Snow Beast Trailer is Purposely Abominable

There was a 1977 TV movie called Snowbeast about a killer Yeti terrorizing a Colorado ski resort. You barely saw the monster at all. Now there’s a new killer Yeti movie called Snow Beast, starring John Schneider and Jason London, and you’ll see 100 times more monster in this trailer than in all of that Seventies flick.

People disappear every year out in the snow–but this year, something is adding to the body count. Jim (John Schneider) and his research team study the Canadian lynx every year. This year he has to take his rebelling 16-year-old daughter, Emmy, with him. But the lynx are missing. As Jim and his team try to find why, something stalks them–a predator no prey can escape.

Directed by Brian Brough (Christmas Angel) from a script by Brittany Wiscombe (Christmas Angel), my natural assumption would be that Snow Beast is destined for Syfy, but given that the monster is brought to life via old fashioned suitmation rather than all-CGI, I’m not sure Syfy allows monster movies that don’t feature 100% computer generated creatures. The Yeti suit might prove too cheesy to those that have grown too accustomed to digital effects. I very much adore it. Man in suit, baby!

SunWorld Pictures is handling the distribution for this Silver Peak Productions film and has provided us with a trailer for Snow Beast, due later this year, presumably. Any movie where John Schneider gets bitch-slapped by an Abominable Snowman is fine by me.

Snow Beast Trailer is Purposely Abominable!

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  • The Buz

    I hope someone makes a montage of the Snow Beast slapping people. That shit had me rolling.

  • Terminal

    It’s not a monster movie without one of the London brothers!
    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

    • Foywonder

      They sure do seem to pop up in a lot of these. So much so I’ve lost track of which one is appearing in which.

      • Terminal

        I lost track of who is who years ago. I just assume they’re the same guy for double the paychecks. Poor Pink.
        “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”