When we unleashed this awesome indie Sasquatch flick back in May of 2012, we were happy to see the great reception from viewers and reviewers. Produced by first-time writer/director team of brothers Phillip and Nathan Ellering, Lost Woods is so much more than just another Sasquatch movie. It's hard to put its unique charm into words so we suggest you just watch it for yourself!
Completely worth mentioning here (because it's almost as entertaining as the movie itself) is the National Lampoon review of the film. "Just like Black Swan, but replace lesbian scene with sasquatch fights," writes reviewer Garrett Hargrove. The Lampoon's website has since been taken down but we've taken the liberty of enshrining the full review here:
Darrin Noland leads a deliberate and careful life, but when his old friends spring a camping trip on him it's a good time he can't run from. The escape turns south when Darrin finds out the unsettling news that Warren, someone he has avoided since junior high, is also along for the ride. Darrin attempts to avoid an awkward reunion but horrible events caused by a mysterious creature force him to face his regretful past and take on his beast within.
Written, Directed & Produced by: Phillip and Nathan Ellering
Starring: Joey Brown, Garret Vander Leun, Nina Brissey, Phillip Ellering, Nathan Ellering
For more info visit midnightreleasing.com/lost-woods/