Frostbite (Swedish)

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Director: Anders Banke
Starring: Petra Nielsen, Grete Havnesköld, Emma Åberg, Jonas Karlström, Måns Nathanaelson Running Time: 97 minutes
Genre: Horror (Swedish)
Will Appeal To: Those who wants to catch every horror movie there is

This is my first Swedish movie, not a good impression to start with. The movie starts promisingly, with a sense of eeriness and mystique. It’s dark, very dark with some good sound effects.

Fast forward a hundred years, you get a mother and daughter who move a town of endless dark nights. Mother works in a hospital and daughter studies at a high school. They have no where new to base horror movies on huh? Hospitals and schools again huh?

In the school, you get a bunch of teenagers who desperate needs acting classes and spend time partying, taking drugs and kissing. It isn't very difficult to act cool in front of lockers right? Being very predictable, they all end up dying a horrible death (but a rather funny one too). Back at the hospital, the mother is chased by a vampire who seems somewhat wearing a latex costume.

Towards the end of the movie, you get an ensemble of jumping teenagers, a bunny-eating doctor, a hopping rubber vampire and a girl who saves the day. Did I mention the movie was very hilarious?

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