Trailer Released for Upcoming Sasquatch Film, Throwback

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Australian filmmaker Travis Bain is proud to announce that the first teaser trailer for his upcoming film, Throwback, has dropped online. The film takes a classic look at the Sasquatch legend, or as they call him Down Under … Yowie!

Reports are a full trailer will follow in later this year and the movie itself is due for release in 2013. Throwback is currently in production in Cairns, Far North Queensland. To find out more visit the official Throwback website.

From the Press Release
Throwback is the second feature film from Australian writer/director Travis Bain. His first feature, Scratched was one of the four finalists in the 2005 digiSPAA Digital Feature Film Festival.

Two modern-day treasure hunters — Jack (Shawn Brack) and Kent (Anthony Ring) — venture into the remote jungles of Far North Queensland in search of lost bushranger gold. But their adventure goes terribly awry when they are threatened by a savage creature, a legendary monster known as a Yowie, Australia’s answer to Bigfoot. Together with a female park ranger named Rhiannon (Melanie Serafin) and a burnt-out ex-homicide detective, Jack and Kent find themselves locked in a battle for survival as the territorial Yowie tries to ensure they never leave its domain alive.

Trailer Released for Upcoming Sasquatch Film, Throwback

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  • kiddcapone

    “Cryptozoology is not a recognized branch of zoology or a discipline of science. It is an example of pseudoscience because it relies heavily upon anecdotal evidence, stories and alleged sightings.”

    In other words, who gives a fuck what these insane losers say…they need to get a job based in reality…or get mauled in the woods and never return.

  • DavidFullam

    Cue all uptight cryptozoologists to hit the web with more “Folks like this are hurting Bigfoot with all the negative portrayals.”

Scott Hallam

We all go a little mad sometimes...haven't you?