This film opens up with a shot of a plane crash in a mountain. A lone survivor (a young girl) is outside trudging through the snow. From the point-of-view of the Sasquatch we watch as she fires a flare, misses, and gets attacked. Now, I have to side with Bigfoot here...was it really a good idea to shoot at him? "Hey, there's a huge, muscular furry thing that can rip me apart. I think I'll fire a single shot at it." Cut to Lance Henrikson, millionaire extraordinaire, setting up a team to go find his daughter. She was trapped in a snowy mountain...so of course they go into a thick forest...
Then - for some odd reason - they FORGET what their mission is. They start camping in a forest and talking about Bigfoot and starting relationships with each other. It isn't until they find a cave that ol' Lance says, "Wait a minute...my daughter!" His answer to find her is to fire a shot into the air and shout her name. And that's it. "Um...Lance? Your daughter's in the Himalayas, you might wanna yell louder than that..."
Then Bigfoot attacks! Well, he drags a girl ten feet from her tent and leaves. Was she camped out fifty miles from the rest of the group? Why didn't they notice a ten foot tall gorilla-like beast walk into camp and carry a girl off? And why didn't the girl notice what it was?
Some how they come across the crash site where they find out Bigfoot killed every one. Then Bigfoot comes and kills off some of them. In the end, Lance and Bigfoot have a showdown where he decides to spare Chewy because - underneath all that murderous, blood-stained fur - there beats the heart of a good being. A being that killed his daughter and mutilated her corpse, but still a good being...wait, does that make sense...?
Wow, this movie was really bad. Even Lance Henriksson can't save this. Lance, c'mon...I know you've been damned to Direct-to-Video Hell forever...but do you have to pick movies THIS bad?
And hey, I'm just wondering: was this film supposed to be a sexploitation film? That scene where the girl is undressing in her tent with softcore porn music was odd...and turning the camera 180 degrees didn't help. And why did that one girl strip down and get in a forest lake? She is one of two girls in a part of seven, is that a wise thing? And also, I would not step into unknown water in the middle of a thick forest at night. The worms and chiggers must have loved to see her.