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Abominable

Rating:R (for monster violence and gore, language and some nudity)
Genre:SciFi/Fantasy, Horror
Release Date:April 14, 2006
Running time:94 minutes
Cast:Matt McCoy, Jeffrey Combs, Lance Henriksen, Dee Wallace, Rex Linn
Director:Ryan Schifrin
Producer:Donna Schifrin, Theresa E. Schifrin, Paul Spadone
Writer:Ryan Schifrin
Distributor:Freestyle Releasing

Web Site: http://www.abominablethemovie.com/

Description: 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 save a group of college co-eds when the monster goes on a bloody rampage.

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