A small band of survivors unwillingly add a new member to their quickly dwindling population, with disastrous results.


(as Mike A. Martinez)


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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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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


During the World War III flashback - the "Russian" car that hits Evanushka has American plates, and many of the Russian soldiers actually have American Air Cavalry patches on their uniforms. See more »


Spoofs Day of the Dead (1985) See more »

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22 August 2005 | by (Lancaster, Ohio USA, Earth) – See all my reviews

Greetings. I linked to this via looking for JACK FROST. In the Movie Connections sections it says that apparently, one of the clips in FROZEN INFERNO is from that film. It is called Jack Frost aka. MOROZKO(1964). It is a 1960s Russian film. INFERNO sounds really cool. Apparently it is a student film? Where did those of you who have commented seen this short film? If anyone knows where I can get a copy. Please let me know. I hope this is enough lines. I need 10 to comment. Ha Ha. I like to see as many short films as I can. If you've never seen JACK FROST- the Russian version- take a look. aka. FATHER FROST (dvd) Thanx, Mark.

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