The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot / Robert D. Krzykowski

  • Country and year: USA 2018
  • Rating: 16
  • Duration: 98 min
  • Director and writer: Robert D. Krzykowski
  • Producer(s): Shaked Berenson, Patrick Ewald, Robert D. Krzykowski, Lucky McKee
  • Cinematographer: Alex Vendler
  • Music: Joe Kraemer
  • Cast: Sam Elliott, Aidan Turner, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Larry Miller, Ron Livingston
  • Language: English
  • Format: DCP

“Wise, odd, and unforgettable”
– Nick Allen /

“Recommended for fans of more sophisticated action-adventure movies”
– Joe Bendel / J.B. Spins

“A film that lives up to the strangeness of its title”
– Sandy Schaefer / Screen Rant

“Come for the demise of Hitler and Bigfoot, stay for the always incredible character work from Sam Elliott.”
– Robert Cojder / Flickering Myth

“Perhaps a bit mismarketed as a goofy creature feature, when in fact it’s so much more”
– Adam Patterson / Film Pulse


“Calvin Barr (Sam Elliott) is an obscure legend. Back in WW2, he infiltrated Nazi Germany and, in a top-secret mission, assassinated Hitler, but now lives a quiet small-town life with only his adoring brother (Larry Miller) to keep him company. But, when Uncle Sam comes calling in the guise of an F.B.I agent who needs him to hunt and kill none other than Bigfoot, Calvin finds himself unable to resist the call of duty. — While we might assume it would be a silly, pseudo-grindhouse actioner with a title like that, in reality, writer-director Robert D. Krzykowski’s movie is a far more genteel, elegiac tale, and impressive in its complete lack of silliness. From the first frame, you invest in Barr’s life and legend, thanks to a perfectly calibrated lead performance by the great Sam Elliott.” – Chris Bumbray / Arrow in the Head

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