimal.