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James Felix McKinney

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About the Movie

Ray Pelletier (Michael Rooker, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Walking Dead) is looking forward to a quiet weekend of ice fishing with his family. Unfortunately for him the obnoxious big city father-son duo of Steve and Stevie Cote has picked the same weekend to spend at the remote frozen lake. But the two families’ petty squabbles are soon eclipsed by a much greater enemy: something has awoken under the ice and its prey is human. Miles from civilization and with only a few inches separating them from the freezing water below, the Pelletiers and Cotes must now find a way to work together to fight the vicious creature that’s out to hunt them. Director James Felix McKenney’s HYPOTHERMIA is a modern spin on the classic monster movie, featuring memorable performances from horror vet Rooker and co-stars Blanche Baker (The Girl Next Door) and Greg Finley (The Secret Life of the American Teenager).

Customer Reviews

Love the retro style

I don't usually write reviews, but had to for this movie. Totally came upon it by chance and loved it. Straight to the point: a horror movie in the style of the old B horror films from the 70's. Great actors, cool story, great setting. I would highly recommend it! If you're looking for a good way to spend an hour and get your heart rate thumping, this is for you.

Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou!!!!!!

Excellent, scary, riveting. Thanks so much for a great end of the week flick. Couldn't have asked for better.


Fakest "monster" I had ever seen. Seriously. It was like a fifth grader stole his father's wet suit and made a monster out of it for Show and Tell. I have to laugh to keep from crying about wasting $3.99. Which is probably three dollars more than the budget was for this movie.

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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Horror
  • Released: 2012

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