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First Posted: Feb 12, 2015 10:35 AM EST
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Horror film fanatics and Bigfoot believers can look forward to a new 2015 Sasquatch movie.

In "The Fiancé," starring Carrie Keagan and Douglas Tait from "Star Trek," things go tragically wrong in one engaged couple's perfect relationship after the bride-to-be is bitten by an infectious Bigfoot. She then morphs into a raging, animalistic killer and goes on a mission to kill her future husband.

The film, which was written and directed by Mark Allen Michaels, also stars Dallas Valdez and Curt Lambert of "Mind Rage." According to Dread Central, Staci Layne Wilson also helped produced the movie.

The official synopsis for "The Fiancé" reads as follows:

"When a beautiful bride-to-be is bitten by Bigfoot, she becomes a brutal force of nature hellbent on breaking her engagement... and her fiancé. Between the gory mayhem, we see there's a mystery in the lovers' back story -- what kind of a deal has Michael made with Sara's father?"

Last year, Eduardo Sanchez, the filmmaker who directed of the iconic 1998 flick "The Blair Witch Project," released a Bigfoot movie titled "Exists" in October. Like "The Blair Witch Project," "Exists" is also a found footage horror film that takes place in the woods.

The movie follows a group of friends as they head off for a camping trip in remote woods located in East Texas. That's where they discover that they're being hounded by Bigfoot. Fortunately, one of the campers manages to capture the sequence of events on camera.

The film stars Dora Madison Burge, from "Friday Night Lights," Brian Steele, Samuel Davis, Roger Edwards, Chris Osborn and Denise Williamson, reports First Showing.

"I think we made the Bigfoot movie I have been waiting for since I was 12 years old," Sanchez told Coming Soon more than two years ago.

Watch "The Fiancé" teaser trailer below.

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