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The Frozen Inferno (2000)

Unrated | | Action, Short, Sci-Fi | Video 21 April 2000
A small band of survivors unwillingly add a new member to their quickly dwindling population, with disastrous results.


(as Mike A. Martinez)


(screenplay), (story) | 2 more credits »


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Cast overview:
Tim Jahn ...
Sgt. Bilko
George N. Thompson ...
Evanushka Premakov
Gabriel Derrick ...
Dr. Obrero
Capt. Bruno Corbucci
Dominic Fantazzi ...
Mason Perry
Greg S. Campbell ...
Search Party Scout Ginty
David Wood ...
Gulag Administrator
Brandon Baca ...
Search Party Scout D'Amato
Shawn Francheck ...
Pvt. Nick Alexander
Justin Vernola ...
Dead Guy
Luigi Ippolito ...
Pvt. Sopkiw
Mike Romeo ...
Lt. Cheeseburger
Michael A. Martinez ...
Russian Soldier (as Mike A. Martinez)
C. Alan Ploegsma ...
Reb Brown, The Radio Guy


In the post-apocalyptic near-future, the world is held in the icy grip of a nuclear winter. The residents of a massive network of concrete bunkers struggle to survive against starvation and radioactive mutants. When a search party is lost on a routine "supply run", the colony finds a nearly-dead man lying in the snow. The new addition to the colony's population happens to be a shifty-eyed Russian refugee named Evanushka. Written by Aylmer <aylmer666@juno.com>

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Imagine if hell froze over ...and that's what you call home.


Action | Short | Sci-Fi | War






Release Date:

21 April 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

After the Fall of New York Part II: Arctic Fury  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Reb Brown solemnly removes his hat while talking to Bilko about the missing search party, but in the next shot his hat is suddenly on top of his head again. See more »


Spoofs Day of the Dead (1985) See more »

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Snowy Apoco
11 March 2006 | by (San Ho) – See all my reviews

Decent no-budget effort from MAM with a freezing apocalyptic twist. Martinez plunders the Italian vaults and took some editing lessons, creating a much more coherent film than his previous Space Worms. While the acting is leagues above that film, it is still poor here and is the biggest distraction (well, that and no ending). The writing is no great shakes either, but this project comes together quite well in all the technical departments. Great stunts like the car hit and free fall were brilliant, as were the war scenes, Russian Mohawks and all. The comedic touches (like the patient constantly getting stepped on) were actually funny and not just stupid like past Martinez humor. Someone give this guy a budget and some actors.

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