If you go into a movie called Bigfoot with a serious mind, then your idiot brain will have you thinking that this movie absolutely awful. Don't get me wrong. Bigfoot is definitely a mess, filmed on an ultra-low budget with laughable acting and effects, however it's not without it's so-bad-it's-good charm. The story concerns dishonorably discharged solder Jack Sullivan (Todd Cox) who, along with his young daughter, heads back to his small home town in Ohio where he rekindles his longtime friendship with best friend and town sheriff Bob Perkins (played by Bob Gray, who also wrote and directed this silly film, which happens to revolve a little too much on himself) and start a new friendship with Park Ranger Sandy Parker (Liza Foster). Immediately, lots of dead carcasses of animals start showing up everywhere, until eventually humans start showing up dead, all with their hearts or livers removed by none other than Bigfoot. The Bigfoot action is plentiful as he runs around amassing a large body count (unfortunately too many of them are offscreen) and creating minimally gory set-pieces. Like I said, this film has it's charming moments and attempts to go all out on such a small budget, however it provides way more unintentional laughs than thrills. Bob Gray and his allowance of his film to focus/glorify way too much on a supporting character is a hoot, but eventually he gets out of the picture and the real protagonist manages to lead us through a surprisingly engaging Rambo-style climax, albeit on an extremely small budget. Comical, but definitely not the best. Not sure what possessed Troma to buy this film and distribute it, especially after witnessing first-hand mistreatment by them towards superior films that deserved distribution. Oh well.