Exists (2014) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Exists (2014)

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Classic & Mythological
  • Director:  Eduardo Sánchez
  • Screenwriter:  Jamie Nash
  • Cast & Crew: Chris Osborn, Dora Madison, Roger Edwards, Denise Williamson, Samuel Davis, Brian Steele, Jeff Schwan, George P. Gakoumis Jr., Stefanie Sanchez

Exists (2014) Rating:

  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 5.5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.2 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 2.9 / 10

Exists (2014) Synopsis:

A group of teens spending times in a cabin in the woods gets disturbed by a giant humanoid creature.

Exists (2014) Review:

After the extremely deceiving Willow Creek earlier this year, Exists is yet another found footage about Bigfoot. But this one was not done by anybody, for Eduardo Sanchez is one of the two directors of The Blair Witch Project. Once you know that, you’ll find it easy to recognize the director’s touch, for a lot of the scenes are hugely inspired from the latest title.

The story is extremely simple, and similar to every other teen monster movies, starting with a group of youngsters going to a remote cabin in the woods to party, but getting attacked by an ugly creature instead. The movie doesn’t bother to introduce the characters or their trip, something which ends up being double-edged: it brings the movie straight into the action…but on the other hand remains very shallow all along. The Sasquatch creature is not well done and it is very difficult to pass beyond the “man in a costume” aspect of it at first, but its stubbornness and brutality quickly overcome that initial feeling and makes each creature’s apparition very intense.

Overall, I thought that the acting was good and the character’s behaviour credible enough to make the movie interesting and create a fairly good tension…which is often what lacks in creature movies.

In conclusion, Exists is not the monster movie of the year, but an “above the average” one that is definitely a better Bigfoot alternative to Willow Creek.

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