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Yeti: Maneater Series


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  • Actors: Marc Menard, Carly Pope, Adam O'Byrne, Elfina Luk, Brandon Jay McLaren
  • Directors: Paul Ziller
  • Writers: Mark L. Lester, Rafael Jordan
  • Producers: Aaron Barnett, Dana Dubovsky, Daniel Grodnik, Eric Gozlan, Mark L. Lester
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: RHI Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 13, 2009
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001H5X6S0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,193 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Yeti: Maneater Series" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

A college football team must find a way to survive after their plane crashes on a remote mountain during a blizzard. What starts as a battle against the elements becomes a desperate struggle to escape when they discover an ancient creature with a ravenous appetite for fresh meat. Will they survive the sub-zero temperatures, only to be eaten by the snow beast that hunts them down?

Customer Reviews

If you like bad movies, by all means, give it a go.
Deirdre Hudson
A group of football players crash in the mountains and get attacked by a Yeti.
Elvis Zombie
I found the actual footage of Yeti to be completely right for this movie!!
Christopher B. Pederson

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Wuchak on January 31, 2009
Format: DVD
"Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon" was released for the Sci-Fi channel in 2008. It tells the story of a college football team suffering a plane crash in the Himalayas where many die, but this is only the beginning of their problems. The surviving members have no choice but to resort to cannibalism, while the cave lair of the Abominable Snowman is nearby. Horror ensues.

Whoa, this has got to be the worst modern film I've seen. It certainly has some positive aspects -- the mountainous British Columbia locations, the actors, the serious vibe (everyone plays it straight and the melodramatic soundtrack backs 'em up), heck, even the Yeti costume isn't all that bad when not overexposed -- but other than these factors this film is truly godawful, so gloriously BAD you have to see it to believe it, so BAD I literally felt sorry for the actors who, again, were all giving it their best shot of seriousness.

Is it so bad it's funny? YES! I was laughing my butt off through every supposedly horrifying, dramatic and horrible-cgi scene (take note -- the CGI work is some of the worst I've ever seen). So, the film's definitely worthwhile as a so-bad-it's-funny piece. This is the only reason I can think anyone would actually be willing to buy it on dvd.

Keep in mind that I'm a very generous reviewer and have the ability to look beyond production deficiencies and glean any goodness from the heart of a film. Take for instance 2005's "Sasquatch Hunters" which, like "Yeti," is a made-for-tv grade-B Bigfoot flick. That movie is worthwhile for this type of film as detailed in my long review. The same can be said for "Abominable" and "Sasquatch Mountain" (the latter being the best of the batch).

Not so with "Yeti." This is a modern-day "Plan 9 from Outer Space." Don't trust any of the supposed 5/5 Star reviews; they're being sarcastic.

You have been warned.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By BradP19 on January 21, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
So I stumble upon this masterpiece on SyFy the other night and was immediately hooked. I didn't see it from the beginning, but in the first scene I watched, some guy is trying to escape from the Yeti and his buddy gets caught and has his arm ripped off. The survivor then breaks his leg falling down some rocks, but uses his buddy's severed arm as a splint to climb his way to safety. The movie got progressively worse (or more awesome, depending on how you look at it) from there. I don't want to ruin it for the rest of you, but other scenes include the guy with the broken leg and severed arm splint getting shot in the face with a flare gun, the Yeti ripping someone's heart out, the Yeti spooning with the token hottie (who somehow stays alive and attractive in just a hooded sweatshirt in the Himalayas), and the star football player laying out the Yeti with a form tackle. Oh that's right, the Yeti rips off a leg of one of the rescuers and then beats him with it. I can't figure out if that part or the form tackle part was my favorite. By the end of the movie I was laughing so hard that my belly hurt. I highly recommend spending the $15 or whatever to get this movie, have some friends over, get a case of beer, and prepare to laugh your ass off.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bobandy on June 9, 2009
Format: DVD
I love LOVE bad Bigfoot movies. Even the really bad ones like "Sasquatch" are at least a fun way to kill some time while you drink enough of your favorite distillate to get happy. But this movie is on a whole different level. A low level. A really really low level. One that isn't fun.

For starters, the scene portrayed on the cover isn't even remotely related to anything in the movie. The Yeti is played by a guy in a horrible white suit that looks like the fx team had about $4.50 and 20 minutes of time to pull together. It's about 5'6", but claimed to be over 9 feet tall?! In other scenes, it looks like the fx crew ripped off scenes from a bad video game. The cgi most closely resembles a really rough rough cut of a proposed Donkey Kong/Resident Evil crossover. I was too stunned to laugh or cry.

The actors are equally bad. Supposed to be a football team from "State College", these small, whiny losers look like they're more at home at that place where only D-movie actor-wannabes hang out. Thankfully, I have no idea where that place is. It's not even fun trying to figure out who dies next. I kept hoping they'd all die at once and that the cgi Yet-zombie thing would dance around for the remainder of the movie like the Ogga-Chakka baby. No dice.

Do yourself a favor and spend your money on something less painful like letting that bratty kid down the block smack you in the kneecap with a sledge hammer for a half hour or so. You'll thank me in the end.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By James M. Porter on March 7, 2009
Format: DVD
Saw this on the sci-fi channel and it was so bad it was hysterically funny. Had to buy it and am not disappointed. Best scene - yeti catches up to someone, rips his leg off and beats him with it - classic. buy this movie.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Robert I. Hedges HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on April 9, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Yeti" (also known as "Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon") is a horrible but hilarious Sasquatch flick from The Sci-Fi channel with every stereotype and cliche in the book, plus a few new ones. The film features terrible CGI, a ludicrous script, and horrid acting for starters. In a nutshell, a college football team (and assorted random females) from "State College" are flying from the US to Japan when they crash in Nepal and are chased by a Yeti. Therein my first problem is revealed: what airline goes from the continental United States to Japan via Nepal? Just a tad out of the way, you say? Well, that is probably the most believable element of the film.

While over the Himalayas, the plane (the filmmakers can't decide if it's a 737, 747, or business jet, but I won't nitpick) encounters a storm and crashes. Suffice it to say that the CGI 747, storm, and plane crash are unbelievably unrealistic for a film made in 2008. Even worse, the whiny cast is so annoying that you may, like me, be hoping the Himalayan Yetis defeat The State College Grizzlies in the Bigfoot Bowl. Not only can't the cast act, but they really don't have much to work with: the script is the only thing worse than the CGI.

After the crash, the cast looks around for food in everyone's backpacks and pockets, but it never even dawns on them to look in the galley before the cannibalism subplot emerges. (A football team stuck in the mountains resorting to cannibalism? Now there's an original idea....) After the coach says something motivating to the handsome quarterback and promptly dies, the cast turns on each other despite the obvious menace that keeps raiding the camp for bodies.
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