Jimmy Tupper VS The Goatman of Bowie

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  • R
  • 2012
  • 1 hr 4 min
  • 5.8  (84)

Jimmy Tupper VS The Goatman of Bowie is a 2010 independent horror-comedy movie directed by Andrew Bowser. The movie takes place in the small town of Bowie, Maryland, where the famous legend of the Goatman has been passed down for generations. The legend has it that a creature with the body of a man and the head of a goat haunts the woods and preys on unsuspecting victims.

The movie begins with Jimmy Tupper (played by Jeris Adomanis), a socially awkward and timid young man who works at a grocery store. Jimmy is in love with his coworker, Lisa (played by Audrey Claire Johnson), but is too shy to tell her. When Lisa invites Jimmy to a party in the woods, he sees it as a perfect opportunity to finally confess his feelings to her.

At the party, Jimmy meets a group of Lisa's friends, including her ex-boyfriend, Kurt (played by Luke Adomanis), who is arrogant and constantly belittles Jimmy. As the night goes on, the group decides to venture into the woods in search of the legendary Goatman. Jimmy reluctantly follows them, hoping to impress Lisa.

Soon, the group realizes that they are not alone in the woods. They encounter strange noises and see glimpses of a shadowy figure lurking in the trees. As they try to find their way back, they become separated and are forced to confront the Goatman one-on-one.

The Goatman is portrayed as a terrifying and brutal creature, with glowing eyes and razor-sharp claws. The movie's makeup and special effects team does a commendable job of bringing the Goatman to life, making it appear both realistic and otherworldly. The creature's menacing presence is felt throughout the movie, adding to the overall tension and suspense.

As the group tries to survive the night and escape the Goatman's clutches, they are forced to confront their own fears and weaknesses. Jimmy must step up and become the unlikely hero of the story, facing his own insecurities and fighting back against the Goatman.

One of the movie's strengths is its balance of horror and comedy. While the Goatman is certainly a formidable antagonist, there are many humorous moments sprinkled throughout the movie. These moments often come from the interactions between the characters, who are all well-written and portrayed convincingly by the cast. The group's bickering and arguing add a layer of authenticity to the story, making the characters feel like real people rather than just horror movie tropes.

Another strength of the movie is its use of practical effects. The filmmakers opted for practical effects instead of relying solely on CGI, which helps the movie feel more grounded and realistic. The practical effects are well-done, adding to the overall creepiness of the Goatman's design.

Overall, Jimmy Tupper VS The Goatman of Bowie is a fun and entertaining horror-comedy movie. It's not a groundbreaking addition to the genre, but it's a solid effort that delivers on its promises of scares and laughs. The movie's small budget is evident at times, but the filmmakers make the most of what they have, creating a memorable and enjoyable movie experience.

Jimmy Tupper VS The Goatman of Bowie is a 2012 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 4 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.8.

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    1 hr 4 min
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    5.8  (84)