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Sam Elliott Killed Hitler, and Now He’s After Bigfoot

We scream for original films and now we’re getting one. Imagine a world in which the same man who assassinated Hitler is sent off to do the same to Bigfoot…

John Sayles is exec producing and the great Sam Elliott (Tombstone) has come aboard to star in writer/director Robert Krzykowski’s The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot.

The story follows a legendary American war veteran named Calvin Barr (Elliott) who, decades after serving in WWII and assassinating Adolf Hitler, must now hunt down the fabled Bigfoot. Living a peaceful life in New England, the former veteran is contacted by the FBI and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to lead the charge as the creature is carrying a deadly plague and is hidden deep inside the Canadian wilderness.

I love the idea that Bigfoot is sick and therefore needs to be killed before he spreads some sort of disease. This is the kind of weird and unique genre films we need!

But wait! It gets even better! Deadline reports that Krzykowski will also produce with genre fav Lucky McKee (The Woman, The Woods, May), as well as Patrick Ewald and Shaked Berenson.

Principal photography is set for August 2017 on the East Coast.


9 Comments
  • Elizabeth

    I will watch Sam Elliott do anything. ANYTHING.

    • James Allard

      Beat me to it. But yeah.

  • Judge Satchmo

    What the…? How the….? Who in their right mind would….? Oh f$&k it I’m sold. Just take my money now.

  • Eddy Foote

    At least it isn’t more found footage crap.

  • Creepshow

    Sam “Hitler Slayer” Elliott vs. Bigfoot

    Coming to a Redbox near YOU!

  • ShadowInc

    The Squatch abides.

    • Judge Satchmo

      Damn it, yes.

  • dukeblues

    Sam Elliot would make a cool Loomis.

  • kracker

    Elliot could just talk to Bigfoot with that voic and Bigfoot would want to learn how to talk so cool and come closer then BOOM!!! Sorry but anything encouraging killing Bigfoot I don’t like.

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