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UPC 14: 00013131559798
Some Things Are Better Left Unfound.
"...everything a movie like this should be! If you don't have a good time watching it, then you don't have a pulse. Dread Central
|This centers on a man recovering from a mountain climbing accident, trapped in a remote cabin in the woods who sees the legendary beast, and must convince someone to believe him, before the monster goes on a bloody rampage.|
"Scary, freaky and a damn helluvalot of fun! Harry Knowles, Ain't It Cool News
After being hunted and mythologized for centuries, the monstrous creature known by such names as Bigfoot, Yeti, and Sasquatch turns the tables around, unleashing his wrath upon a cabin full of hot young coeds, a paraplegic mountain climber, and a host of others unlucky enough to cross his path.
Cast & Crew
Variety 6 of 10
Not only are slasher/horror/splatter films enjoying a sharp spike in popularity, right now they're also where one can find the best comedy. "Abominable" goes completely over the top into an Ed Wood-meets-"Rear Window" subspecies of giddy, gory amateurish abandon. Inherent ridicule of the form and some absurdly violent moments will make it a draw among existing fans of the genre, and maybe win over some new ones...Directed by Ryan Schifrin, who obviously knows the tropes, "Abominable" is utterly unself-conscious in reworking horror conventions -- as well as the Sasquatch legend -- in ways that will inevitably get laughs from gore freaks...Matt McCoy plays Preston Rogers, a man in a wheelchair who fulfills many of the necessary requirements of horror-movie heroism...McCoy lays it on thick, as does Mike Deak as the monster, who looks like an intemperate Ernest Borgnine. Lance Henriksen, who's done enough monster movies ("The Terminator," "Aliens") that his mere appearance puts a spin on the proceedings, is among those who gets Sasquatched...Objective of the expertly cheesy special effects is not to frighten as much as appall.
- John Anderson