A new breed of aggressive, ravenous sharks cracks the frozen ocean floor of an Arctic research station, devouring all who fall through. As the station sinks into frigid waters, those alive ...
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A new breed of aggressive, ravenous sharks cracks the frozen ocean floor of an Arctic research station, devouring all who fall through. As the station sinks into frigid waters, those alive must fashion makeshift weapons or suffer the same fate. Written by
The map that is referenced while talking to the Hunters is of Ross Island and the Ross Sea those are part of Antarctica not the Arctic which is where the camp is supposed to be. See more »
At about two minutes into the movie, the dog sled driver puts his gloves on. Until his death, his hands are alternately shown with gloves and without gloves. As he is pulled into the water, he is grasping the snow with his bare hands. See more »
Hunters disappear in the Canadian Arctic area near the open water. A bunch of pretty mean sharks is to blame for that. A research station sinks 80 ft below the surface when the ice breaks, and while their oxygen is running low, David (Edward DeRuiter), Tracy (Jenna Parker), Michael (Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau who looks like a surfer from Hawaii because he is a surfer from Hawaii) and Alex (Clarissa Thibeaux) are looking for a way to escape. Many sharks, no weapons, and then the extreme cold...
If you are willing to ignore the abysmal special effects, you get a decent thriller about a rescue mission. What is the last place where you'd want to be when sharks are in the water? Yes, locked in under water with them, and this movie manages to keep up the tension, the script is better than others of the genre (although I still wonder why the scientists tell the rescue experts how to do their job), and the acting isn't too awful, either. It obviously is a C movie version of 'Deep Blue Sea', but it is watchable.
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