|release date||September 27 2005|
|writer||Neil Kinsella, Peter Beckwith|
|starring||Ami Chorlton, Jennifer Reno, Noelle Hill, Harmon Walsh|
SynopsisA plane carrying the archeological find of the century - a female humanoid from the Ice Age, recently discovered sealed in a tomb of amber deep in the Amazon forest - crashes into the peak of snow-covered Killington Mountain, causing a disastrously large avalanche. The resort is destroyed and all are trapped inside underneath mountains of snow. Even worse, something deadly has been unleashed underneath with them. The Ice Queen. She has awakened from the cold, is gruesomely deformed, viciously powerful, and terrifyingly bloodthirsty. One by one, the surviving staff begins to meet horrible fates. With every degree colder it becomes, the Queen becomes stronger and her victims weaker. With little air left, and the resort collapsing around them, the remaining staff must make a deadly gamble, face the Ice Queen, or risk their resort.
Take some really hot hicks with huge fake boobs, some cute guys with no clue, a resort set in the ski summit somewhere in the West, and of course, an alien race extinct since the ice age that exists only to kill, and you get Ice Queen. No, this is no ice skating movie, it’s not a fairy tale, and it doesn’t have anything to do with gay men who are emotionally distant and sexually unavailable. Its pure sci-fi channel cheese with a few moments of sex and some cool miniature sets (plus an avalanche). …Read More