First of all, do not get yourself confused with horror film Frozen that was released in 2010. The Frozen is a thriller directed by Andrew Hyatt and starring Brit Morgan, Noah Segan and Seth David Mitchell. One of my friends just got the DVD few days back and I was kind of zoomed it on a Saturday afternoon with my TV set. The movie The Frozen is a kind of formulaic with few twists that are not alien to me.
Nevertheless, The Frozen is a decent thriller which could have been much better if it had some original elements. For those who are looking this as a horror film, you may find yourself disappointed in the end. Those few creepy moments in the film are only to distract you from your imagination of what actually is going to happen in the end; but somehow could not hold much longer.
Well, just to shed some light on the storyline here it is: A young couple Mike (Seth David Mitchell) and Emma (Brit Morgan) planned it wrong for an adventure-filled time in a snowy mountain that seems a bit crazy idea for anyone during winters and that too miles away from home. To no surprise, eventuality brought them to a snowmobile accident leaving them stranded in the isolated frozen wilderness with shivering cold.
As they wait for help to come, they not only struggle to find their way out but also meet strange characters including a mysterious hunter (played by Noah Segan) keeping eye on them every now and then, and a ghost element that together turns their whole adventure into horror with such precarious situation. Soon after their accident, Emma begins to see a man with a gun which she tries to tell Mike, but he thinks Emma is just scared.