A group of friends, complete with a token black guy, drive an SUV at night to a secluded cabin in the woods that belongs to one of their uncles. On the way they hit an animal--and when they look through the videotape (the entire movie is "seen through the camera") it looks like bigfoot. Well, it is indeed. When they arrive at the cabin it's a mess and there's even a wild pig living in one of the rooms. So they sleep in the vehicle. They examine the bumper the next morning--and there's blood and hair on the broken headlight. And during the day, while shooting youtube videos of their dirt-bike antics, the camera guy finds a man-like footpring and hears weird screaming. That night something prowls around the cabin and the next morning they find their SUV demolished with a big tree branch through the windshield. Of course, they have no cell phone reception where they are so one of the bicyclers rides a distance away to see if he can make a call. Meanwhile, the others barricade themselves in the cabin and find a celllar--and an old gun. The guy on the bike does manage to call 911--just as bigfoot makes an appearance and high-speed chases him down the trails. It does not end well for him.
They survive another harrowing night when they are attacked by the creature and eventually discover the creature's lair--and their friend, who is alive with a broken leg.
It's at this point the movie goes into high--and hairy--gear.
Although EXISTS begins like most other Bigfoot movies, with quick glimpses of the creature and its sounds--it quickly sets itself apart when it shows the creature terrorizing the humans. The Sasquatch costume/makeup are great. And why is it so angry? Let's just say it has a very good reason. Highly recommended.