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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot (#1 Will Blow Your Mind) | 2019 | NR | – 3.6.9

content-ratingsWhy is “15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot” rated NR? The MPAA has not rated this film. The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes an implied threat of sexual assault, pictures containing partial nudity, a man is shot and bloody wounds are shown, several partially decomposed bodies, threats with guns and knives, people are thrown by a creature in thick woods, people vomiting, discussions of drug trafficking, and over 40 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


When a frustrated reporter (Brian Emond) takes on one more go-nowhere assignment, he’s not prepared for what he’s about to discover. After connecting with a Bigfoot sleuth, they make their way through the Georgia countryside tracking what they think might just be the mythical being, only to discover a very dark truth about what is really happening in those woods. Also with Chris Dortch II, Grahamm Edwards, Dexter Fugerson, Nick Gibbons, Virginia Kirby, Chris Mayers, Jonathon Pawlowski, Tevin Williams and Kyle Gillis. Directed by Zach Lamplugh. [Running Time: 1:23]

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot SEX/NUDITY 3

 – A picture on a wall shows several partially clothed men and women and we see glimpses of bare breasts, buttocks, legs, abdomens and backs. A picture of a half-man half-horse is shown and we see the human portion’s bare chest and abdomen and what could be pubic hair below the waist.
 A man seems to be suggesting that he plans to sexually assault another man (“We’re gonna go ‘Deliverance’ on your [anatomical term deleted”).

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot VIOLENCE/GORE 6

 – A man shoots another man three times and we see bloody wounds. A man moves toward a man from behind and snaps his neck, and the man falls to the ground motionless. A woman holds a knife to a man’s throat and says that she is going to “gut him like a fish.”
 We hear roaring and growling coming from off-screen as people are thrown and thrashed around; a man is struck and it seems like his head is torn off, and a woman is grabbed and thrown through the air. Three men run away from a place where they had been held captive and other men shoot at them; one gunman is punched in the face by a man. A man with a gun stands over a man kneeling on the ground and says, “We’re gonna go ‘Deliverance’ on your [anatomical term deleted],” and the man continues to say that they are going to mess the men up and moans in a sexual manner. A police officer stops men running through the woods and holds them at gunpoint until another man hits him in the head with a beer bottle, breaking the bottle and then kicks the officer twice while he is on the ground. A man with a gun stands next to a vehicle, he reaches into the car, puts a bag over a man’s head, and pulls him out of the car; the man is taken to the jungle where he meets other men and they talk about craft brewing and using ex-journalists as slaves to work the hops.
 Three men find a dead body in the woods and we see its decomposed remains with bones and blood visible. A man hears rustling in woods and he is struck over the head and knocked out; we see him being dragged away and see him later tied in a building. Two men in a tent at night hear noises and a moaning sound outside and when they wake up in the morning they see that their camp has been trashed and a frying pan has been snapped in half with the handle driven into a tree trunk nearby. A man jumps on another man’s back and they wrestle briefly until the attacker seems to pass out (he’s drunk). Two men with guns approach two other men as a police officer tells them to put on handcuffs and they refuse. Several bodies in varying degrees of decay are shown with bloody wounds and the partial remains of a human skull with gooey flesh. A woman slaps a man across the face. Three men plan an escape and we see another of their group gagged and held at gunpoint by another man.
 A woman is identified as being on the FBI’s most wanted list for drug trafficking. A man argues with another man and says, “Don’t ditch me.” Three men argue in several scenes. A man interviews two women that say they are not homeless but that they are “Urban Camping” and all they need is each other and drugs as they set up a shelter next to a dumpster. People talk about the opioid epidemic and opioid related deaths. A man refers to having gotten several DUIs. A man says that he would “Take a swing at that cop. I’d kill him.” A man warns another man that he may experience “unwanted animal attention” during the night while in a tent in the woods. A man accuses another man of having anger management issues. A man shows men held in a stable and calls them captives. A man says, “They’re gonna murder Zack.”
 A man vomits twice while walking in the woods and after a dead body is found (we see goo). A man vomits in a car (we see goo). A man has jars of urine in his house and he drinks from one of them as another man gags from the smell. A man finds a large pile of feces in the woods and uses a pencil to take a sample for testing; a man says that the feces are his and points to soiled toilet paper in a nearby tree.

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot LANGUAGE 9

 – About 45 F-words and its derivatives, 1 obscene hand gesture, 1 sexual reference, 55 scatological terms, 7 anatomical terms, 20 mild obscenities, name-calling (sick, slipping, stoner, moron, crybaby, sissy, coward, hillbilly criminals, redneck, haters, truck [anatomical term deleted], emotional, trash, prick, weirdo, too much, strange, loser, semi-violent drunk cousin, GameStop Indiana Jones, dude, rando, drunk [F-word deleted] cousin, dumb [anatomical term deleted]), exclamations (wow, calm down, lit, shut-up, oh my gosh, suck it, shut the [F-word deleted] up), 2 religious profanities (GD), 14 religious exclamations (e.g. Jesus Christ, He Cancels On God, Oh God, Oh My God, Oh My [F-word deleted] God, Holy [scatological term deleted]). | profanity glossary |

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot SUBSTANCE USE

 – A man smokes a drug from a pipe and later inhales smoke from a plastic bag, a man talks about CBD oil cryptocurrency, a man talks about making artisanal antibiotics (we see chunks of a white brick being cut off), a man holds a bag of Fentanyl and we see many wrapped packages of white powder in a warehouse, a woman says that she and her group smuggle heroin through the woods, a man says that people in the woods do meth and we see several hypodermic needles on the ground, a man refers to “weed,” people talk about the opioid epidemic and opioid related deaths, and a man talks about the hops they use to brew beer being right next to the cocaine as he points off-screen. A man holds a beer and talks about craft brewing in Ukraine, a man gives another man a glass of beer in a jungle, and a photo shows the Prime Minister of Canada holding a glass of beer. A man vapes a few times.

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Journalism, investigative reporting, click-bait, judging people, drug cartels, Bigfoot enthusiasts, obsession, organized crime, mythical creatures, global warming grudges, family, lying to get attention.

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Bigfoot MESSAGE

 – Bigfoot hates guns.

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