//mini review// Muerte en la Montaña, “Death on The Mountain,” or Frozen. Directed by Adam Green; also the director of Hatchet, and released in 2010 (three years before the Disney film I might add.) Frozen follows three friends that wind up trapped on a ski lift for a weekend in the dead of winter. Besides the limited space for filming the story is gut wrenching. I cried real tears twice when I watched this film. TWICE. What is more impressive is that the entire film is shot practically. There was not a huge production team behind this film because everyone was to nervous to be suspended 50 feet above the ground on a freezing mountain in Ohio. Frozen really lives up to the name because the film perfectly captures how deadly winter really can be. Somewhere along the lines freezing to death stopped being a fear the general audiences wanted to see on the big screen. It is a slow and anticlimactic death. Green really breaks from this stereotype and thrills the intended audience. Maybe freezing to death isn’t that exciting but being skinned or eaten alive generally causes applaud in the horror industry. There was never a theater release or a big marketing team behind this film, so it missed major audiences. Get your hands on Frozen and make sure to give it a watch, it really isn’t a film that should be missed.
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