The past couple of years has seen a resurgence of Bigfoot-based horror flicks, taking full advantage of the ever weakening found footage genre. But 'Nigel and Oscar vs. the Sasquatch' will be attempting to shake things up a little by hopefully bringing with it a heap of giggles. Paul Brittain ('Saturday Night Live') and Adam Herschman ('Nurse 3-D') take the title roles as two geeks who head out into the wilderness to track down the legendary Sasquatch. A psychotic woodsman tracker (played by 'Scrubs' star Neill Flynn) and a skeptical young woman (played the sexy Christine Bently -below ('Shark Night')) also join the duo on their hunt. The Frame 29 Films and Mudbrick Media co-production finds 'Convergence' helmer Drew Hall directing from a script by James Weldon.
Tim Meadows, Dean J. West, Sherri Eakin, John McConnell, Chip Carriere, Tony Sanford and Boogie Dabney also star in the production that is currently underway in Alabama.
"Uber geeks Nigel and Oscar want nothing more than to capture definitive evidence of a Sasquatch. When their guide bails on them, they must resort to using a mis-matched group of outdoor enthusiasts. Meanwhile, their rival Claus, also on the hunt for the "Squatch", races to beat them to the prize in this documentary style comedy."