Excerpt: Frozen is one of those films with a premise that had not previously been made into a film and that, for me, is one of the things that is most interesting about the film itself. As a whole, the film is very well made and succeeds in placing the audience in a suspenseful situation that they have not...
Summary: Okay so this was a great movie, but i never want to watch it again. Ever. You get so involved with their situation and you're sucked into it, you feel their pain and horror. Ir leaves you feeling unsettled. A lot like 'Buried' did if you have seen that film.
Summary: Yes, brutal, like a lost Stephen King short story from the seventies, one of those with a small cast of characters that keeps getting smaller. You cross your fingers and just hope the ones you're rooting for survive to the end. And terrific.
Summary: "Frozen" is a beautifully crafted and original horror/thriller set on a ski lift. Now, you might watch the trailer like I did and thought, "that is going to be so bloody boring! It's just three people sitting on a ski lift!" But trust me, it's much more than that.
Summary: Three college kids bribe their way on to a ski lift and enjoy a wonderful afternoon but things go horribly wrong when the Ski resort closes for 5 days and the friends realize that they’ve been forgotten.
Summary: Three college students are confined to a skilift suspended far above ground, isolated, with no one knowing about it(and no way to contact anyone), and realize that since they could be there for days while the resort is closed, they have to take matters into their own hands.
Excerpt: I saw the trailer for "Frozen" onmy BD set of "The Walking Dead", and I was riveted by the concept and knw I had to see it. I bought it at Target for $13,which was still a risk as I had not seen the film, and knew it could be a dud.
Summary: The director (whom I didn't know before this movie) gets to generate an authentic tension from a real suspense story: the panic gripping the trio is absolutely palpable, although the strong implausibility of no one having a cellphone is not that believable.
Summary: I agree that the tension was kept pretty high throughout the film, but the characters, aside from a few personal stories, were never well developed. And wolves, really? The effort was there, but in the end I wasn't swayed.