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Half way through this film i hoped that the "Arctic Blast" would consume me and put me out of my misery! I watched this movie for amusement entertainment value only! it truly was appalling! the effects and the cast were indeed the worst i have ever seen, I would rate this as a J-K rather than a B movie!!!! I especially loved it around 36 minutes in when the cold front attacks the beach and the lead characters! there is a "fogs eye" view which is sceeearrreeeyyy!!! OK its not but again this film just makes me laugh, laugh, laugh! I would highly recommend it to groups staying in for a slumber party as it would at least encourage you to get drunk to cope!
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