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Frozen Scream (1975)

Not Rated | | Horror
Mad scientists turn people into frozen zombies and the zombies wreak havoc and kill people.


Frank Roach


Doug Ferrin (screenplay by), Michael Sonye (screenplay by) (as Michael Soney) | 3 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Renee Harmon ... Lil Stanhope
Lynne Yeaman Lynne Yeaman ... Ann Girard (as Lynne Kocol)
Wolf Muser ... Tom Girard
Thomas McGowan ... Kevin McGuire (as Thomas Gowen)
Wayne Liebman Wayne Liebman ... Father O'Brien
Lee James Lee James ... Sven Johnsson
Sunny Bartholomew Sunny Bartholomew ... Cathrin
Bill Oliver Bill Oliver ... Bob Russel
Bob Rochelle Bob Rochelle ... Kirk Richard
Teri Argula Teri Argula ... Nurse
Art Piatt Art Piatt ... Nightwatchman
Cheryl Harmon Cheryl Harmon ... Trick o'Treat Child
Julie Ann Meisels Julie Ann Meisels ... Trick o'Treat Child
Jennifer Flamen Jennifer Flamen ... Trick o'Treat Child
Chris Hammond Chris Hammond ... Principal Dancer


Mad scientists turn people into frozen zombies and the zombies wreak havoc and kill people.

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One of the original 72 Video Nasties. It was banned but never prosecuted. See more »

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An uncut Region 2 DVD is available from Laser Paradise. The disc is double-sided, with 'Blautrausch Der Zombies' on the other side ('Blautrausch Der Zombies' has a German audio track only). See more »


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Another preposterous entry into the Video Nasties list
23 April 2012 | by tomgillespie2002See all my reviews

I was under the impression that the medical toxin Botox was a modern phenomenon in terms of its use on vacuous, rich, stupid peoples faces. However, watching this 1975 movie actually proved me completely wrong. The "actors" in this film seem to use the substance on a meteoric scale, and its as though the late '60's concept of drug sharing is taken to another level, like 'Fraternity of Men', "Don't bogart botox my friend, pass it over to me", seems to be what was happening between scenes. The faces of all involved here barely move. Their expressionless, vapid, and monotone deliveries are almost laughable; they simply have no emotions - even when delivering some (incredibly pedestrian admittedly) dialogue that simply drips from their chins, and is hardly audible.

Well, the film does also kind of have a story. It's about scientists who are experimenting on what appear to be implants that can extend life - becoming the epitome of love and immortality. Basically, they have discovered a way to revive the dead, bringing them life as cold, zombie-like creatures of control (like H. P. Lovecraft, but without any outrageous fun - of even simply fun for that matter). There are some strange figures in black robes who seem to kill those who find out. It's pretty hard to work out what is going on at times, it is a rather convoluted narrative. So it is yet again another pathetic, and preposterous entry into the video nasties list. All I can say here is simply that I curse the stupid choices that the director of public prosecutions made in the early 1980's, and also I want to extend my fist towards the man who's idea it was to review all these f*****g films - cheers Tom, you knob.


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