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Jason R. Miller, one of the producers behind films like Frozen (not the “Let It Go” one, but I’m sure you fright fanatics already know that), Hatchet 2, Chillerama and the director of Unidentified, has started principal photography on his second film, the creepy looking Bloodhound. The film, featuring Ed Ackerman (Frozen, 17 Again) and David Foy (Hatchet 2), Miles Dougal (Director’s Cut., Detroit Rock City), Jess Allen (Broken Glass), and Silvia Moore (Lords of Salem, Chillerama), looks (from the stills sent to us) to be quite the shocker, with a very unsettling look to it. Personally, I’m excited as hell about this one, due to the hilarious performances Ackerman and Foy gave in Hatchet 2, it’ll be fun to see both of them play off each other again, this time in a terrifyingly serious angle.
“In Bloodhound, private investigator Abel Walker (Ackerman) along with his cameraman, Jim (Foy), are »
- Jerry Smith
Five years after it first premiered at Sundance and was quietly released into a handful of theaters, Adam Green’s Frozen might still be his best film. It’s certainly his most accessible: unlike the goopy splatterfests that are his Hatchet movies or the brooding psychodrama of Spiral — all of which are great in their respective ways — the terrors of Frozen are universal. It’s the kind of movie that speaks to everyone in the audience: What Would You Do If…?
The premise is brilliant simplicity: three friends — couple Dan (Kevin Zegers) and Parker (Emma Bell) and third wheel Joe Lynch (Shawn Ashmore, playing a character named after Green’s real-life best friend and fellow director) — find themselves stranded on a ski lift in freezing temperatures with no rescue in sight for at least five days.
That description barely scratches the surface of what Green has in store, as his »
- Patrick Bromley
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