Willow Creek is written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait (God Bless America, Sleeping Dogs Lie) and quite magnificently only has two main characters, Jim (Bryce Johnson - Sleeping Dogs Lie, God Bless America) and Kellie (Alexie Gilmore - World's Greatest Dad, Labor Day).
This young couple are following in the footsteps of the famous Patterson Gimlin expedition of 1967, as they head out into the wilderness to attempt to secure footage of a Bigfoot.
Despite her skepticism, Kellie has agreed to accompany Jim on his quest to make a documentary about this most elusive of creatures. Together, they strike out along the "Bigfoot Byway" heading for Bluff Creek where Bigfoot was spotted and on to Willow Creek, where they find a small but thriving tourist industry built around the legend of the Sasquatch.
After a series of highly entertaining interviews with the locals and an impromptu song performed by Tom Yamarone, the couple take their tent and head off away from civilization, where they quickly realize that this may not have been the best idea.
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