First things first. There’s really no nudity to speak of in this, despite the title. It’s more of the you can almost see something variety. In any case, this is a low budget, but essential mainstream comedy with a couple of recognizable actors. David Ottertale (Bronson Pelletier, Jason in the Twilight series) and Rodney (Evan Williams) are trying to scare tourists away from their favorite fly fishing spot by having Rodney dress up on a bigfoot costume. David also has to watch out for his grandmother (Northern Exposure’s Elaine Miles), who’s seeing glowing orbs flitting around in the darkness.
The two young men end up connecting with Amy and Jen (Elyse Levesque and Tinsel Korey), who live in a tepee near the river. There’s a good deal of confusion amongst them, but eventually they get everything sorted out.
Meanwhile, the boys’ bigfoot scheme has attracted attention, which creates a huge problem for grandmother’s friend, a three-fingered, hairy alien tourist who may not be able to catch her return flight to her own planet because of all the commotion in the woods (the aliens have been coming for centuries, mostly for the fishing, and are presumably the source of the bigfoot legends).
There’s nothing pretentious about this movie. Miles is her usual laid back self, they find an excuse for Pelletier to take his shirt off, and the climactic chase scene is goofy enough to satisfy.