Films: Sasquatch Hunters (2005)
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Whoever said it was okay to raid...okay, so let's just assume that these people had no idea that they were stumbling upon a burial for some very real Bigfoots. In that case...sucks to be them.
History: Somewhere in the forests of America, there is an isolated tribe of Sasquatches, living peacefully with nature and away from humanity. But it wasn’t built to last, as some wiseacres showed up and started to raid their burial sites for the sake of fame and science. Naturally, this pissed them all off, and now we have a whole bunch of ape-men coming for these involuntary grave robbers' heads...
Notable Kills: One guy gets slammed into a tree branch by a Sasquatch clutching him by the feet.
Final Fate: After the majority of the folks are killed, the survivors manage to fend the monsters off before getting the Hell out of there. The Sasquatches proceed to re-bury the bones, as well as some new ones from those who got shot.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-You might see the occasional suit or two, but aside from that, it's all bad CGI. All of that savagery and hair (dear God, the hair) simply cannot be replicated digitally on a shoestring budget. Also, it was kind of our fault that they got so angry. For all we know, stealing bones is to them a declaration of war.
Trivia: -The Sasquatch, or at least one of them, was referred to as Lucy by the crew, most likely being based off one of the most famous reconstructions of Australopithecus Afarensis, one of mankind's earliest ancestors.
-Wanna know how little of a budget the crew had? Just remember that they had to have most of their script meetings at the local Fuddruckers because they couldn't afford a production office.