Adam Green directed movie The Frozen is a thriller. The story is about three college students who get stuck in a Ski-resort’s chairlift. Their day had started like a typical day amid the beauty of nature which turns into a gruesome and chilling nightmare. These snowboarders are forced to make dangerous choices since it is a life-and-death situation. However, their choices prove to be even more perilous and their condition starts declining. The sky patrol also switches off the night lights and the students realize that they are now all alone on and dangling height with no way they can escape down.
The trailer of the movie has already premiered. The movie is shot in a single room and a lot is being expected out of this movie. Expensive effects and stuff blowing are quite compelling and better than many blockbusters that have already been released this year. The movie is able to touch all spirits that one would do to survive. The movie has clearly detected how far a person would go to protect and save himself. The students in the movie have to choose between just sitting and freezing to death or act.
A sudden change in temperature has led to the resort being closed until the next weekend and the students are now in danger of hypothermia and frostbite. Students are forced into taking desperate measures so that they could escape this rigid topography before they completely freeze to death. After they have made a move, they discover that the conditions ahead are even worse and much more fearful than they have thought of. With an indomitable spirit they are able to question themselves if there will is strong enough to survive to overcome the most terrific horrors.
The movie stars Emma Bell, Kevin Zegers, Shawn Ashmore, Rileah Vanderbilt, Ed Ackerman, Adam Johnson, Chris York, Peder Melhuse, Kane Hodder, John Omohundro and Joshua Cameron. Most of the movie has been shot at Snow basin situated near Ogden in Utah. The movie is being distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The movie will get released on 5th February in theaters.