UK DVD Forecast Calls for Snow; Icelandic Film Frost Dated for Home Video
Who doesn't love a good snow-covered horror flick? Movies like The Thing and Adam Green's Frozen have shown that horror stories and winter make for a damn fine pairing, and the found footage flick Frost is the next one set to splatter blood in the snow.
We've been talking about the film for a long time here on Dread Central, and Entertainment One has just announced that it's headed to DVD over in the UK on February 10, 2014. And we just love the quote they decided to use on the cover.
Check out the art below along with the film's trailer!
Icelandic filmmaker Reynir Lyngdal directs Frost, which was shot in the Icelandic highlands. Ingvar Thordarson and Julius Kemp produced for Kisi Production, with Markus Selin and Jukka Helle (Solar Films) and Karla Stojáková (Axman Production) co-producing. It also had backing from the Icelandic Film Centre.
Filmmaker Gunnar (Björn Thors) arrives at a remote glacier camp on the outskirts of the Arctic Circle to meet up with physiologist Agla (Anna Gunndís Guðmundsdóttir) to make a documentary about the research being conducted there. The next day they discover the camp mysteriously abandoned and their co-workers gone without a trace. As darkness descends and the camp is shaken with ear-splitting shrieks and violent flashing lights, the couple bravely venture out into the vast nothingness, frantically following a trail of blood in the snow in the hope that it’ll lead them to their missing colleagues, unaware of what they’ll find at the other end…
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