Say what you wanna about the movie itself, this has got be one of the best film titles in horror history. Where's the big-budget remake damn it?! I encountered Shriek as a youngster on late night TV thanks to Dr. Madblood's Movie and it became a time-honored favorite for me. After a recent up-to-date viewing, I still enjoyed Shriek and its phony yeti mixed with cannibalism fun. Make this a double feature with Blood Stalkers and I'm dialed in completely. The mutilated here are a group of four students out to help their professor research and capture his mysterious yeti. Even though they are about as far from the Himalayas as you can get, the beast is on the prowl. One by one the ghostly white yeti takes its prey. The lone survivor finds out the truth by the end, a shocking revelation that will leave any viewer chilled to the bone and laughing like hell. Turns out there's no yeti, the professor is the group leader for a cannibal cult, and now dinner is served. Our young teacher's pet is slated to be the newest inductee into this bizarre cult or become the next course. This movie ranks as pure fun, no intelligence needed what so ever to enjoy. If you're familiar with the films of Mike Findlay, then you know what to expect, but Shriek of the Mutilated offers much more in my view than the Findlay family's other work. This thing is cool, yeah it's cheesy, but still very cool. If you're a fan of 70's horror, you gotta own this cinematic gem.