Charles B. Pierce brings us this chilling docu-horror film based on a legendary swamp monster in Fouke, Arkansas called "The Fouke Monster".
This film was one I saw previews of back in 1972 and just those scared the hell outta me. This is a terrifying journey involving some of the actual people involved in the sightings of the monster. there are some genuine scares in this film, and the last 25 minutes are the best.
The Jaime Mendoza Nava score is timeless as always. The music for this film, except for the folk songs is also the music used in "Equinox".
I have always loved this film and I cannot recommend it enough. Don't listen to all the put owns, check it our for yourself.