Okay, I finally got a chance to sneak in another movie. This one was called Embedded. Written and directed by Micheal Bafaro. The gist of the story is a reporter and camera man get demoted from war reporting to small time small town reporting. They are covering a story of a young boy who has gone missing In the woods. They “embed” themselves into the hunting and search party. Hence the name.
While they are out searching they find some hunters bodies,and think they may have a grizzly on their hands.
Spoiler alert here. It is not a grizzly. And what a monster it is. Different than any other Sasquatch we have seen before. This creature definitely looks like they crashed the studio storage room, stole part of a Predator costume and maybe part of those weird creatures in the movie Time Machine and blended them together.
But with those couple of comparisons aside. This monster was scary! I enjoyed this movie. I don’t know what their budget was but they made it work. It gets going and doesn’t let up.
The acting and story line are both strong. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end. On a scale of 1 to 10, I give Embedded a 7.
Embedded was filmed on location in Revelstoke, Canada. This area of Canada has thick pine forest and has been known for quite a few actual sightings. The BFRO has over a 100 sighting reported for that area as of 2017. A couple of those sightings have been reported near the Trans Canada Highway.
I haven’t seen this movie on Prime or YouTube so I did have to purchase it but I find it was worth it…
Embedded Trailer from IMDB
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I follow you on Twitter and I was wondering if you have ever seen the big guy and I live in Naugatuck do I need to go more north to hopefully get a siting? I know be careful what you ask for 🙂. Love to know where you Squach!!!.
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Hello Francisco. I have found prints etc. but I have not seen one…yet I hope. I mainly am in the Blackstone Valley Corridor. I found this article maybe these areas would work for you to explore