Horror Channel Brings Winter Chills

Deep and crisp and bloody! Get ready to be frozen to the bone this November Friday 9th, Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th Nov, 10.55pm with Horror Channel’s Winter Chills Weekend – featuring some truly snow-filled spine tingling premieres.

Dead Snow Fri Nov 9 @ 22:55
The hills are alive – with undead Nazis as the season kicks off with the premiere of Dead Snow (2009), a beautifully nasty horror comedy directed by Tommy Wirkola (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters) With a car full of ski equipment and enough beer to fuel their escape from everyday life, eight medical students head out on their vacation. Isolated in the snowy hills the group begin to realise they came to the wrong resort, as deep in the hills lay an unthinkable evil.

Blood Runs Cold Sat Nov 10 @ 22.55
The season continues with Blood Runs Cold (2011). Swedish director Sonny Laguna gives the slasher genre a welcome Scandinavian make-over. Record-producer Winona heads to her hometown on the outskirts of Stockholm for a break… Shortly after settling in, she invites a former boyfriend and a couple to the house. But there is an unknown presence stirring within the house, one that has been waiting for the right moment to strike.

The Thaw Sun Nov 11 @ 22.55
Wrapping up the season is sci-fi horror thriller The Thaw (2009) Directed by Mark A Lewis, it stars Val Kilmer as Dr. Krupien the head of a team of ecology students, who are examining a melting ice cap in the Arctic. When Krupien unearths a prehistoric specimen the likes of which has never been seen, he summons four of his brightest students to take part in the excavation. But the melting polar ice-cap has released a deadly pre-historic parasite…

Check out the trailer below:


Alex Humphrey

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