Frozen (BLU-RAY)

Imagine being stuck high above the snowy terrain in a ski lift with no one knowing that you're there. It's Sunday and the resort doesn't open again until Friday. It's too high to jump down and the cable is razor sharp so climbing across is not an option. How will you survive?

Frozen isn't your typical horror film as there isn't some homicidal manic after you or an excessive amount of violence or gore. It plays on the fear that this could actually happen in real life to anyone.

The majority of the film takes place in a ski lift so in terms of colors, you're pretty much looking at black, white, and varying shades of brown. Fortunately, the blacks are some of the blackest I've seen on Blu-ray. There are no grainy spots, just pure darkness which only adds to the fear factor.

Catching Frostbite: The Origins of Frozen, Three Below Zero, Shooting Through It, Beating the Mountain: Surviving Frozen, Deleted Scenes, Commentary, and Theatrical Trailer.

There's a good amount of bonus content for Frozen. All of the featurettes are presented in high definition and can be played in succession totally another hour and a half added to your film experience. They go into deep detail as to all the ins and outs of making the film and make you appreciated it that much more. The deleted scenes are in standard definition and are around eight minutes long. There's even a not-so-hidden special feature about how the shooting location is haunted.

If you're a fan of Adam Green (Hatchet) or horror movies in general, Frozen is a decent selection. As far as content is concerned, those interested in the filming process will love the Blu-ray. Others, maybe not so much.

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