I’ve been following the career of documentary filmmaker Seth Breedlove since I caught wind of his first feature – Minerva Monster. That documentary about a bigfoot type creature that stalks the woods of my own backyard here in Northern Ohio started his company – Small Town Monsters – on a journey that has all led to this.Â With The Bray Road Beast – Breedlove and his immensely talented crew take us on a journey to the wilds of Wisconsin in search of a werewolf-like creature. From the press release: In 1989 a country road outside of the Wisconsin town of Elkhorn became the center of a media frenzy unlike anything the world had ever seen. â€œPeople were seeing, what looked to them, like a werewolfâ€¦â€ said Linda Godfrey the newspaper reporter who brought the story to light in a local publication called â€œThe Weekâ€. In fact, many people -locals and out-of-towners alike- had sightings and encounters with the creature that came to be known as The Beast of Bray Road. Many of these sightings were largely ignored or under-reportedâ€¦ that is, until October 5th when the new documentary film, The Bray Road Beast will unlock decades of history relating to â€œwerewolfâ€ sightings around the US. The film explores not only the infamous Elkhorn creature sightings but also centuries of Werewolf legends and myths from across the globe. From the predominant theory that witnesses merely saw an undiscovered species of large wolves to more bizarre aspects of the phenomena, no stone is left unturned in this 66 minute film, shot on location in and around Wisconsin. The seventh film from award-winning filmmaker, Seth Breedlove, arrives on streaming platforms and DVD. The film captures the sighting stories of real eyewitnesses, investigators,Â and historians to tell the centuries-worth of history surrounding one of the worldâ€™s oldest mythsâ€¦ and itâ€™s possible roots in reality. Today, the second trailer for the film has been unveiled. Delving quickly into the frightening nature of the early sightings, while hinting at their possible supernatural origins, the trailer looks to introduce audiences to what will likely be their first brush with Canid cryptids. The Bray Road Beast will have a special sneak-preview screening at HorrorHound Indianapolis on Saturday, August 25th far ahead of itâ€™s official release on October 5th. The Bray Road Beast reunites the Small Town Monsters crew of director, Seth Breedlove, cinematographer, Zac Palmisano, sound designer, Jason Utes, and composers Brandon Dalo (The Mothman of Point Pleasant) and Chris Dudley (Underoath) with author and musician, Lyle Blackburn who will narrate the film. Blackburn previously narrated the Small Town Monsters productions, The Mothman of Point Pleasant and Boggy Creek Monster. Mark Matzke co-writes while Adrienne Breedlove acts as a producer. The titular â€œbeastâ€ will appear onscreen in dramatic, animated sequences, as well as live-action recreations with a number of different creature designs by Chris Scalf and Santino Vitale. So – we got ourselves a trailer – give it a view!