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Serial killer is genetically mutated in car wreck on the way to his execution. After which, he becomes a murdering snowman hell-bent on revenge for the sheriff who caught him. Written by
Here are all the lines in-between the credits, in order: "Ohhh noooo, I feel like a caboose." "Mongo like movie." "Don't eat yellow snow." "It's page 60 and there's not a single morph." "Roundy round." "Maybe it will snow tomorrow." "Say, who was that behind Door #3?" "Where's the carrot in the bath scene?" "The thing about snowmen is that they don't really have arms." "How many times did you spot Idiot?" "Does anybody have a 20 on Yolanda?" "Is the soup ready yet?" "You want a B-12?" "Can I have fries with that?" See more »
Easily the greatest low budget horror film of all time. I first saw this movie when I was around nine years of age, and I have to say that it scared the hell out of me. Now that I'm all growed up, however, I see this movie for what it really is... a work of genius. Everyone, or at least everyone with any taste, has dreamed of seeing a snowman going around killing people, even if they won't admit it. I have always found something genuinely frightening about snowmen, so naturally, for a horror junkie such as myself, thismovie was a dream come true. Some people say that this movie is silly, or otherwise void of any intelligence... it's a movie about a serial killer snowman, what the hell did you expect? Anyone who gave this film a low score is obviously too uptight to sit back and have a good laugh at stupid one-liners and cheap gore. I love this movie for what it is, a comedy, and until the movie industry wises up and makes a serious horror flick about a killer snowman (which seems impossible, unfortunately) I will forever hold this great piece of indie horror close to my heart.
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