Like most of his recent movies such as World's Greatest Dad and last year's God Bless America, there will be elements of satire thrown into this suspenseful drama that features characters who actually believe they have seen Bigfoot. Since these characters all have different accounts of their sightings, some even fight about whose version is correct. The project is said to be about, "exploring the idea of bearing witness," which he uses to make observations on faith and religion.
There are also cameo appearances from a few real-life sasquatch hunters, with a Bigfoot-themed song thrown in to boot. Part of the production was even staged on the Klamath River outside of Orleans, California, where the infamous "Patterson-Gimlin" Bigfoot film that was shot in 1967. Willow Creek was shot in sequence, over the course of just a few days. It isn't known if a distributor is attached as of yet. Stay tuned for the latest on this intriguing project.