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Submitted by alycakes 938d ago | trailer

Five Things to Know from 'The Frozen' Screening; Plus the Official Poster, Trailer and Synopsis

Collider:
Earlier this week Collider was invited to a special L.A. screening of The Frozen at the Arclight Hollywood. The psychological thriller stars Brit Morgan (True Blood), Noah Segan (Looper), and Seth David Mitchell. When Mike (Mitchel) and Emma (Morgan) head off to the mountains in search of a romantic getaway they find their trip strained by tension in the relationship, but after a snowmobile accident leaves them stranded they must work together to survive. Soon after, Mike goes missing, leaving Emma alone in the wilderness with a mysterious hunter (Segan) tracking her through the woods. Hit the jump for a look at the official synopsis, trailer, and poster for the film, as well as the five things I learned at the screening. (DVD, Indie film, The Frozen, VOD)

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ReconHope  +   940d ago
omg this looks so horrible

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