In 1989 a rustic highway exterior of the Wisconsin city of Elkhorn grew to become the middle of a media frenzy not like something the world had ever seen.
“Folks have been seeing, what seemed to them, like a dogman…” mentioned Linda Godfrey the newspaper reporter who introduced the story to mild in a neighborhood publication referred to as “The Week”.
In actual fact, many individuals -locals and out-of-towners alike- had sightings and encounters with the creature that got here to be referred to as The Beast of Bray Highway. Many of those sightings have been largely ignored or under-reported… that’s, till October fifth when the brand new documentary movie, The Bray Highway Beast will unlock many years of historical past referring to “dogman” sightings across the US.
“The movie explores not solely the notorious Elkhorn creature sightings but additionally centuries of Lycan legends and myths from throughout the globe. From the predominant principle that witnesses merely noticed an undiscovered species of huge wolves to more unusual points of the phenomena, no stone is left unturned on this 66 minute movie, shot on location in and round Wisconsin. The seventh movie from award-winning filmmaker, Seth Breedlove, arrives on streaming platforms and DVD.
“The movie captures the sighting tales of actual eyewitnesses, investigators, and historians to inform the centuries-worth of historical past surrounding one of many world’s oldest myths… and it’s doable roots in actuality. Right now, the second trailer for the movie has been unveiled. Delving shortly into the horrifying nature of the early sightings, whereas hinting at their doable supernatural origins, the trailer seems to be to introduce audiences to what’s going to seemingly be their first brush with Canid cryptids.”
The Bray Highway Beast reunites the Small City Monsters crew of director, Seth Breedlove, cinematographer, Zac Palmisano, sound designer, Jason Utes, and composers Brandon Dalo (The Mothman of Level Pleasant) and Chris Dudley (Underoath) with writer and musician, Lyle Blackburn who will narrate the movie. Blackburn beforehand narrated the Small City Monsters productions, The Mothman of Level Nice and Boggy Creek Mystery beast. Mark Matzke co-writes whereas Adrienne Breedlove acts as a producer. The titular “beast” will seem onscreen in dramatic, animated sequences, in addition to live-action recreations with quite a lot of completely different creature designs by Chris Scalf and Santino Vitale.