The Last Winter

The Last Winter

DVD - 2007
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An unknown evil is stalking a group of oil scouts in northern Alaska, and they soon find that not everything under the ice and snow is buried for good.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Genius Products, c2007
ISBN: 9781594450303
1594450307
Branch Call Number: LAS
Characteristics: 1 dvd (101 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm

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Morgan_Hastings
Nov 26, 2016

Worst movie I watched in 2016. And the reviews on some of these DVD covers, what a joke! "Film of the year" Don't waste your time with this, it's not scary at all. In fact this movie was shut off before I ended up finishing it.

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milyama
Oct 23, 2013

Forget John Carpenter's remake, just go back to the original (1951) to see that 52 years ago they could produce a better movie without modern FX.

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Calvacade
Jul 29, 2011

I didn't enjoy this at all, I found it unoriginal and derivative. Watch John Carpenter's The Thing instead.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

The photography in this movie is terrific, it has a good script (especially for a horror film), and a cast devoid of amateurs or over-actors make this film stick out from the piles of garbage out there. This is a very good movie that has been way over looked. I would recommend this movie to any horror movie fan.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

bdls206 thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

In the Arctic region of Northern Alaska, an oil company's advance team struggles to establish a drilling base that will forever alter the pristine land. After one team member is found dead, a disorientation slowly claims the sanity of the others as each of them succumbs to a mysterious fear.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

James Hoffman: [from his journal] Empathy with the land. This we learn in childhood. The land has changed. The biosphere turned; has become unfamiliar and erratic. I would say eventual, but nature is indifferent to us. We fight for our survival, not nature's. There's a fierceness in the world that we never felt before. Something is being unleashed in the softening permafrost. Why do we despise the world that gave us life? Why wouldn't the world survive us, like any organism survives a virus. The world that we grew up in is changed forever. There is no way home. Is there something beyond science that is happening out here? What if the very thing we were here to pull out of the ground were to rise willingly - confront us. What would that look like? What if this is the last winter, before the collapse? And hope dies.

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