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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
At approximately 33.30 - 33.40, when old guy is yelling "Sam, is that you?" his pipe switches hands. See more »
[Jack's head flying through the air]
I can see your house from up here!
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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 »
I'm glad that users (as of this date) who liked this movie are now coming forward. I don't understand the people who didn't like this movie - it seems like they were expecting a serious (?!?!?) treatment! C'mon, how the hell can you take the premise of a killer snowman seriously? The filmmakers knew this was a silly premise, and they didn't try to deny it. The straight-faced delivery of scenes actually makes it FUNNY! Yes, there are times where the low budget shows (such as that explosion scene), but I think an expensive look would have taken away from the fun of the movie! So if you like B-movies, and the goofy premise appeals to you, then you'll certainly like "Jack Frost".
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