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Frost Bite (2012)

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Several months after a zombie outbreak Frost Bite is the last town in Alaska. For John Bannister and his team of survivors it's what they call home, and it's all they got. Now, an ... See full summary »



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Several months after a zombie outbreak Frost Bite is the last town in Alaska. For John Bannister and his team of survivors it's what they call home, and it's all they got. Now, an unforeseen evil has risen, and his name is Regis, and he wants everything they have. Zombies are one thing, but Raiders are something else entirely. Written by Pop Gun Pictures

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28 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In such a popular genre as Zombies, with as great and detailed a history as it has, you would think that it would be hard to screw up a zombie movie. Certainly, it couldn't be worse than such movies as Zombies On Broadway or I Was A Zombie For The F.B.I. But you would be wrong. This is one of the most incompetently made zombie movies ever created. The acting is utterly abysmal, the dialog forced and at times overly melodramatic, the story is boring and predictable, with a long stretch in the middle where NOTHING happens, and the action is so focused on the two groups of survivors that that the zombies become unimportant; so unimportant, in fact, that they become unnecessary and redundant. Without a doubt, the worst mistake the director(?) makes is his concentration on Stephen Waalkes as Chris, whose acting ability extends only to one facial expression and constantly walking around with his shirt off. I did some reading, and it turns out that Mr. Waalkes is an MMA Fighter. That must be how he got this job; it sure wasn't because of his acting ability. It isn't even good in the "so bad it's good" category. It's just AWFUL. The worst zombie movie ever made! I'm begging all of my fellow horror fans and movie aficionados out there; please don't waste your time.

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