Annika is a doctor who has just moved to a small community in Norrbotten with her 17-year-old daughter, Saga. It's midwinter, dark, and, according to Saga, mostly boring, despite her having already made new friends, including the goth girl Vega, who invites her to parties and acts as if she's known Saga her whole life. But all is not as it seems. Annika discovers that the hospital is experiencing an unusually high number of mysterious deaths and accidents, with a genetic researcher conducting experiments on a comatose patient. And something is hunting in the night, on a night where darkness hangs heavy over the community, and there's one month left until dawn. Sweden's first vampire film was made in 2006 and is reminiscent in style of The Lost Boys or Fright Night but with a healthy dose of the same medicine that 30 Days of Night (which followed Frostbite by just over a year) had. The film is also the first horror film to be shown in North Korea! Since then, director Anders Banke has gone on to create the critically acclaimed Russian sci-fi horror series Chernobyl: Exclusion Zone and has just completed work on a British World War II action drama.
Children of the Corn II
Black Friday
The Cleaning Lady
The Toxic Avenger
The Toxic Avenger 2
The Toxic Avenger 3: The Last Temptation of Toxie
The Toxic Avenger 4: Citizen Toxie
The howling
Winnie the Pooh: Blood & Honey
The Mortuary Collection
Random Acts of Violence
Mad God
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