Blood Glacier
Blood Glacier

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- 54/100 based on 2,568 votes
  • Released: 2013
  • Runtime: 98 mins
  • Director: Marvin Kren
  • Studio: Allegro-Film
  • Genres: Horror

Scientists working in the Austrian Alps discover that a glacier is leaking a liquid that appears to be affecting local wildlife.... (Full plot summary below)

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Scientists working in the Austrian Alps discover that a glacier is leaking a liquid that appears to be affecting local wildlife.

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Movie Reviews - 9/10 by Andrew O'Hehir Yes, this is gruesome Euro-horror about the climate apocalypse and the possible end of life on earth as we know it, but it's also fun for the whole family.
Eye for Film - 8/10 by Jennie Kermode Though essentially a familiar monster movie / survival horror story, Blood Glacier is so well put together that it feels fresh and punches well above its weight.
The A.V. Club - 7/10 by Ignatiy Vishnevetsky In an era of predictably tweaked horror premises and haunted-house flicks with 10-dollar titles, a doggedly straightforward monster movie like Blood Glacier can feel refreshing, if not exactly fresh.
Time Out - 6/10 by Keith Uhlich The attempts made to flesh out Janek and Tanja's rocky relationship, especially, are pure Screenwriting 101 contrivance.
Time Out New York - 6/10 by Keith Uhlich Marvin Kren’s enjoyable if ephemeral horror movie gets by for a while on its dopey premise.
Village Voice - 6/10 by Alan Scherstuhl It's all rather familiar, but the key image of a glacier glazed over with something like gore proves majestic, and tension throbs throughout a scene of a scientist following his dog into a blood-veined tunnel inside that glacier. - 6/10 by Brian Orndorf Doesn't have a rich imagination, and while its locations are gorgeous, nearly saving the viewing experience, the mayhem contained within is lukewarm at best.
The New York Times - 6/10 by Nicolas Rapold Sometimes genre-based filmmakers don’t know how to make their material fun without making fun of their material, but that’s not a failing of Mr. Kren’s.
Sight and Sound - 5/10 by Anton Bitel a smart, contemporary creature feature that addresses, through genre, the radical environmental changes that we're all dooming ourselves to fight, flee or adopt.
New York Post - 5/10 by Kyle Smith As if climate change weren't worrying enough, studies show it's leading to an uptick in the production of cheesy German-language monster flicks.
The Playlist - 5/10 by Drew Taylor Unfortunately, this low budget chiller is unable to capture the same kind of awe and terror that made "The Thing" so powerful, although its attempt to be more character-based and emphasis on practical effects is somewhat admirable. Somewhat.
New York Post - 5/10 by Kyle Smith Director Marvin Kren delivers a lot of cheap scares, but the film doesn’t approach the dread-soaked suspense of the 1982 version of “The Thing.”

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