"Frozen (2010)" Review

Synopsis: Three skiers are stranded on a chairlift and forced to make life-or-death choices that prove more perilous than staying put and freezing to death.

Review: In this voyage into horror Adam Green steps back away from the slashing goodness of "Hatchet" and goes more with a realistic side of horror. I truly have been waiting to see this film for awhile and since it never hit any of the theaters in my area I was without seeing it until now. This film seriously delves into a truly frightening situation that is something that could truly happen in real life which really makes the suspense of the film truly effective. The 3 main actors played their roles perfectly and made the film feel that much more real and gave me an impending sense of doom like that I got from "Open Water (2004)". Now the only thing that I noticed about this film was that I was able to predict almost everything that was going to happen before it happened, but trust me it did not ruin my experience one bit. I think this film (and Spiral) was a smart move on Adam Green to do in between the Hatchet films because it helps to show his diversity in film making. Another great thing about this film was that they did the entire film on a real ski-lift and did not use a sound stage and did not use any CGI which in this day and age of films is awesome.Overall this was great film that has true suspense that will take you into a living hell of realistic proportions!

-Daniel Damnation


Director: Adam Green
Genre: Horror/Suspense
Blu-Ray Release Year: 2010
Theatrical Release Year: 2010
Time Length: 93 mins.
Company: Anchor Bay/Starz Films

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