"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Sasquatch"

Films: Cry Wilderness (1987)

Alias: None

Type: Unknown, possibly Mystical

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: Slightly larger than that of an average human.

Affiliation: Good

Summary: Any kid who claims to have known the enigmatic ape-man of the American Northwest should probably be less of a putz than this one. We don't make the rules around here. That's just the way it is.

History: Paul is one of those kids who just knows Bigfoot. He just does, roll with it. Anyway, he runs off to the Californian forest after the ape-man brings him a message that his father is in grave danger. Turns out, there's a large Bengal tiger going around killing everything, and now Paul can participate (read: annoy) in the hunt.

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: Honestly, Bigfoot just stands around as everything falls into place. The tiger is put in safe captivity, a hunter gets his eyes pecked out so he can be left for dead, and not everyone totally hates Paul when he gets back to school (except the audience, of course).

Powers/Abilities: Teleportation...telepathy...we think...?

Weakness: Unknown.

Scariness Factor: 1.5-Aside from looking like Meatloaf if he went feral, there's nothing really intimidating about this iteration of Bigfoot. He only really wants to help, and is almost always a cheery and collected soul.

Trivia: -Honestly, we're just going to skip this part. You and I both know that we only gave this film a gander because it appeared in the 2017 reboot of "Mystery Science Theater 3000".

Image Gallery

Same goes for trash cinema.
Suddenly, tiger. No, really. That happens in the film.
Why is that somehow creepier than the actual product?!
Remember, this takes place as the villain is having his eyes gouged out by an eagle.