Bobcat Goldthwait's 'Willow Creek'

Goldthwait's "God Bless America," the cautionary tale of a fed-up vigilante using firearms to rid the country of the banal and the feckless that was the hit of last year's Maryland Film Festival (one reviewer called it "leftist snuff porn," a label Goldthwait happily embraced). Knowing a faithful audience when he stumbles onto one, he returns with this story of a guy who brings his reluctant girlfriend along on a search for Bigfoot. Prepare to be affronted, probably delightfully so. <i>--Chris Kaltenbach</i>
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<i>Screens 11 p.m. May 11 at Charles Theatre 1</i>

( Handout photo, Courtesy Maryland Film Festival 2013 / May 1, 2013 )

Goldthwait's "God Bless America," the cautionary tale of a fed-up vigilante using firearms to rid the country of the banal and the feckless that was the hit of last year's Maryland Film Festival (one reviewer called it "leftist snuff porn," a label Goldthwait happily embraced). Knowing a faithful audience when he stumbles onto one, he returns with this story of a guy who brings his reluctant girlfriend along on a search for Bigfoot. Prepare to be affronted, probably delightfully so. --Chris Kaltenbach

Screens 11 p.m. May 11 at Charles Theatre 1

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