Monday, June 28, 2021

freakboy on film: YETI / ANOTHER YETI (a love story double feature)

 I blogged about SHRIEK OF THE MUTILATED earlier this year, which I still totally recommend if you crave something a bit different.  Near the end of that post, I threatened you with another Yeti film review.  Well, I dug out a very special DVD, blew the dust off the case and once again experienced...


written by... 

Adam Deyoe, Eric Gosselin, Jim Martin, Moses Roth 

directed by... 

Adam Deyoe & Eric Gosselin 

Five so-called friends...Adam, Emily, Dick, Sally and Joe...go camping for some reason.  Along the way they visit a freak show of sorts, meet a charming man named Sex Piss and run into a Yeti cult.  See, this is why camping, in films and in real life, is NEVER a good idea. 

The Yeti cult uses a local Yeti and his sizable tool to sacrifice frat boys.  While I cannot condone the method, the idea of less frat boys in the world seems a worthy goal for a cult.  Anyhoo, an actual plot arises when a seriously sketchy priest sends Emily forth on a Holy Crusade to end the Yeti cult.  To complicate matters and make them ridiculous, homophobic jerk Adam suddenly falls in love with the Yeti and his sizable tool. 

If you haven’t guessed already, this is a Troma Team release.  Oh, you’re not familiar with Troma?  Well, first remove the enormous stick from your stuffy sponge cakehole and then mentally prepare for anything.  Gore, bodily fluids, bad acting, nonsensical plot twists, silly dialogue, weird nudity, oddball sex and other offensive stuff.  It’s good, clean family fun, if you’re part of the Manson family. 

This pretty much sums up YETI: A LOVE STORY.  It’s an incredible film in the sense that it’s extremely low budget and intentionally bad.  This masterpiece of mess is seriously crazy, gross and not for the easily offended.  I can’t say I love this film, but I haven’t been able to part with the DVD, so that says something about my mental state.  BTW, you can purchase an out-of-print copy from Amazon or eBay for around $60.  Thankfully I only paid a dollar for my copy at a brick & mortar BOGO sale.

While researching this beloved classic on IMDb, I was SHOCKED to learn that the WTF? twist ending was only the WTF? beginning.  So, I immediately downloaded the Tubi app and experienced...


story by... 

Adam Deyoe 

written by... 

Eric Gosselin & Jim Martin 

directed by... 

Adam Deyoe & Eric Gosselin 

Adam, grieving the loss of his Yeti boyfriend,  has moved to L.A. with Eddie, his Yeti love child.  (Don’t ask.  Just don’t). All seems well, until all is not.  Eddie has been Yeti-napped by Pimp Billy, who is conducting mysteriously gross cloning experiments at his strip club.  How gross?  Sex Piss is more ways than one. 

Now it’s up to Adam and best friend Dick to save baby Eddie the Yeti, but they are not alone.  Stripper Angel Snowflake and a drug addicted Yeti hooker do what they can to help.  Will this ragtag group of nutjobs save baby Eddie the Yeti?  Will Dick find love with the stripper?  Will Adam find new love with another Yeti and his sizable tool?  You can imagine, even if you don’t want to. 

The most shocking thing about ANOTHER YETI A LOVE STORY: LIFE ON THE STREETS is that it breaks the sequel rule by being better than the first one.  Yes, the sequel is also crazy, gross and all sorts of offensive, but the script is wittier and made me laugh way more than I expected.  The acting still won’t win any awards, but the thespians fully throw themselves into their unbelievable roles.

In conclusion, I can only recommend these Yeti films if you are an immature adult who loves low budget bad movies and is not offended by much.  Seriously, YETI: A LOVE STORY and it’s sequel celebrates political incorrectness and revels in grossness.  So, stay away from the vulgarity if you’re a precious wilting flower or sit back and embrace the insanity if you’re a nasty freak like me. 

Oh, and I hope everyone had a memorable Pride Month!🌈

Thank you for reading or listening to my half-blind words. 

Freak Out, 


P.S.  Here is a post from a fellow blogger about potentially better, or at least more sane Bigfoot/Yeti films...


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  1. Fun double review, John. I can honestly say I've never heard of these Yeti movies. They look absolutely unhinged, with all the questionable Troma content we've come to know and love. On a side note, I see that you've discovered the wonders of Tubi. They have a surprising assortment of stuff, and the (free) price is right!

    1. Thank you, Barry!
      Troma knows crazy! LOL I'm not surprised you haven't heard of these films. It was just pure chance that I stumbled across them.

      I've already watched Willow Creek on Tubi oh, and I noticed there's an Andy Milligan film that I have not seen! So I'll probably watch that next. LOL

  2. I stand behind Troma and their willingness to push the envelope, slaughter all sacred cows, and fly in the face of political correctness. That's not to say I don't sometimes find their films more than I can bear but I still applaud their willingness to offend. I've never seen either of these films but I can just imagine. :D I thoroughly enjoyed your reviews.

    1. Thanks for dropping by, Michael!

      I agree with you completely about Troma! 🤪