The Last Winter (2006)

Written by Larry Fessenden and Robert Leaver. Directed by Larry Fessenden

Starring Ron Perlman, Connie Britton, Zach Gilford and Larry Fessenden.

Plot: a group of people working for (or with) an oil company become trapped in a drilling base in Alaska and start to go crazy.

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This movie left us with nothing but questions. Like what was the point of this movie??!! What the hell was that ending about ??!! I guess with the ending it was a larger scale problem.

Did this have something to do with extinct species coming back to kick our asses? If so they could have done that a whole lot better.

We thought the ice dragon thing was cool, but what was it?, why was it? and of course how was it?

We don’t know the motive and it had no rules. The movie had a good cast and good effects but and we think no movie sets out to have no story but this one just does not have a story.

Mostly it was just boring and we both gave it a 20/100

 

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About DJVoorhees13

I don't believe in long winded reviews. I love Jason Voorhees. My favorite Friday is Friday 4: The Final Chapter (even though it isn’t), but I even like Friday 5: A New Beginning. I know the killer is not technically Jason, but you gotta love little Reckless and the blonde woman who keeps throwing him around. My guilty pleasures are Return of the Living Dead Parts 1 – 3. I know they’re not everyone’s favorites, but I can watch them over and over again with no reprieve. I also happen to think that Return of the Living Dead 3 characters Julie and Curt have one of the greatest love story ever told. When I’m not watching horror movies, I’m usually watching old TV shows or reading books/comics. Currently watching Star Trek: Voyager and reading anything by Dante Alighieri.
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4 Responses to The Last Winter (2006)

  1. I saw this movie on DVD about a year or so after it came out. From what I “remember” it did have a theme–nature fighting back against corporate greed.

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