There are several yeti movies out there to choose from, and the vast majority are honestly horrible. In fact, I don't think I've seen a good Yeti portrayal yet. So, let's cover this lesser known genre of "Yeti Spaghetti Films;" the best of the awful offerings -
Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon
A plane crashes in the Himalayas with a football team on board. Nope, it's not like the Andes, these guys don't end up cannibalizing each other, but I bet they wished they had. These guys come up against a Yeti that likes to spoon in caves with young women or young men - I don't think he was that gender specific.
I actually enjoyed the 1977 all-start version of this movie, but it became something unbelievably abysmal in the 2011 rendition. People go missing in Canada and they go looking for them only to find a giant hairy beast of the woods.
Friends on a snowy adventure run into a yeti.
Rage of the Yeti
Treasure hunters run into monsters in the arctic.
Casting for these movies? I think we can do better!
Let's talk about those qualified to handle icy-hearted monsters (and, yes, Bill Clinton is qualified) -
Hans the Trollhunter
Quint the shark hunter
Captain Gregg, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir