Ape Canyon


Comedy / Drama

IMDb Rating 5.4 10 35

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May 05, 2021 at 07:22 PM



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682.29 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by stevepat99 1 / 10

Had to abort watching a brainless, arrogant, psycho!

Finally, my hands went way up in the air as I muttered 'ENOUGH'! Cal is a young man who convinces his sister to go on a guided expedition to find big foot. There is so much that could go 'right' with this premise, however, at the half way point it was clear that Cal was an unrepentant arrogant, brainless, psycho who is totally detached from reality. It is one thing to be 'eager' to go it alone into the wilderness, what would likely be a suicide quest, and a quantum leap worse when Cal is willing become a criminal felon to continue his insane quest. Whether Cal does or does not find big foot is irrelevant when the main thrust is to convince us at every turn that Cal is one very sick young man in dire need of appropriate treatment. That being the case there was every reason to abort this utter, nonsensical film. I will add the Jackson Trent did a fine job portraying a brainless, arrogant, psycho Cal.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 5 / 10


We love Bigfoot movies enough to have an entire Letterboxd list devoted to them. Ape Canyon offers something that no other film on that list does. It's a life crisis film wrapped up in a need to find a living sasquatch.

Cal Piker (Jackson Trent, who also was in Bad Witch) reappears in the life of his sister Samantha (Anna Fagan) and demands that she go to Oregon with him to look for Bigfoot, a trip that he has paid for with her credit card.

The trip to Ape Canyon means facing danger and being guided by the Bigfoot Investigation Organization, which starts with everyone's money being stolen and then the group left in the woods to die.

Just as much a road trip and exploration of what happens when life doesn't live up to our dreams, Ape Canyon is anything but just another bigfoot movie. Joshua Land, its director, also co-directed the aforementioned Bad Witch, which also nicely sidesteps convention. I really liked how past meetings with the mysterious monster are only shown in animated form. I'm interested to see what he and screenwriter Harrison Demchick do next.

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