Exists

2014

Adventure / Horror

Exists (2014) download yts

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Cast

Dora Madison as Dora
Brian Steele as Sasquatch
Denise Williamson as Elizabeth
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695.28 MB
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R
23.976 fps
1hr 21 min
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1.23 GB
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R
23.976 fps
1hr 21 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nysalesman 2 / 10

Sanchez Please Go Back to Your Day Job

This movie was awful. Nonetheless, I gave it two stars because at least the Big Foot makeup was good and the actors weren't bad - they just had a God awful script. This is the same old, same old. Cliché characters making stupid decisions that nobody would ever make. In all, it equates to lazy writing. It is possible to make an interesting, scary (and especially believable) horror movie with the characters making intelligent decisions that normal humans would make. In fact, people that make intelligent decisions find themselves in trouble and dying in unusual situations all the time. As a result, you don't have to make a string of stupid mistakes and nonsensical actions to get in trouble, create tension, or die. Making them do so was simply an easy way out for the writers and, I'm just sick of it.

Reviewed by NotAnotherMovieCritic 7 / 10

The Bigfoot Project

Eduardo Sanchez, the creator of The Blair Witch Project, once again reunites himself and his crew deep into the woods. Instead of being attacked by a ghostly witch we never get to see, we are introduced to bigfoot.

After seeing the trailer I was so wanting to see this movie, even though I already knew what to expect, the typical found footage movies. It's nothing short of cliché and repetition. However, this film did actually scare me a little bit and kept me on the edge of my seat.

As a found film footage it doesn't really bring anything new to the, except for a few things, which are pretty good. It's one that will keep you jumping, keep you entertained and definitely keep your heart racing in several scenes. I liked the several Blair Witch throwbacks that were sporadically throughout the film. It was a really cool way to give homage to the movie that made his career.

I have read mixed reviews on this, and as always I don't want people to take my word for it, experience it for yourself and see what you think about it.

Reviewed by Ancient Serpent 3 / 10

Eduardo Sánchez embarrasses both himself and the viewer

Oh dear. Eduardo Sánchez hang your head in shame. The only person who comes out of this with any credit is Mike Elizalde and the makeup department. Now and again I see a film so bad that I'm compelled to open an IMDb account as a warning to the world. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the film where it finally happened. I don't mind 'found-footage' films at all, but this really pushes the genre past the limit of remote believability. Why would you just sit there and not help when your friends are under attack? The main character, Brian, even films whilst his friend is dying next to him without lifting a finger. We're in a camper van about to be pushed over a cliff. Should I get out, or should I film it? Guess what he does? The dialogue is beyond embarrassing. The characters are awful and unlikeable. By the five minute mark, you'll hate them all and you've got all the characterisation you're going to get. They hit a Sasquatch in the car and even capture it on film. You or I would probably turn around, but not these guys. Off they go to the creepy, remote cabin. They film it on a ridge overlooking them. Are they bothered? Nope. Let's go swimming. I only just scraped past the skin-crawling section where Brian starts filming himself making monster noises in the woods in the middle of the night. If this film had been 15 minutes long, that would have been more than enough. It's one redeeming feature is the close-up of the creature at the end and that's why I lifted it up to 3 out of 10. After sitting through the c-list clichés, the makeup is surprisingly good, all things considered. Other than that, this is very, very annoying.

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