I think it would be fair to say that the filming technique was somewhat similar to The Blair Witch Project. And much like Blair Witch it is steeped in mystery. From time to time I do get strange packages in the mail, books and DVD’s. I have no clue where they come from. I guess I am just on some strange mailing lists.

Last week some DVD’s arrived. The envelope at least gave me a clue. Reality Entertainment. This was not the first time I have received packages from them. But I am still at a loss to understand how they got my name and address. The DVD’s never come with any information, they are just in black slip covers. I don’t even get an email.

The latest strange delivery contained the usual 3 DVD’s in black paper slip covers. Not having the drive to tackle other projects I decided to see what these strange DVD’s might contain. I started off with a documentary about the Loch Ness monster. I can’t say that I found anything much new, but it was fun. Next came a rather interesting film about Aleistar Crowley. This one is well worth watching.

Today I had some down time and decided to watch Black Water Creek – Legend of Sasquatch. I was not sold on the title, my thoughts were that this was going to be a badly crafted movie with a guy in an ape suit frolicking in the distance. I was wrong. This actually is a gritty indie movie that holds your attention. Although made on a small budget, it is captivating.

I liked it so much that I went out to explore more about the film. But that is pretty darn hard. Reality Entertainment are hard to get hold of. iMDB have little to say on the subject. Amazon has never heard of the movie. Digging deeper I came across the production company 5th Underground. Hey Vodka and movie making work for me.

All roads are a dead end right now. I am sure that I am being Blair Witched. Time will tell.

Well I still think it is worth watching. The only thing I can legally do is show the trailer that YouTube has.


Simon Barrett

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