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Ice Queen (2005)

While transporting a unique female species from the Pleistocene Age, a.k.a. Ice Age, a military convoy is attacked and the sample is abducted. The creature called "Ice Queen" should be ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ami Chorlton ...
Ice Queen (as Ami Veveers-Chorlton)
Daniel Hall Kuhn ...
Tara Walden ...
Peter Wyndorf ...
Demone Gore ...
Neil Benedict ...
Duncan Murdoch ...
Lucy the Dog ...
Erika Wakker ...
T-Shirt Girl
Nicole Dolphin ...
T-Shirt Girl
Jillian Tate ...
T-Shirt Girl


While transporting a unique female species from the Pleistocene Age, a.k.a. Ice Age, a military convoy is attacked and the sample is abducted. The creature called "Ice Queen" should be conserved in cryogenic state, otherwise she would wake-up very aggressively, but the apparatus in the plane where Dr. Goddard airborne the species has a problem, the creature is warmed, awakes and kills the mercenary pilot. The airplane crashes and slides with the snow avalanche that was provoked in the mountains, falling over and burying a resort, trapping a group of survivors with the Ice Queen inside. The species kills some of them, while Johnny, his girlfriend Tori and Elaine have to find a means of escape to save their lives. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence/gore, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

7 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Avalanche Run  »

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The power lines were taken out by the avalanche. When the queen claws the black guy in the bathroom and he knocks her into the hand drier it comes on. See more »


Johnny: Chill-ax.
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Edited from Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) See more »


Words and Music by Martin Guigui
Performed by Martin Guigui
Courtesy of Old School Records
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Wonder why this is so cheap? Well, now you know.
6 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Why is it ALWAYS the blonde, fake-tanned, silicon-enhanced skank they show with her bits out in modern 'horror' films, and not the natural, attractive ones? There is a bimbo in this movie who talks so dumb and is such a bad actress, she makes the ladies from TOWIE seem tolerable by comparison. The biggest laugh is when we find out she's in law school... this is about as likely as me being a midwife. If the director had any sense he'd have killed her off after the wet t-shirt competition and the shag in a hot tub, but nope... Instead she hangs around like a bad smell, ruining every scene she's featured in. At least she's getting plenty of help there...

Onto the monster. It's a massive smurf with spiky teeth and some red wires trailing from it. It moves like your drunk uncle trying to play charades, and kills people by plucking their hearts from their chests. Fortunately, it doesn't recite any weird chants like Mola Ram in Temple Of Doom. In fact, it doesn't say anything at all, it just drools and snarls and licks it's lips. It is also completely unscary, so even in movies as appalling as this when the creature usually provides some blessed relief, here it just highlights how shoddy and pathetic the whole enterprise is.

What else? Well, there's a HUGE avalanche scene that may have worked, apart from the most obvious use of green screen EVER. (And WTF is someone banging a gong as part of the background noise during it?) And there's a cute dog, with more talent in it's right paw than the rest of the humans put together. Apart from that, it is boring, boring, boring... then the giant smurf appears, and we wish it would go back to being boring, instead of just painful.

Fortunately, I don't envisage the makers being in a position to pollute the atmosphere with more of their garbage films for quite a while. After all, the profit margin from selling two copies a week at Poundland must be somewhat slight... 1/10

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