The Son of Bigfoot out now on DVD

Posted on November 27th, 2017

A loveable family animation to enjoy at home from Studio Canal and nWave pictures is now available on DVD and digital download. The Son of Bigfoot is set to be a family favourite this Christmas time and the good news is you can order it right now.  To celebrate, we’re giving away a copy of The Son of Bigfoot on DVD in an amazing family bundle with The House of Magic, A Turtle’s Tale & Robinson Crusoe. If you fancy finding out more about the new Bigfoot release and winning yourself this awesome bundle then read on.

 

win 4 fab titles including The Son of Bigfoot

A taste of what’s in store in The Son of Bigfoot

 Follow the young teenager, Adam, as he sets out to discover the mystery of his long lost Dad who turns out to be no other than Big Foot himself. The newly acquainted Father and son start making up for lost time together and Adam soon finds out his has inherited some of his father’s magical powers.  Just as well as they will both need to use all their superpowers as they are challenged by HairCo, the organisation chasing Bigfoot and unknowingly helped along by Adam. 

 

The Son of Big Foot

 

Follow Father and Son on their adventure, let yourself be swept up in the story and clever animation designed to keep the whole family on the edge of their seat.

 

Shots from the Son of Bigfoot Film

Need to know facts for Son of Bigfoot on DVD

Released: 20th November 2017
Distributor: StudioCanal
Animated by: nWave Pictures
Price: £5.99
Certificate: PG
Run time: 88 minutes
Available: Amazon

 

Win your family DVD bundle featuring The Son of Bigfoot DVD 

 

Win these four titles including The Son of Bigfoot

 

If you fancy stocking up on home entertainment classics this Christmas why not enter to win this amazing bundle for your family. Just follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

4 DVD bundle from StudioCanal

Disclosure

I have not seen a copy of the films myself or been paid to write this post but the giveaway is provided for Coombe Mill blog readers with thanks to StudioCanal.