A group of college students are led by their professor into the mountains in search of the Yeti. The students start to be killed off one by one.
A Corpse is Bait in the Trap of Terror!
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The film was released on DVD by Retromedia Entertainment in 2003. The DVD does not feature the Popcorn song due to rights issues. This version is currently out of print. See more
Dr. Prell and Karl talk about how the code of the Voltaire demands no body bruises and how a victim must be scared to death. Later, at the big breakfast, they go around toasting past party hosts, bringing up highlights which include an avalanche and auto crashes. Wouldn't those two scenarios inflict body bruises? See more
People say that he's downright nasty, he's mean and he's gruesome. He'll make your threesome into a twosome. Now is your chance to make a break, don't let a moment go to waste. On the prowl, hear him howl, here comes the Yeti now!
The VHS tape from Lighting Home Video is taken from a cut TV print that is missing much of the gore and the entire prologue sequence. The DVD from Retromedia Entertainment is uncut but due to rights issues the song "Popcorn" has been eliminated and replaced with a generic synthesizer tune. See more
Referenced in Night of the Demon
by Mark Pines
and D.C. Joy See more