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This is possibly one of the worst films I have ever been unfortunate enough to see.
Colin Nemec confirmed his placement as a "C List" actor with a truly wooden performance. The accents in this film were over done, this resulting in the already cheesy dialogue being laughable.
The special effects in this film comprised of poor pyrotechnics and even worse CGI effects. The creature was totally unbelievable, and didn't leave footprints in the snow, nor did it cast its own shadows.
The plot was tiresome and extremely predictable, and based very loosely on the genre of the FPS game Wolfenstein by ID Software (circa 1980).
All in all not worth watching AT ALL.
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