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Director:
Writers:
Mark L. Lester (story)
Rafael Jordan (written by)
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Release Date:
8 November 2008 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Surviving the crash was only the beginning... See more »
Plot:
A plane flight carrying a college football team crashes in the Himalayas. Surviving the crash was only part of their problem. Trying not to become a meal for the monster lurking in the mountains will be their greater challenge. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Marc Menard ... Peyton Elway

Carly Pope ... Sarah

Adam O'Byrne ... Ravin

Elfina Luk ... Kyra

Brandon Jay McLaren ... Rice

Crystal Lowe ... Ashley
Christian Tessier ... Dennis

Kris Pope ... Garcia

Taras Kostyuk ... Yeti

Peter DeLuise ... Sheppard (as Peter Deluise)

Ed Marinaro ... Coach Gorfida

Ona Grauer ... Fury

Viv Leacock ... Chubbs

Josh Emerson ... Andrews (as Joshua Emerson)

Sean Bell ... Jackson
Jacob Rivera ... Jackson

Aaron Pearl ... Tilman
Paul Jarrett ... Capt. Washbrun

Directed by
Paul Ziller 
 
Writing credits
Mark L. Lester (story)

Rafael Jordan (written by)

Produced by
Martin J. Barab .... executive producer (as Martin Barab)
Aaron Barnett .... line producer
Dana Dubovsky .... executive producer
Eric Gozlan .... executive producer
Michael Greenfield .... executive producer
Daniel Grodnik .... producer
Richard Iott .... executive producer
Mark L. Lester .... executive producer
Wendy Kay Moore .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Richard Plowman (music composed by)
 
Cinematography by
Curtis Petersen (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Yale Kozinski  (as Yale Kozinsky)
Lewis Schoenbrun 
 
Casting by
Stuart Aikins  (as Stuart Akins)
 
Production Design by
Michael Nemirsky 
 
Set Decoration by
Gail Luining 
 
Costume Design by
Katrina McCarthy  (as Katrina Mccarthy)
 
Makeup Department
April Boyes .... key makeup artist
Emma Clarke .... key hair stylist
Ryan Nicholson .... special effects makeup
Michelle Grady .... prosthetic designer (uncredited)
Lars Simkins .... creature illustrator (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Aaron Barnett .... production manager
Daniel Grodnik .... post-production supervisor
Maureen Norton .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bill Corcoran .... first assistant director
Shelley Cox .... second assistant director
Daniel Grodnik .... second unit director
Ian Jarvis .... third assistant director
Tanya Tagman .... third assistant director (as Tanya Tagmann)
 
Art Department
Angie Kennedy .... on-set dresser (as Angelina Kennedy)
Ron McCall .... property master (as Ron Mccall)
Duane Moyer .... on-set dresser
Patrick Romine .... construction coordinator (as Patrick Romme)
Jim Wilson .... construction foreman
 
Sound Department
Tara Blume .... foley artist (as Tara Bloom)
John Fairlamb .... foley mixer
Frederick Howard .... effects editor (as Fred Howard)
Yagmur Kaplan .... supervising re-recording mixer
Yagmur Kaplan .... supervising sound editor
Sylvain Loiseau .... post-production audio manager (as Sylvian Loiseau)
Maciek Malish .... dialogue editor
Sergio Reyes .... supervising re-recording mixer
Sergio Reyes .... supervising sound editor
Santiago Recio .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Brant McIlroy .... special effects coordinator (as Brant Mcilroy)
Martin Testa .... special effects best boy
 
Visual Effects by
Dan Brittain .... composite artist
Jason Macza .... 3D artist
Jason Macza .... visual effects director
Jason Macza .... visual effects supervisor
Chris Uyede .... 3D modeling
 
Stunts
Scott J. Ateah .... stunt coordinator (as Scott Ateah)
Caroline Field .... stunt double: Sarah (as Carolyn Field)
Taras Kostyuk .... stunt double: Yeti
Dan Redford .... stunt performer
Justin Sain .... stunt double: Garcia
Kimani Ray Smith .... stunt double: Rice (as Kemani Ray Smith)
Rorelee Tio .... stunt double: Kyra
Chris Webb .... stunt double: Peyton
Cody Laudan .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dustin Allen .... gaffer
David Bercovici-Artieda .... camera operator: "b" camera
Bruce Borland .... gaffer
Bruce Borland .... generator operator
Chris Ciavarelli .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Dimo Dimar .... grip
Richard Eagan .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Zakk Eginton .... camera loader
Stephen Goad .... lamp operator (as Steve Goad)
Charles A. Gould .... key grip (as Charles Gould)
Thomas Martin .... camera operator
Thomas Martin .... director of photography: second unit
David McClung .... lamp operator (as Dave Mcclung)
Danielle Piche .... camera trainee
Kyle Sandilands .... grip
Eric Sherping .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Mark Wagner .... lamp operator
Shamus Whiting-Hewlett .... lamp operator
Marcel Williams .... still photographer
David Young .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Katie Yu .... still photographer
Zakk Eginton .... camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Curtis Petersen .... camera operator: "a" camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Linda LaBelle .... extras casting (as Linda Labelle)
J.J. Ogilvy .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathleen Boloten .... truck costumer (as Kathleen Boloton)
Lise Godel .... costume set supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Teresa Beckley .... coordinator: lab/dailies
Wilf Pascuas .... colorist: film dailies
Suzanne Thompson .... sales executive: NWIF
 
Music Department
Christopher Nickel .... music editor (as Chris Nickel)
 
Transportation Department
Larry Fedyk .... driver: circus
Dean Fitzpatrick .... transportation coordinator
Fred Galensloot .... driver (as Fred Galesloot)
Mary Ann Garbias .... driver (as Mariana Gardias)
Kyle Haak .... driver: snowmobile
Mike Henry .... driver: snowmobile
Matt Matic .... driver: snowmobile
Chris Mullen .... driver
Fred Sheremeta .... transportation captain
Jamie Shingleton .... driver: snowmobile
Steve Woelfe .... operator: Snow Cat (as Steve Woelfle)
 
Other crew
Claire Benoit .... legal: Reel Entertainment
Doran Chandler .... production legal: Roberts & Stahl
Clare Cowling .... account executive: Aver Media LP
Ian Doig .... animal wrangler
Lara Fox .... script supervisor
John Frick .... production accountant
Mark Gamache .... location manager
Alexi Hamilton .... craft service
Jack Hoziel .... executive assistant: Reel Entertainment
Bryan Kiethley .... radio dispatcher
Chelsea McCormack .... second assistant production coordinator (as Chelsea Mccormack)
James McLeod .... assistant location manager (as James Mcleod)
Kenneth Meisenbacher .... location manager (as Ken Meisenbacher)
Wendy Meisner .... account executive: Royal Bank of Canada
Miescha Montoya .... payroll accountant
Gurpreet Sandhu .... account executive: Wolrige Mahon Entertainment
Peter Sussman .... executive: Aver Media LP
Paul Websdale .... account executive: Wolrige Mahon Entertainment
Robyn Wiener .... production coordinator
Mike Browne .... cartographer (uncredited)
Grace MacLeod .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Mike Witherington .... security (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Yeti" - USA (DVD title)
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Runtime:
87 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.66 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The screenplay's original title was "Raksha: Curse of the Snow Demon". Raksha means 'demon' in Tibetan Sanskrit.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The outside shots of the plane shows it as a Boeing 747, however, the interior of the plane is one of a very narrow 737 with one aisle and two sets of three seats per row. The 747 has two aisles with at least two more seats per row.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "In Search of..." (1976)See more »

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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Do the small things better, 1 February 2009
Author: Ray Humphries from Wilkesboro NC

Ah yez, the Sci Fi Channel produces Yeti another abominable movie. I was particularly taken by the scenes immediately following the crash where, as the survivors desperately searched for matches, at least a half dozen fires burned – with no apparent reason – at various points of the wreckage. Fire seemed to be a predominate theme throughout. They searched corpses for lighters and matches, and finally finding a box built a fire every day for, apparently, 12, but no one ever gathered wood. Then when the vegan (hah) burned the bodies, what did she use for an accelerant? I mean these guys were frozen – well maybe not. Despite the apparent low temperature everything the yeti ate, bled. Maybe it's just me, but even in a totally unbelievable tale (none of the survivors had ever heard of a yeti, or an abominable snowman, until the very end), if you take care of the little things the bigger deals become more acceptable. Oh, what did the prologue (1972) have to do with the remainder of the movie? And the revolver, warm enough to hold in his hand, froze up and wouldn't fire. Gimme a break. Well, at least we have Carly Pope, another eminently lovely Canadian lass. And, with little irony, Ed Marinaro as the coach.

Well I might as well add, the rabbit they ate (despite it looking like chicken) is not a rodent, but a lagomorph. Now if it had been a squirrel (or a rat) it would have been a rodent, but it still looked like chicken. And the writers missed a real chance to have someone note "It tastes just like..."

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