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3.4 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Brian Steele, Dora Madison Burge, Samuel Davis, Roger Edwards
  • Directors: Eduardo Sanchez
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: 6 April 2015
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IJG5502
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,082 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A group of friends set out on a trip to a remote cabin in the Texas Mountains for a weekend of extreme sports, fun and partying. However, when night falls they begin to hear strange and disturbing noises deep in the woods and soon find themselves hunted by an unknown beast… the legendary Bigfoot.

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Not a terrible film but it does have some close-to-terrible components at times (low grade drama school type poor acting, questionable script, seriously questionable decisions from characters etc), which is a shame as it had the potential to be a really great film.

Firstly, if you're not a fan of dumb-kids-explore-spooky-cabin-in-the-woods-and-find-something-horrible-then-make-a-series-of-ridiculously-poor-decisions-that-ultimately-lead-to-their-deaths type films then avoid this, otherwise you will probably hate it. We're talking moments such as the most sensible thing to do to preserve your life is just keep very quiet and still but instead you start screaming as loud as you can into the wilderness about how much the situation sucks (and by the way terrifying creature, we're over here waiting to be torn to shreds just in case we managed to lose you for a moment there and risk getting away etc).

Secondly, after seeing some one star reviews because of the hand-held camera / found-footage style of film, to avoid wasting your money and time do NOT watch this film if you don't like hand-held camera action in the style of Blair Witch, Cloverfield etc. Probably at least 90% of the film is shot in this style. Even if you don't mind this style of cinematography you will still find it frustrating at times as you ask yourself / your film watching companion / the television screen why the hell anyone would still be filming something awful instead of running for their life / mourning the awful death of a loved one / passing out in sheer terror of some unimaginable creature or simply doing your best to beat previously mentioned unimaginable creature to death with whatever you can get your hands on, rather than filming it.
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Nov. 2014
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A bunch of kids go to a cabin in the woods....cue spinner...and we have an angry Bigfoot. On their way to the cabin, they graze a Bigfoot with their vehicle and riles up the otherwise quiet creature. One of the nice things is that we get to see the creature early. There was no real character build up, just a bunch of kids running around screaming out the F-bomb while being chased by a man in a Bigfoot suit, which BTW was pretty nifty. The mouth seemed to be functional.

This was a hand held camera film with the typical nighttime green scenes as well as people whisper in the dark playing "what's that noise" but not nearly as bad as "Willow Creek." This Bigfoot is in East Texas where there have been numerous sightings, some claiming even in Dallas. There is no truth that one played for the 1992 Cowboys. The opening soundtrack gives you the feeling of impending doom. One guy in the group is a camera geek wanting to make a film for U-Tube. So there are small cameras always on everywhere with infinite battery power. Some of the shots, as usual, are ridiculous in order to create the realistic idea they discovered Bigfoot. Nothing like a ground cam. At some point in time the cabin gets electricity.

If you are a fan of the hand held genre, this one no better or worse than the pack. For me personally, it was a waste as I kept waiting for something to happen and then when it does, the camera angle sucked. Soft 3 stars.
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‘Exists’ is about a group of teens who get stalked in the forest by Bigfoot. Only, I just so happen to have seen a horror film before, therefore within the opening five minutes, I had a pretty good idea of what was going to happen every step of the way.

The group of friends is like every other group of friends you’ve seen in every other horror film where five friends go into the woods and come a cropper with rednecks/aliens/vampires (delete as applicable). It’s kind of like ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer,’ but with Bigfoot. They bump into him in their car and – guess what – he doesn’t take kindly to the hit and run and decides to hunt them down. But, before they’re totally wiped out, they crack jokes, are oversexed and generally annoying (plus you have the black man here who feels the need to constantly point out that he’s black –just in case the audience couldn’t work that out on their own).

Some aspects of the film are ‘found footage’ or at least they appear to be. Thankfully not all of it, so it doesn’t confirm to all the latest ‘found footage’ clichés that come with the annoyingly overused genre. Naturally this film doesn’t really have much of a budget. Bigfoot does himself towards the end and he’s not that bad. However, before that you’re left with the obligatory ‘jump scares’ and darkened searches through the woods.

If you like horror films, watch one you already own. If you already own it then you already like it. That way you don’t have to bother with this one. It’s not that bad, it’s just not original enough to warrant a viewing.
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Like many before me my main issue with this film is the end. I LOVE Sánchez work, in fact up until this film I couldn't flaw him. However apart from doing well for most of the film he goes horribly wrong at the end, I have no idea why coz he's the master of deception filming but for some reason went overt here.
I hate to say I actually prefered HUNTING A LEGEND, a more menacing film.

Still I gave EXISTS a reluctant 7/10.
Sanchez should have known better.
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