Sunday, March 31, 2013

Shooting Bigfoot Press Kit

The media kit for the documentary is out, and available in PDF format.

The logo doesn't scream greatness, and honestly, I thought the art would be a bit more dramatic given the alleged contents of the documentary. The description is short and doesn't give any details, as I would expect. Interpret this brief description any way you like, but I still have not changed my position with regards to Rick Dyer's claims.

Shooting Bigfoot Press Kit

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  1. It's obvious at this point in time Minnow films is not giving anything away one way or the other. If it's a hoax with absolutely no involvement with Matthews, it will be interesting to see how he spins not outing it or at least not being more direct from the very beginning. Remember all those emails? I wonder if at some point Dyer boasted that he could pull off another hoax on the bigfoot community and Matthews agreed not to say anything to see how it would play out.

    Regardless, it will be interesting to watch it unfold.

  2. Matthews is deeply involved in this hoax. His silence since December and now his coyness to be address any questions regarding the movie confirms that he has concocted this hoax with Dyer.

    Dyer will have boasted about how gullible the BF community is and how easily he could convince some folks despite his previous multiple hoaxes.

    The new press pack confirms that this documentary is a light-hearted view of the four of the biggest jokers in the BF scene. Dyer, Biscardi, Dallas & Wayne.

    Matthews is playing this one for laughs. No bigfoots were harmed during the making of this documentary.


  3. I was just peeking in on freezer boy's website. What a joke, my only question is do you get a golden shower with a gold membership?

  4. A Media kits, sometimes called a press kit, is simply an information packet about a business or product. It is called a Media kits or a press kit because many times potential advertising mediums will ask for more information on the potential advertiser. Since most of this advertising is press- and media-related, the term Media kits was adopted.