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Grindhouse Double Feature: The Curse of Bigfoot/Cathy's Curse [DVD]

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Synopsis

The Curse of Bigfoot
This film is comprised of a hoary monster movie from the early '60s with new footage tacked on to the beginning and end. The framing story is set in a high school classroom where an old teacher, discussing the limitations of knowledge, tells them a strange tale from his youth about how he and some friends once found odd remains in an Indian burial ground, and how, once they went to investigate further, found the sacred site was guarded by a scary monster. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cathy's Curse
One man's past comes back to haunt his family in this low-budget Canadian horror story. George Gimble was just five years old in 1947 when his mother abandoned her husband and young daughter, taking George with her. George's father and sister drove off into the night to look for them, but died in a freak auto accident. Thirty years later, George (Alan Scarfe) is married to Vivian (Beverly Murray), an unhappy woman who is recovering from a nervous breakdown, and they have a seven-year-old daughter, Cathy (Randi Allen), who keeps to herself. George has moved his family into the house his parents used to own, and before long Cathy finds a ragged old doll that she carries with her at all times. The doll carries the ghost of George's late sister, and as the angry spirit takes control of Cathy, the child develops demonic powers and uses them to punish her parents and playmates. Shot in Montreal, Cathy's Curse (aka Cauchemares) was the first English-language project from French director Eddy Matalon. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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