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René van 't Hof
Frozen in Fear stars Eric Roberts as Sean, a deeply disturbed but talented artist. When an East Coast art dealer (Catherine Oxenberg) becomes intrigued by Sean's work, she travels to his small Montana hometown to meet him. Sean suffered a horrific moment as a child when he witnessed the murder of his own mother. Now there are women missing from his usually sleepy hometown.
After the scene of Ellina McCormick is abduction, camera slowly pans from legs to her face showing her naked body strapped to the table. In the same scene, when Eric starts to speaking to her placing his chick on her face, you can clearly see Ellina's black bra, in the next scene, naked body is scene without showing her face. See more »
I watched it all the way through, so I gave it an extra star (half star for sites that use 5 stars). Eric Roberts offered a great performance since he spent nearly the entire movie not talking at all. He did a good job with facial expression and body language. The only really good performance in the entire film.
Otherwise, you know it is going to be a bad movie when the supporting actress gives a better performance than the lead actress. The concept was typical. Nothing to write home about. The attempts to mislead the viewers into thinking the law enforcement was the murderer were heavy handed and clumsy.
Not a good film but I could at least watch it to the end. If planning an evening of bad horror movies, it works.
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