It’s the second spookiest time of the year! We discuss our fave holiday horror films and chill with the indie horror film “Frozen” (2010).
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A few months back we talked about The Green Knight and were decidedly split on how we felt. Now that the movie is getting a Christmas re-release, we revisit what we thought. You will be surprised to find what we now think.
Additionally, we discuss Steven Spielberg’s upcoming remake of West Side Story and his decision to have no subtitles for the Spanish-speaking parts.
Before we get into our featured review, we talk about the holiday horror movies you should see.
Kiera Knightley, fever dreams, and childhood classics all crop up. We also discuss why Jack Frost is a better holiday horror movie than Thankskilling. And, we also wonder if people will ever stop talking about Die Hard and its connection to Christmas.
Then it’s on to this week’s spotlight film, a Winter Wasteland indie horror treat.
Frozen is a 2010 thriller that keeps things simple.
The story is about a trio of friends who get caught on a ski lift and have to battle the elements in order to survive.
Obviously, this type of movie will take a lot of realism to succeed, but why did they make it feel like it was from another decade? Plus, we talk about relatable characters that are a little annoying and very dumb.
Adam Green’s Frozen (2010) is currently available to watch for free on Tubi.
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