• After a very catchy opening song, THE CAPTURE OF BIGFOOT begins. Hunters have caught the hairy horror of the title, only to encounter a second, far crankier creature of its ilk. One hunter is mystically transformed into a dummy, flies through the air, and flops to the ground, proving once more that yetis can't be trusted! Thus, unfolds the classic battle between man and beast-man. We learn the ancient legend of these homicidal hairballs, and how they once protected the Native Americans in the area. Not very well as it turns out. Now, hunters are out to catch and exploit the bellowing behemoths for fun and profit. Can a local forest ranger save these massive mounds of mattress fodder? This is one of the lesser of the bigfoot films, which explains the TROMA connection. Basically, we are treated to over an hour of men in ill-fitting Sasquatch costumes, shrieking / gurgling like they have rattraps stuck on their tongues. The humans aren't much better, consisting of some extremely tiresome characters, including the dimwitted Sheriff Cooper (Wally Flaherty) and the terminally cantankerous Olsen (Richard Kennedy), who obviously have no reason to exist other than to annoy us utterly. MOST MEMORABLE SCENES: #1- Any scene w/ airborne hillbilly dummies! #2- The big finale, complete w/ a car chase, an unnecessary explosion, misuse of earth-moving equipment, a blowtorch tutorial, annnd... more explosions! The only thing that could make this even more fantabulous would be the opening theme song repeated at the end. Wha...? It does repeat?? Oh, huzzah!...