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CHEROKEE CREEK
2018 / Horror, Comedy
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Directed by Todd Jenkins
Written by Todd Jenkins
Starring Billy Blair, Todd Jenkins, Justin Armstrong, Olivia Sabini, Justin Duncan and Terry Dale Parks

A bachelor party in the woods gets crashed by the ultimate party animal.

The following tags are associated with this movie: monster
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Cherokee Creek (2018)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

3 / 10
Its run time of 2hrs is pretty ambitious given that fuck-all happens throughout the majority of the movie. There's a few chuckles to be had and some okay Bigfoot action at the end but it's pretty fucking boring throughout with plenty of bum-ass annoying and stupid characters.

I can't recommend this shit.
Cherokee Creek (2018)
Review by Michael Mahoney

1 / 10
Sometimes my reviews can go a bit longer than they really need to. For some films, I think it's worth examining much of the film, from performances to the special effects, and at times, maybe it's a bit much. I'll try not to make the same error with Cherokee Creek, though, and the only point I really need to make clear is just how utterly unenjoyable I found this piece of trash.

I honestly thought the film was a joke at first - to me, the film felt so bad, they had to know it was bad, and there was going to be some early reveal about how it was a movie-in-a-movie type situation or something. But the movie kept going and going with these jokes that don't even approach amusing.

Cherokee Creek is an hour and 56 minutes. We don't get about any Bigfoot action until about an hour and ten minutes in, and unfortunately, it's far, far, far, far, far too late to make any positive difference. It's true that for a lower-budget film, the special effects are good, but damn it, by the time they show up, I wish I were dead already multiple times over. The nudity might have helped out if I was quite a bit younger, but it didn't do anything for me here. None of the characters were remotely likable, and few of the performances were decent.

If the film had been shorter, the movie still would have been bad, but I will say that, had it been only an hour, the film definitely would have been more digestible and wouldn't have gotten nearly as low a score. There was an ultra low budget film I saw some time ago called What Happens in the Mountains - Should Stay in the Mountains, a movie that was 40 minutes long and doesn't even have an IMDb page. That film knew what it was, kept things short, and despite the lower-budget, rather amused me at times.

Cherokee Creek did nothing of the sort. I think I laughed once toward the beginning (with the foul-mouthed old woman), but that was about it.

The movie opens with two of the actors pointing guns at the camera commending the audience for watching the film (providing they paid for it), and went on to comment that if the audience didn't pay for the film (or pirating it, which is the only way I'd recommend watching this), they'd need to buy it after finishing the film because of how good we'd undeniably find it.

I didn't pay for this. Luckily, it was uploaded on one of the many streaming sites I use, which is a good thing, as this movie was complete and utter trash. Maybe in the future, I can find the words to explain why, but for now, after having just finished it, I don't much feel like spending more time on this. 0.5/10 (rounded up to 1/10 because you can't rate a movie 0/10 on here).
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