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[Yuletide Terrors] Day 10: Jack Frost

Throughout the month of December, we will be highlighting a film a day that has some tie into the holiday somehow. Some titles will be obvious, others won’t be. Some films will be good and, again, others won’t be. However, we think all titles are worth your time whether to give you chills inside your home or to make you drink more eggnog until you puke laughing.

After 5 years, 11 states and 38 murderers Jack Frost’s rampage has come to an end. And soon so will he, Frost is being transported to his execution. But an accident on a snowy night, with a truck full of chemicals changes his DNA and mutates Jack into a killer snowman. In his new form, Jack makes his way back to the town of Snowmanton (yes, really) to kill the Sheriff Tiler (Christopher Allport) that arrested him.

Much like Santa’s Slay, Jack Frost
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Awfully Good: Jack Frost 2

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Spike your eggnog! It's time for a month of Awfully Good holiday movies! Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000) Director: Michael Cooney Stars: Christopher Allport, Scott MacDonald, Eileen Seeley The killer snowman is back! And this time he follows his original victims to an island resort in the Bahamas. Jack Frost 2 had a long way to go to top the 1996 original, mainly due to a lack of snowman sex with Shannon Elizabeth. (No, seriously. Click...
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When Winter Attacks! A Preview of Beastie Themed Horror Titles

When the coldest time of the year arrives, the snow it leaves behind may have some people putting on their gloves. Some will tuck in, hiding in the warmth of their homes and others will challenge the winter wonderland head-on. Here are some “inspirational” films to make tackling the winter doldrums just a little more fun. The theme in this list is what kind of beasts may lurk within that icy tundra near and afar?

The Thing from Another World (1951), The Thing (1982 & 2011) DVD & Blu-ray

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No list can be complete without mention of the original, John Carpenter’s classic and the prequel in the same breath. When unleashing an alien terror is not enough, a night can be enjoyed watching all three films! Alien invasion cannot be any more disgusting with the innovative monster creations that are to be found in this movie set.
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Alt.TV – 6/6/10

Are you bored of the same old TV shows? Tired of the mainstream? Then check out this round-up of alternative movies and series showing on UK television tonight…

8.00pm Human Target (Syfy)

Chance enters the ring as a prize fighter in Belgium in order to make an underworld figure lose, and in the course of his investigation, he meets with Eva Kahn, the daughter of a competitor that died. Season One, episode 9.

9.00pm Steel Dawn (Movies4Men)

A warrior roaming the vast desert wastelands in a post-apocalyptic world finds a group of settlers who are being menaced by a murderous gang. Patrick Swayze stars with Lisa Niemi.

10.00pm Transmorphers: Fall of Man (Horror Channel +1)

Metal-crunching prequel starring Bruce Boxleitner. When planet Earth is threatened by giant, alien robots, a band of plucky humans including a doctor and an ex-marine fight to halt their attack.

11.00pm Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman
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Shelter review

Mark finds a different film altogether from the one he was expecting in Shelter. He blames the adverts...

As a caveat to all that follows, it should be noted by readers who have never heard of Shelter that it's written by Michael Cooney, who brought us Jack Frost (the one that's not the Michael Keaton family flick) and Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Mutant Killer Snowman. More recently, though, he's done a line in pot-boilers centred around multiple personality disorder, like Identity and The I Inside, which Shelter continues in a bull-headed manner.

The radiant Julianne Moore plays Cara Jessop, a widowed psychologist whose years of experience with patients have left her cynical and close-minded. As the film starts, we see her declare that a serial killer on death row was of sound mind when he committed his crimes, because multiple personality disorder does not actually exist. The said killer is summarily executed.
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