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Frozen Scream

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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Studio: Laser Paradise
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001E2N4II
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 174,304 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Mad scientists turn people into frozen zombies and the zombies wreak havoc and kill people. Producer: Renee Harmon Script: Doug Ferrin, Celeste Hammond & Michael Sonye Regie Frank Roach Actors: Renee Harmon, Thomas Gowan, Lee James, Sunny Bartholomew, Lynne Kocol Playtime: ca. 100 min. (Uncut) Languages/Audio: Englisch Extras Subtitles: German Bonusfilm: "Blutrausch der Zombies" DVD-Label Laser Paradise - Red Edition

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2 doctors want to create immortality in humans with cryogenics.

I think that this is the plot, I cannot believe I have seen this 3 times and still have no idea just what the hell is going on here. How anyone thought that this was fit for banning as a video nasty just goes to show that they must have needed immediate psychiatric treatment. A near incomprehensible mess, truly ridiculous in almost every aspect. The story makes almost no sense, the last 10 mins it becomes slightly more clear what's happening but only just, characters appear to be having an important talk only for a totally irrelevant voice over to completely distort things and this happens throughout the movie. There are also scenes where because of flashbacks it's difficult to distinguish what's in real time and what isn't. Acting wise this has to be one of the worst movies I've ever seen, no-one gives even a half decent performance, and the leading lady (who also produced & co-wrote the story) Renee Harmon who speaks in a very heavy German accent is at times quite hard to understand. For a horror film (it's probably more of a sci-fi/horror) this is not in any way scary has no suspense or atmosphere. This mess has zero redeeming features although it is hard to switch off as you think to yourself (wrongly) this can't get any worse.

Definitely the worst of the DPP 72 video nasties, and possibly one of the worst horror's I've ever seen, this is one for nasty collectors or bad movie fans only.
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Wow...to think this has a DVD release! This wretched excuse for a horror movie stinks from opening to final frame. I can be generous on low budget films if they have some kind of atmosphere or at least make me laugh, but no such luck with this one. Right from the opening you know you're in for a rough ride...murky photography, awful acting, indecipherable dialogue...only a serious masochist could pay attention to this for the full 80 minutes.

For the record, the plot seems to involve experiments on living people by two doctors searching for immortality. The wife of one of their victims/volunteers starts asking too many questions and there are various chases by the doctors band of zombie-like subjects, plus some lame murders and lots of dull talking. The acting is truly dire. The main doctor, a female actress with an accent like Zsa Zsa Gabor, absolutely crucifies every line of dialogue she speaks with the most stilted and lifeless delivery you could ever dream up. But things get even worse...In what I presume is normal procedure for filmmaking, the camera start rolling just before the actors take their cues to start acting, which I understand, but in this movie none of that was trimmed out, meaning many scenes start with people standing lifeless before suddenly launching into action. At least once there was a close up of the heroine's bored face before she suddenly broke into an animated scream of terror. Several times things approach Doris Wishman levels of badness, especially in a scene when the heroine tries to hold a door closed with her weight to keep a baddie from barging it in, yet the outside shot shows him trying the door which obviously opens outwards!
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