Having followed the antics of the many incarnations of the blurry photographed cryptid most commonly known as Bigfoot throughout my life, I have heard of his Missouri counterpart, Momo. I had not heard that the Sasquatchian hominid known as “Momo” was said to have the head of a jack o’lantern. That I would have remembered. But now that I know, I have to wonder why it has taken so long to make a motion picture about pumpkin-headed Bigfoot.
Momo’s time has come in the form of the horror-comedy Momo. Loosely based on the alleged sightings of a Bigfoot creature with a pumpkin-shaped head around the Louisiana, Missouri area from 1971-1972, Momo deals with a Bigfoot monster with a jack o’lantern for a head terrorizing drunken rednecks in the Missouri woods. It also appears to involve an Elvis-impersonating, shotgun-toting cryptozoologist.
Monster Island News brings word of the super low budget Momo from a filmmaker going by the moniker “Count Zee”. Even though the film is currently only 1/3 finished, a teaser trailer is already out there for you to experience a taste of the magic that is a rampaging Bigfoot monster with the head of a Halloween MadBall.
Eat your heart out, Robot Monster.
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