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Average FF Chiller (Excuse the bad pun)
on 16 February 2014
Frost is a found footage film that follows young couple Agla and Gunnar who wake up at a glacier camp to find the camp mysteriously abandoned and their co-workers gone. When searching for the lost team they realize they're up against an unknown deadly force.
As far as this genre goes, this is a decent effort. With a great location of blizzards, snowy and desolate landscapes with claustrophobic underground caves to boot this is a nice looking movie. However those looking for a thrill ride where monsters and creatures reduce the body count one by one, you will be disappointed. Frost is a slow paced film that doesn't full detail the force at work and we never get a good glimpse either, but we are given enough to put the picture together.
It has its fair share of creepy and tense scenes but those looking for a fully resolved film will again be disappointed. The final 10 mins are also shot traditionally, ditching the FF shots, but this is just done to wrap up the story.
While not being the most enthralling and awesome FF movie out there, this harkens back to the tense movies where the imagination is the scariest element. However this film is definitely not for everyone.