Sightings (2017) is a English movie. Dallas Morgan has directed this movie. Boo Arnold,Tahlia Morgan,Rawn Erickson,Dante Basco are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Sightings (2017) is considered one of the best Adventure,Drama,Mystery,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
A character-driven sci-fi mystery about a dysfunctional family living on a ranch in TX threatened by a cryptid in their woods. Ultimately, they must overcome their interpersonal conflict in order to unite and survive.
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Surprisingly well done for an indie flick about bigfoot aliens. A movie like this could've gone way wrong and been super cheesy. This had a Hitchcockian feel to it. Simple, basic production with a focus on human characters. No flashy, gimmicky SFX. Refreshing approach to the sci-fi/horror genre.
Very enjoyable movie. One of the more down-to-earth sci-fi films I've seen. I appreciated the minimal special effects and the non-reliance on blood/gore and action. Good, relatable performances and fun characters. I'd recommend this movie to those more interested in thrillers/dramas than sci-fi action movies. I will say that Bigfoot as an alien was an interesting and unique take on the Sasquatch myth.
Big problem on IMDb now. Go and check what else all the 10 star reviews rated. Nothing. Now I have to go research the reviews before I can actually trust the content? Translation: This movie stinks.
I don't know what to think of this movie. Apparently the makers couldn't choose between a monster- and a scifi-movie and decided to combine the two, which in my humble opinion didn't really work. Bigfoot seems one of the most down-to-earth creatures that the monster-genre came up with and the suggestion that he's somehow of extra-terrestrial origin sounds plain ridiculous. The combination with alien abduction of humans seems even more weird: are we to understand that aliens planted Bigfoots to serve as carriers of humans or as alien outposts?? It's rather a shame, because when you can overlook the silly premise and ditto story, this is actually not a bad movie. I was particularly surprised by the photography that is very original and effective, with unusual camera-angles. And by the direction and editing, many scenes are allowed remarkably much time, for instance we see main character Boo Arnold like a whole minute sit pensive in his car before he gets out, or stand still for some time in the fields just pondering about all the strange goings-on. It may sound a bit boring and way too slow, but it actually fits in the story and helps us to commiserate and sympathize with him. The acting is also quite good, not only Boo Arnold is very convincing as the sober-minded (ex-)sheriff and protective father, but also Tahlia Morgan as his daughter does a fine job. And they took the sensible decision to keep Bigfoot for the most part of the movie out of sight of the camera. This way creepy atmosphere and suspense can predominate, in stead of the for this kind of movie usual cheap graphic right-in-your-face scares and silly furry ape-suits. So although this is not Oscar-winning material, there still is enough to enjoy. I only wished that they had stuck to Bigfoot and left the scifi out. Especially the ultimate scene with the big shadow (I won't give it away!) felt like a total let-down to me.
This movie scared the heck out me. On the edge of me seat the whole time.