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.
The 2012 American Film Market is winding down (tomorrow, November 7th, is the final day), and we have a look at some new artwork and stills from a film we've been talking about for a while now, Frost from Icelandic director Reynir Lyngdal.
We've been talking about the foreign flick Frost for quite some time around these parts, and now a full trailer has come, complete with English subtitles. That's sort of akin to saying it's ribbed for her pleasure. Well, not really, but the word ribbed always makes us smile.
Alrighty, kids! It's teaser trailer time! Get out your winter coats because this one definitely comes with a chill factor - both on your skin and down your spine. Check it out!
More foreign distro news on the way that's guaranteed to give someone the chills. Screen Daily reports that Scandinavian sales company TrustNordisk has picked up international sales rights (meaning they'll sell to distributors) to sci-fi thriller Frost.