Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot
remarkable title and a remarkable
film; this rip-roaring adventure movie
in the form of a unique, genre-bending
production that follows a legendary
American war hero from his youth,
when he assassinated Adolf Hitler, to
his twilight years, when he takes on
his second notorious adversary, could
be both a war film and monster film
and is entitled intriguingly The Man Who
Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot...
IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR, Calvin Barr (played in his youth by television heartthrob
Aidan Turner: Poldark; The Hobbit Trilogy) becomes an international hero
when he assassinates Adolf Hitler and rids the world of a serious risk to world
After the war, Calvin returns to his gentle pace of life in New England. He
recalls the part he played in the death of Hitler and mourns his lost love,
Maxine (Caitlin Fitzgerald: Masters of Sex; It's Complicated), whom he
intended to marry but missed an opportunity to propose.
is living comfortably with his dog for company at his home, when a gang of thugs
try to rob him. However, as they soon discover, despite his age Calvin has lost
none of his tough-guy abilities.
Killed Hitler And Then
an intriguing, clever
and highly watchable
Decades after the war the FBI and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police track down
Calvin (now played by the lovely Sam Elliott: A Star is Born; The Big Lebowski)
to persuade him to lead the attempt to capture an elusive, deadly plague-carrying
beast known as Bigfoot that is a threat to human lives. Although reluctant as
he has vowed never to kill either man or creature again, he finally agrees.
Deep inside the Canadian wilderness, Calvin prepares to face the dangerous creature.
But will he be able to find the Bigfoot before it is too late to stop the spread
of the deadly plague it carries?
A little bizarre (in a good way!) but both the youthful Aidan Turner and a seasoned
Sam Elliott carry it off so well that The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then
The Bigfoot becomes an intriguing, clever and highly watchable re-imagining
Appealing to fans of war films or monster movies; a little romance thrown in
and a desperate race to prevent a large-scale epidemic. Get set for a mind-bending
journey as one man takes on two dangerous enemies: one in his youth and the
second in his later years to become The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The
The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot arrives on digital on 15
April, 2019, in the UK courtesy of Sparky Pictures, followed by a DVD and Blu-ray
release on 6 May 2019. The film is set for its UK premiere with a limited theatrical
The UK and Ireland release of this film is hugely anticipated having been incredibly
well received by audiences and critics alike at its gala premiere at FrightFest
CEO of Sparky Pictures Ian Dawson said: "Director Robert D Krzykowski has crafted
an epic, inventive fable to entertain and enthral audiences led by the standout
performances from Sam Elliott and Aidan Turner. We are delighted to be working
with producer Patrick Ewald and the Epic Pictures team on such a great film."
Music by Joe Kraemer; Cinematography by Alex Vendler; Producers are: Shaked
Berenson; Patrick Ewald; Lucky McKdeed and Robert D Krzykowski; and Written
and Directed by Robert D Krzykowski.
The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot also features: Sean Bridgers
as Mr Gardner; Ron Livingston as Flag Pin; Larry Miller as Calvin's brother
Ed; Anastasia Tsikhhanava as Ed's Daughter; Mark Steger as Bigfoot; Kelley Curran
as Mrs Gardner; Alton Fitzgerald White as George; and Silas Archer Gustav as
Young Calvin Barr's Dog.
Running Time: 98 Minutes | RRP: Blu-ray £19.99 / DVD £15.99. Special Features:
Behind the Scenes | Deleted Scenes | Director Commentary | Elsie Hooper Short
Film | Joel Kramer Interview | Storyboards.
"The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot… an intriguing, clever
and highly watchable re-imagining of history" ****
Maggie Woods, MotorBar
"Malevolent, hopeful and incredibly moving a fantasy for the ponderous
"A tall tale that's as contemplative and life-affirming as it is completely
insane" Den of Geek