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Compared with the same company's "The Innkeepers", and "Stake Land", I consider this the best; "The Innkeepers" being dethroned due to me overrating it or because it doesn't stand up to repeat viewings (although due to problems on my Innkeepers disk really it bears mentioning, thank the Lord the disk worked at all!)
Now, this movie - it was good, but there's more worth mentioning with the negatives. The good being, it was quite generic, yet solid with interesting characters. Even the obnoxious jerk behaves like he's unaware people are viewing him as one. What might interest people is the families band together to catch the monster before finding out that it's lethal instead of for survival. A saying I'm unsure of the original source, was something about leaving the audience wanting more, and I would've enjoyed seeing these characters more.
The negatives - besides being anticlimactic there's something that keeps happening in the movies this company produces, which is quite atypical of normal horror, but I kinda know it's going to happen. I had some suspicions of who would die, which were technically inaccurate in the details but in general fell within the expected parameters.
There's alternate artwork on the inside of the cover, which seems more appropriate for a film like this and should've been the front cover.
One other issue: some people had issues with the monster effects. The monster was onscreen for maybe three minutes total. Frankly I can't consider that a significant issue, and don't understand why anyone would, especially since, well...Read more ›
"Hypothermia" is, in the most classic sense, a throw-back to the cheapie monster movies of the fifties. Wait until you get a look at the murderous creature in question. It's a guy in a poorly fitting SCUBA suit and a bad mask. Far more silly than horrifying, this is a movie that would definitely have benefited by leaving the menacing creature largely unseen. But that's not the choice the makers went with, the creature is front and center and elicits a few more laughs than screams. Rooker and his family have a house on the shores of an icy lake. He, his wife, his son, and his son's girlfriend wander out for a day of ice fishing.Read more ›
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was okay, never explained the creature or how it was there or why.Published 15 months ago by Maria Hill
Wooden acting. Stupid story. Really ridiculous monster... Think guy in a black scuba suit with a fins glued to arm and legs, expressionless face, and mouth so full of teeth that... Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by Karen A
I had never heard of this movie before but found it on Amazon. It had a.great storyline and the ending wasn't what I thought it would.be.Published on January 31, 2014 by Margaret brown
I like many horror movies and my daughter and I have gone to many since she was home. Know I order them on line, because she is not with me. Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by Renee Cole