Aidan Turner and Sam Elliott star in ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot’ – premieres in UK 15th April

‘Malevolent, hopeful and incredibly moving – a fantasy for the ponderous imagination’

Starburst Magazine

‘A tall tale that’s as contemplative and life-affirming as it is completely insane’
Den of Geek

‘A dark drama that treats pulp genre with the earnest emotional weight of an awards contender’

Collider

Oscar nominee Sam Elliott (A Star is BornThe Big Lebowski) and award-winning TV heartthrob Aidan Turner (Poldark, The Hobbit Trilogy) are The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot in a unique new, genre-bending, rip-roaring adventure that sees a legendary American war hero as a young man and in his twilight years, taking on two very different adversaries. The film is set for its UK premiere with a limited theatrical and home entertainment release on digital and DVD courtesy of Sparky Pictures.

Decades after serving in WWII and assassinating Adolf Hitler, Calvin Barr (Elliott / Turner) is enlisted as the only man for the job: to hunt down the fabled Bigfoot. Living a peaceful life in New England reflecting on his lost love Maxine (Caitlin FitzGerald – Masters of Sex, It’s Complicated), the war veteran is contacted by the FBI and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to lead the charge to capture the elusive beast that is carrying a deadly plague. Can he find the dangerous creature deep inside the Canadian wilderness before it’s too late?

For monster movie fans, war film fans and everyone in between, get ready for a mind  bending journey to discover the legend of The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot.

We’re pleased to announce that The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot will now arrive on Blu-ray along with the DVD on 6 May 2019, following the digital release on 15 April 2019. There will also be a limited theatrical, with venues to be announced

The special features have also been confirmed  and will include

Behind the scenes 

Deleted scenes

Director Commentary

Elsie Hooper short film

Joel Kramer interview

Storyboards

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