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USA 2019
produced by
Khu, Justin Price, David E. Cazares, Deanna Grace Congo, Lisa May for Pikchure Zero Entertainment
directed by Jamaal Burden
starring Katrina Mattson, Amy Gordon, Robert Berlin, Justin Prince Moy, Brandon Grimes, Joseph J.D. Ellis, Magdaln Smus, John Carlssun, Liz Congo, Deanna Grace Congo, Timothy Shultz, Victir Ackeev
written by Joseph J.D. Ellis, music by Yaya Turner, creature suit designed by Nissa Nightmare, special effects makeup and creature suit created by Joe Castro, visual effects coordination by Kezz, cinematography by Khu


review by
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After a team of scientists have claimed to have found the fabulous Yeti plant somewhere in the Himalayas, but failed to bring it back to civilisation, Dr. Helen (Amy Gordon) and her team - Sarah (Katrina Mattson), computer expert Pete (Justin Prince Moy) and gunmen Bob (Robert Berlin) and Victor (Brandon Grimes) - set out to retrieve the plant. You see, the Yeti plant is pretty much said to be a cure-all for every disease and whatnot that mankind has encountered - and Dr. Helen is suffering from brain cancer, so for her the stakes are personal. However the search for the Yeti plant isn't an easy one, as the area's uncharted, and to even set up beacons for orientation is a big risk in the snowy surroundings. Plus, while Dr. Helen sure has selfish reasons that drive her, she wants to retrieve the plant for the good of humankind - but not everybody on her team is that benign in their motives. Plus, there's another, even realer threat, as the Yeti plant is guarded by, you guessed it, the Yeti (Timothy Shultz), and he's not very pleased about the increased interest his plant is getting these days, and usually reacts with tearing those who cross his path apart. And what makes this worse, he's not only super strong but also really good at sneaking up on people and bullets don't faze him much. So before long, the quest to heal all mankind has become a game of life and death ...


So ok, abominable doesn't score terribly high on the originality scale, it's basically a wintery monster slasher, with some shades of The Thing but not nearly its impact. But what Abominable does it does well, it does manage to create a feeling of threat throughout, the scenes of action, violence and suspense are all well executed, the creature looks properly mean, and the snowy scenery is put to good use. All of this of course results in good genre fun.


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