"No one knows you're up there."
Last week I stumbled accross the trailer for "Frozen", which is listed as a drama/thriller but will inevitably be recognized as a horror. The story goes something like this: Three skiers somehow get left behind on the lift after they decide to make one last run right before the place closes...Unfortunately for them, nobody knows they're there. What makes things even worse for them is it's a Sunday, and they wont be open again until Friday. It's only a matter of time before they realize that if they want to get out of this alive, they will have to make some very tough choices. Which puts them in an interesting position; the only thing more dangerous than doing something, would be to do nothing.
"Frozen" stars Emma Bell, Shawn Ashmore, Kevin Zegers, and is Directed by "Hatchet's" Adam Green, which most people praise a lot more than I do. It's good to see that this film will be rated "R", and that they will not shy away from the potential of gritty imagery here, instead of trying to cater to the tween audience. These days that's alone an accomplishment when it comes to American horror.
Watch the trailer: