With a car packed full of ski equipment and enough beer to fuel their escape from everyday life eight medical students head out on their Easter vacation.
Isolated in the snowy hills the group begins to realize they came to the wrong resort, as deep in the hills lay an unthinkable evil.
Gory, disturbing and brilliant... get ready for the horror comedy of the year!
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Dead Snow is a good film but a bit predictable. Lots of gore, which I like. It was worth the money.
Dead Snow is a refreshing change, a horror film that just keeps the gore going from start to end. The story, while not original, keeps the action going with some effective effects. There are also plenty of comedy moments with a few homages to other horror films thrown in.
Nazis zombies? Hell yeah, I saw the poster of this film and I had to see it. When I did, I enjoyed but felt that there was a lot to improve. Dead Snow is enjoyable and is a well thought of idea. But unfortunately Dead Snow ventures in territory previously explored in the classic Nazi zombie film Shock Waves, which is the best of it's kind. Dead Snow is part horror and part comedy. The film is good for what it is, but it's nothing truly spectacular. However you must admire this different take on the Nazi zombie genre. The back story was pretty interesting, and I thought it was well executed. Considering that this is a foreign film, I thought that the acting, effects and story were great. But the film leaves a certain feeling that the film makers could have done slightly better. But the end result isn't bad at all. The film has plenty of gore and guts to satisfy any zombie fanatic. The weakest point of Dead Snow is the fact that it tends to drag on, and it's fairly slow to get to the point. But despite the fact thats it's imperfect at times, Dead Snow remains a solid enough zombie flick to enjoy and is the best Nazi Zombie film since 1977's Shock Waves. The film has plenty of good points that overshadows the bad and taking into consideration that some Zombie maestro's are losing their touch, Dead Snow is a breath of fresh air despite its flaws.
This is one of the best Film Student made films I's seen in the horror / comady in years ! special effects are top notch , blood spattering comes fast and messy tounge in cheek humour even in the face of death exelent bonus features of the making of the film and the driving force battleing against the weather and the only survivors are .....