Put down your football fingers and pick up your cryptozoology hats! Terror Films just announced the release of two terrifying documentaries to VOD platforms. Boggy Creek Monster: The Truth Behind The Legend and The Mothman of Point Pleasant. Both films are written and directed Seth Breedlove, as part of his Small Town Monsters series. I watched The Boggy Creek Monster a few months ago on Amazon Prime, and found it fascinating. It is a tense, informative doc about a Bigfoot-type creature terrorizing the families of a sleepy Arkansas town. The Mothman on the other hand, is a reportedly “large flying man with 10-foot wings whose eyes glowed red”. Legend claims that this creature was responsible for the collapse of a bridge in 1967 that killed 46 people in the town of Point Pleasant.
Boggy Creek Monster: The Truth Behind The Legend
A feature length documentary chronicling the bizarre and often-disturbing tales of a swamp monster said to lurk in Southern Arkansas is making its way to screens. The film is titled Boggy Creek Monster and is the third in a series called Small Town Monsters. The film centers around the true stories that inspired the famed Charles B Pierce-directed, 1972 horror film, The Legend of Boggy Creek. While the setting and stories have been revisited in multiple, campy horror films and occasionally featured on television shows such as Finding Bigfoot, the reality behind the Fouke Monster sightings has never been documented. All that will change when Small Town Monsters release their picture.
The Mothman of Point Pleasant
Small Town Monsters returns for their fourth cryptozoology documentary! The Mothman of Point Pleasant chronicles the historic happenings that took place over the span of 13 months in 1966-67 in West Virginia. After a late-night run in with a freakish flying “thing” near an abandoned munitions factory, four people report their sighting to local police which sparks a “media frenzy”. Over the following year more strange happenings take place as Men in Black and UFOs descend on the town.