Surviving the plane crash was only the beginning ... After their plane crashes into uncharted territory in the Himalayas, the survivors set out to find help in the freezing cold. As the days pass and with no sign of a rescue, tensions begin to mount. The survivors wrestle with their consciences as they realise that in order to survive, they must use the bodies of the dead as food. But when it appears that something else is already feeding upon the dead, the survivors realise that their biggest danger is not hunger but something infinitely more sinister: a legendary Yeti is stalking them and is moving in for the kill. Can they outsmart the beast or will they die trying?
Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon is a 2008 horror film tells the story of a plane flight which carries a college football team crashes in the Himalayas. For the survivors, surviving is not the only problem because the most challengling thing is the monster lurking in the mountains. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Arai A (ru) wrote: Compared with recent laugh riots at box office, Tere Bin Laden has both: a smart script and some smart acting.
Joe G (us) wrote: Djimon Honsou's latest movie with Kevin Bacon 'Elephant White' is pretty good. Basically a Jason Bourne/Christian-Bale-in-Equilibrium character takes on the sex trafficking trade in Thailand. So of course an over the top entertainment movie with real morals tagged on at the end.
Kayla D (jp) wrote: It might be that when you are younger you love movies no matter what. But I just watched this for the first time yesterday. Terrible.
Scott J (de) wrote: Two things get beat into your head over and over with this flick: 1. Clint is old2. Malkovich is a super-villian who cannot be stopped.
(kr) wrote: I saw this on TV, I can't say I remember all of it, I was only a little kid, but the part when they figured out how to defeat them always stayed in my mind, I only recently figured out the name of it and the only online copy I found was in spanish, so I hope someone posts an English or Chinese version
Stephie A (gb) wrote: One of my ever favorites!!
Shawn N (au) wrote: I only wish that they had kept to the sheet music and piano for this.
Colin K (ca) wrote: It's the music, the pace is slow and it's classic Harryhausen. More nostalgic than anything.
Peter W (ru) wrote: Full of crude battle action, but the story and characters remain bloodless. Ultimately predictable and boring. James Purefoy can do much better.
Grant T (de) wrote: This is a film that could have (and should have) been so much better. The premise was intriguing but there wasn't enough substance to sustain the plot for the entirety
Kurt F (de) wrote: 2/11/17 This story of the Nazis is pretty fascinating. Some of the details on what is going on and how their plan would actually work are very hazy, but it is still interesting to watch their actions unfold. I had heard about this plot through a History channel show, but that only went through the "physics" of how the main "event" in the film happened (obviously, I'm trying not to give it away). It also annoyed me at the end that they left off some key "dates" on main characters and what actually historically happened to them. It made me think, well, is that character just fabricated for the purpose of the film then? Anyway, the story is great, but I could see how some would think it could have been done better.
Paul M (es) wrote: Another straight to dvd movie released worldwide in over 2,000 theaters. Yeah, because the last time that happened it wasn't a abomination and insult to the art of film that doesn't deserve any recognition or attention about it. What I am saying is don't see the wild life, because it doesn't deserve any of the money it got, even if it was small.