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Ice Road Terror (2011)

Two truckers driving across frozen Alaskan rivers to deliver equipment to a remote diamond mine, encounter a long-dormant prehistoric creature on the frozen ice.


Terry Ingram


Keith Shaw




Complete credited cast:
Brea Grant ... Rachel Harris
Ty Olsson ... Jack Simmons
Dylan Neal ... Neil Conroy
Malcolm Stewart ... Karl Kruger
Michael Hogan ... Terry Lowman
Merrilyn Gann ... Beryl Lowman
David Lyle ... Tanner
William Belleau ... Tyee
Jim Shield ... Heath Reid
Don Thompson ... Dan Sparkman
Sean Owen Roberts ... Krem (as Sean O. Roberts)
Donavon Stinson ... Trucker


Two truckers driving across frozen Alaskan rivers to deliver equipment to a remote diamond mine, encounter a long-dormant prehistoric creature on the frozen ice.

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The highway to Hell is paved with ice

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for creature violence and gore | See all certifications »

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The filming has trouble with flocks of ducks flying in the shots. The crew would periodically set off fire works to keep them away. See more »


When the mine foreman is pulled through the ice, the ice is only one or two inches thick. This is not sufficient to hold the weight of a tractor-trailer rig, loaded or not. See more »


References Ice Road Truckers (2007) See more »

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Where are the dinosaurs?
24 February 2014 | by jerekraSee all my reviews

Seeing Ice Road Terror was not that mind blowing. The film actually had decent acting, somewhat good action, and a simple plot. But overall it was nothing special.

This film is basically about a company up in Alaska that awakens a prehistoric predator "dinosaur". A couple truckers then try to take hazardous materials up to the area where the beast is, not knowing that it exists.

I actually thought the human characters were good in this film. They really seemed like truckers and were characters you could get behind. Also the girl who was the scientist was pretty good too. Surprising because usually in movies like these the humans are all cliché.

The "dinosaur" in this film is weird in that it really is a big lizard. I do not know of any predatory dinosaur that runs around on four legs. It was pretty standard CGI for this beast and it got some decent action but nothing special.

The story is pretty easy to follow.

I thought that I got tricked because they showed a carnataurus on the box and some dvds even had a tyrannosaurus on them even though neither of those dinosaurs are in this film. The only creature in this film is the giant lizard. So I don't know why they had to false advertise this film.

Pretty standard SYFY film. I do not strongly recommend it, but it isn't bad either. Watch it on a rainy day.

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Release Date:

11 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Jégbe zárt terror See more »


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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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ARO Entertainment, Hybrid See more »
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