Snow Beast

Synopsis: People disappear every year out in the Canadian wilderness - however, this year is different. This year something is increasing the body count. Jim ('John Schneider') and his research team trek into the Canadian wilderness to study the Canadian Lynx every year. However, this year is different. The Lynx are missing. In fact most of the wildlife is missing; Jim and his team, including his rebellious daughter Emmy (Danielle Chuchran), seek to find out why. As they conduct their study, something is stalking them. Something not human. Something that no prey can escape...including human prey! While the research team is trying to find out why the lynx have disappeared, the local ranger ('Jason London') is searching for the answer to what is making tourist disappear; even if it the last thing he ever does... and it is.
Director(s): Brian Brough
Production: Candlelight Media Group
88 min









You see that Dan?










Don't forget

your coat.

I wouldn't need one if

you let me stay here.

Ah. That's you fault,

not mine.

I'm not the one that got

expelled the day before

her father went on a trip.

Why can't I stay home?

It's not like I need

a babysitter.

You know, I would've

agreed with you if you

hadn't gotten into

a fight at school.

It wasn't even a fight.

All I did was shove

her, and she deserved it.

Oh, and if she didn't deserve it

and you punched her anyway.

Shoved her.

And she totally went after Blake

even though she knew I liked him.

That's funny. I don't remember

you ever mentioning Blake before.

That's because

you don't listen.

Did you get anything to eat,

'cause we gotta go pretty soon.


You're coming with me, Emmy.

I can stay at Lena's.

Oh, that's right, and do what

while she's at school?

Well, what am I

gonna do in...


I don't know. Maybe you can make up on

all that homework you've missed for one.


Sweetheart, you can make snow angels,

you can build a snowman.

You can help us with our work.

I really don't care.


Yeah, no thank you.

There are animals.

Maybe that'll help you out.

Yeah, whatever.

What do you guys

even do there anyway?

We track down animals that

we've been following for years...

and we see how they're doing.

We measure changes

in their environment,

- we..

- Boring.

You are coming with me

and you don't have a leg...

to stand on, and you know it,

because if you thought you had...

a leg to stand on you would not

have packed your bag.


High five.


Get in the car.

This is gonna be so lame.



Hi guys.

Emmy, you

remember Rob and Marci,

two very important parts

of our research team...

from the university.

Hi Emmy.

[GRUNTING] Look out.

Come on guys. Let's go

before it gets too dark.

Yeah, we don't wanna get lost

like last time.


Have you seen them today?


I guess they didn't wanna make

an appearance until you showed up.

We haven't even

been out at all.

We've been stocking the cabin.

Anything good?

It's all good,

as long as Marci doesn't cook it.



Emmy can help out with that.


What's that?

Ski resort.

Did you guys know that, uh...

over 15 million people ski or

snowboard in North America alone?



How do they

have time for that?

Hey, can we go skiing?

We're here to work, Em.

No, you're here to work, Dad.

We have two snowmobiles.

Maybe you could take a ride

on one...

with your dad

driving, of course.


Hey, grab some of them

push pins, will ya?

Hurry, we got a lotta these

to do today.

One thing you gotta realize, kid,

is people go missing.

It happens out here sometimes.

Especially during

spring break season.

All those college kids drift too far away

from their fancy resorts and freeze.

Others get...

buried in an avalanche.

It happens?

That's your philosophy?

When you've been around as long

as I have, you'll get what I mean.

Yeah, thanks Gibbons.

Trying to save the world.

I gotta save the world

before he eats it.


Home, sweet home.

For one week

outta the year, anyway.

This is where

you guys come?


We're in the middle

of nowhere.

You thought I was kidding,

didn't you?

No, really, like nowhere.

We're actually only six miles

from the resort as the crow flies,

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