A man, crippled in a climbing accident, returns to his cabin in the woods as part of his rehabilitation, but he wasn't prepared for the immanent onslaught.


Ryan Schifrin


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt McCoy ... Preston Rogers
Haley Joel ... Amanda
Christien Tinsley Christien Tinsley ... Otis Wilhelm
Karin Anna Cheung ... C.J.
Jeffrey Combs ... Clerk
Natalie Compagno Natalie Compagno ... Michelle
Michael Deak ... Monster (as Mike Deak)
Jim Giggans Jim Giggans ... Reporter
Paul Gleason ... Sheriff Halderman
Ashley Hartman Ashley Hartman ... Karen Herdberger
Lance Henriksen ... Ziegler Dane
Rex Linn ... Farmer Hoss
Phil Morris ... Deputy McBride
James Morrison James Morrison ... Dr. Seussmeyer
Tiffany Shepis ... Tracy


It has been sighted 42,000 times in 68 countries. A creature of myth and legend known by several names; Yeti, Sasquatch and the infamous Bigfoot! We've hunted it for years, but what happens when it decides to hunt us? "Abominable" 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. Written by Anonymous

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We've hunted it for decades... But now, its decided to hunt us. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for monster violence and gore, language and some nudity | See all certifications »

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WILHELM SCREAM: When one of the campers is grabbed by sasquatch. See more »


Whenever Preston looks through his binoculars, the view changes depending on what the director wants the audience to see. For example, when he's looking into the bathroom, he can see the shower and other window, yet later on when he's looking at the bathroom, he can only see the window next to the front door. See more »


[first lines]
Ethel Hoss: What? What is it?
Farmer Hoss: Probably them damn coyotes.
Ethel Hoss: [as her husband prepares his shotgun] You're not going out there.
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Written by D. Foster, Grover Zinn (as G. Zinn)
Performed by Big Dro and Mystic
Published by Nightglow Music (ASCAP)
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A Man called Bigfoot
3 March 2008 | by sol1218See all my reviews

**SPOILERS** Terrifying Bigfoot/Sasquatch horror movie with the rampaging Bigfoot monster, played to perfection by Michael Deak, tearing the whole movie set apart with almost the films entire cast and crew.

When people stated to encroach into his secret forest domain outside the town of Flatwoods the big guy, Bigfoot, just about had enough of the human race and everything that goes with it. Without breaking a sweat the usually big as an 800 pound guerrilla but harmless as a toy poodle Bigfoot went bananas and broke into a number of homes outside city limits making his presences felt.

It just happened that the crippled, in both mind and body, mountain climber Preston Rogers, Matt McCoy, was sent by his doctor, for rest and relaxation, to stay at his former home in the deep woods where Bigfoot decided to put his big foot down. Bigfoot had been raiding the local farmers livestock earlier in the movie but now for some reason decided to attack man whom he considers, unlike the livestock, his mortal and eternal enemy.

We get the usual sexy, and willing to take their clothes off, teenage or collage student who get themselves, with the also usual exception of a single survivor among them, knocked off by the Bigfoot who also devourers them. This is something new for Bigfoot since it was always thought that he was a vegetarian!

Preston who's being taken care of by, what seems like, his male nurse Otis, Christian Tinsley, sees the Bigfoot running around his front lawn but his cries fall on deft ears. Otis thinks he's, from the fall he suffered with his wife ending up dead, completely nuts. As for the girls the collage students next door, or in the next cabin, they think that Preston is just another pervert or Peeping Tom trying to get a good look at them, with heir clothes off, with his binoculars.

The Bigfoot finally comes out of hiding when he attacks and kills a number of hunters, Lance Henriksen Jeffrey Combs & Rex Linn, for uncovering one of his recent kills: Collage student Karen Herdberger, Ashley Hartman. The Bigfoot attacked Karen and dragged her into his secret cave where he was in the process, when hunter Henriksen discovered it, of preparing his dinner with Karen as the main course!

With Preston Otis and the girls trapped with no place to go the Bigfoot now went into action as he tore into his human adversaries with both teeth claws as well, with his scent, as his extremely offensively strong body odor; By far the worst weapon in his entire arsenal.

The movie ends with the Bigfoot getting a king-size stomach ache but only after killing off almost the entire movie cast including Otis who was left with his face completely bitten off! Not that bad of an acting job by both Bigfoot impersonator Michael Deak and the hero of the film, playing the paralyzed Preston Rogers, actor Matt McCoy.

Bigfoot did have things going his way in killing livestock and collage student together with armed to the teeth hunters but when he started messing with Mister, Preston, Rogers' Neighborhood he just went a bit to far. Far enough to get himself crushed in the heavy forest traffic!

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Release Date:

6 June 2021 (Germany) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,810, 16 April 2006

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Red Circle Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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