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Meteor Bay-Leder 7 struck earth on October 18th, 2012. Causing earthquakes, tidal waves, and a dust cloud that soon covered most of the Northern hemisphere, it changed the face of our planet forever. Leaving Russia destroyed, and turning Europe into a snow- covered »death zone«, Bay-Leder 7 was the end of civilization as we know it. For Tom Parker, head of security at the American Embassy in Berlin, it was also the end of all he held dear - having to leave his wife and his daughter in the German capitol, he effectively sentenced them to a cold death. Three years later, most of the survivors have set up shop in the habitable territories in the equator regions. It's a harsh life, with little hope of Earth's climate ever reverting back to normal. When a military command center registers a long forgotten experimental satellite going green, an expedition is set up to find the base from where it is controlled. Halfway across the »death zone« that was once Europe, the expedition's plane is ... Written by
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This is an interesting post-apocalypse film with some decent action scenes. Solid job done by the B grade actors. The film centers on the mixed crew attempting to reach the ice and snow covered Berlin three years after a comet slammed into the Earth and created a nuclear winter to destroy a command and control center for a solar power satellite that someone under Berlin is using to destroy cities with a focused microwave beam. Not a lot of time is spent on the governments or situations created by the comet strike, this mostly covers the crews trek to Berlin and their adventures there. Dean Cain has all the makings of a solid B grade action star. All in all, a fine way to spend two hours.
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