Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: James Back / Avery Guerra
You know, some celebrities just don't know how to handle the paparazzi. They are always getting in fights with them or trying to run away from them. Well, the character Satantha ( aka Demonfoot) in James Baack's upcoming horror film, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot", knows just how to handle a nosy reporter. She simply cuts him up into little pieces with a jigsaw. It's not a very passive way to handle a unwanted visitor, but someone needed to start putting the press in check.
For those of you who don't know much about Satantha, well what can you say, she is just your typical Witch who likes to wear a pig mask and a guerrilla costume and dabbles in serial killing.
Sounds pretty whack, I know, but underneath the swine mask and fur is the lovely actress Andrea Hutchison who is very easy on the eyes.
Thanks to James Baack for sending along this very first still from his film, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot."
The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot (3D) - Beauty And The Beast....Well, More Like Beauty Is The Beast.. / The First Look At Demonfoot From The Bloody Rage Of Pigfoot...I Mean Bigfoot / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot - New Trailer And Filming News / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot - Bigfoot Revealed! / The First Image Of The Monster From The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot / The First Publicity Stills From The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot / The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot Trailer And Teaser Poster / James Baack Is Conjuring Up A Bloody Bigfoot Movie In 3D
Yes, I'd like to order the new Emma Peel tape, please. And do you have one where she kicks really high?From Slash Film Shane Black has worked with one kind of Avenger in Iron Man 3, but he may be setting his sights on a different Avengers...
By speaking the magic word "SHAZAM" Billy Batson can transform himself into a costumed adult with the powers of superhuman strengthWe just added four classic 'golden age' Whiz comics to our online store so we thought it best to provide a brief history of Capt...
From The Playlist Todd McFarlane has certainly shown he knows how to talk up his directorial debut, “Spawn,” before a frame has even be...