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Frost Giant (2010)

Arctic Predator (original title)
A dedicated explorer and his team search for a 19th century shipwreck off an island in the Arctic ocean. After the team digs up an alien ice creature that has been buried in the ice for ... See full summary »

Director:

Víctor García

Writer:

Rafael Jordan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dean Cain ... J.C.
Steven Waddington ... Hasslein
Lucy Brown ... Sedna
Louisa Clein ... Shayla
Louis Johnson Louis Johnson ... Mackey
Laia Gonzàlez Laia Gonzàlez ... Reyes (as Laia Gonzalez)
Mike Johnson Mike Johnson ... Gates
Iliana Lazarova Iliana Lazarova ... Nataliya (as Iliana Lzarova)
Mike Straub Mike Straub ... Chandra
Hristo Mitzkov Hristo Mitzkov ... Desmond
George Zlatarev George Zlatarev ... Dimitri (as Joro Zlatarev)
Atanas Srebrev ... Ross
Erbi Ago ... Cameron (as Erby Ago)
Donald Anderson Donald Anderson ... Hoppner
Terry Randall Terry Randall ... Capt. William Parry
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A dedicated explorer and his team search for a 19th century shipwreck off an island in the Arctic ocean. After the team digs up an alien ice creature that has been buried in the ice for over 200 hundred years, the creature kills the explorers to gain energy needed to return to it's original form. Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The HMS Fury was abandoned in August 1825 in Prince Regent Inlet between Somerset Island and the Brodeur Peninsula in the Canadian Arctic. Prince Regent Inlet was located in the British Arctic Territory, and today (as of 2012) is located in the Nunavut Territory of Canada. The HMS Heckla (named after the Icelandic volcano) survived the expedition and was sold in 1831. See more »

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The first expedition is supposed to be in 1825. All of the weapons shown in use are from much later in the 19th and even 20th centuries. See more »

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Abominable Alien in Antarctica
10 August 2010 | by MartianOctocretr5See all my reviews

The claustrophobic setting of the story is the best thing this movie has going for it. It's a typical unthinking killing machine monster flick, and seizes material from similarly themed older movies, but it's good enough to kick back with some microwave popcorn and watch.

It's in the Arctic or Antarctic somewhere and a group of scientific investigators at an outpost out there find themselves at the mercy of a weird being that looks like Jack Frost's evil twin. It feeds on energy, so it likes fire and labs and people and stuff. Characters get knocked off in the order painted on their foreheads, while the remaining ones try to figure out a way to get rid of the thing in time. Their only clue on how to do this: a century-old diary.

The acting and direction for a low budget movie are pretty decent, and the movie has its moments. Overall not bad, considering it was free.


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