World premiering at the SXSW Film Festival, Tim Anderson chimes in with his thoughts on Andrew Bowser’s microbudget Jimmy Tupper VS. The Goatman of Bowie. “I’d venture to guess by the production quality that this was a feature film shot for well under the catering expenses on even a super-low budget film. For that I commend the filmmakers for fighting to get their vision across. I wanted to like Jimmy Tupper vs. The Goatman of Bowie but in the end it just left me wanting a better made film with a better told story.” Click the title for the full review. Keep up with all of our SXSW coverage by clicking here.
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