Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon

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A college football team comes face to face with a Himalayan nightmare after their plane crashes on a remote mountain during a powerful blizzard. They thought that surviving the elements would be their greatest challenge, but when the Yeti emerges to consume them whole, these stranded jocks realize that sub-zero temperatures are the least of their concerns. As the dreaded snow beast moves in for the kill, the survivors attempt to outsmart him or die trying.

Cast

Peter DeLuise
as John Sheppard
Ed Marino
as Coach Gorfida
Marc Menard
as Peyton Marino
Adam O'Byrne
as James De Ravin
Aaron Pearl
as H.W. Tilman
Kris Pope
as Rafael Garcia
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Audience Reviews for Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon

  • Jun 09, 2011
    Cheesy. Poor acting. Horrible effects. Non-realistic monster. Amazing plot.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • Jan 08, 2011
    What funniest about this film is that they try to call Vancouver, the Himalayas. Very lame, very silly. Everyone involved should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves.
    Ken S Super Reviewer
  • Jul 06, 2009
    One day someone is going to create a serious yeti/sasquatch film. Until then I can cope with these cheap B movies with excellent levels of hilarity. The yeti changes from dodgy costume to dodgy CGI. They only use CGI for the running and last act Superman jumping scenes. The best moment was a conversation where "shoot" and "face" were used no less than 3 times. Unfortunately, the film is bogged down by a bunch of idealistic cunt characters that writers seem to think we will like and applaud. I wanted to stab that stupid "don't eat the dead people to survive" bitch so much. Her justification of "if we eat these bodies we're no better than it" was hackneyed and irritating, as was her complete contempt for human lives as she dooms the rest of the party to certain death. The film would also be quite offensive to those that have had to eat human flesh to survive, if it weren't for it's tacky charm.
    Luke B Super Reviewer

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