Sam Qualiana’s new found footage monster flick, The Legend of Six Fingers, is coming home to VOD and DVD in a few months, and we have some new images and artwork to help you get your Sasaquatchploitation on!
From the Press Release
Coming off the success of his micro-budget “animals attack” feature Snow Shark, Buffalo director Sam Qualiana has crafted a new monster movie inspired by found footage and local Native American tales, The Legend of Six Fingers.
Shot on location in upstate New York, Six Fingers’ cast includes genre favorites Lynn Lowry (The Crazies) and Debbie Rochon (Tromeo and Juliet).
The Legend of Six Fingers was produced by Gregory Lamberson (Slime City, Slime City Massacre) and executive produced by Michael Raso. It comes to home entertainment June 24, 2014, on the Bloody Earth Films label. The film premiered at 2013’s Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival.
Two filmmakers, Neil and Andrew, set out to make a documentary about a rash of domestic animal slaughters. After interviewing several local residents, the filmmakers learn about the Native American legend of Yá·yahk osnúhsaˀ – “Six Fingers” in English – a bipedal creature not unlike Bigfoot, so named because it has three claws on each hand. Believing that Six Fingers is responsible for the animal slayings, the filmmakers set out on a terrifying journey into the woods to learn the truth.
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