If you hate ski lifts and think they are the most dangerous contraptions ever made or have a deep-seated fear of wolves, Frozen may be a step too far in your weekend viewing choices! Adam Green's Frozen is one of the most nerve-shredding films released during 2010 and a movie where you find yourself shrieking at the screen in horror as you watch three twenty-somethings fight for their lives on a stalled ski-lift as the night draws in. Joe (Shawn Ashmore), Dan (Kevin Zegers), and his girlfriend Parker (Emma Bell) are enjoying a weekend of skiing at a New England resort before their fun turns into gut-wrenching horror as a late-night trip down the mountain becomes a matter of life and death. As they sit alone in a swinging metal cradle, their conversations echo the terrors that await them as they attempt to figure out the best escape methods before they freeze: do they jump? Attempt to climb up to the cables, or sit tight and wait for help? There are no simple answers as you watch Adam Green's taut, horrifying, brilliantly performed thriller and horror unfold. Frozen was largely overlooked on its release, yet Green's movie is a tour-de-force in terror that will leave you questioning whether to ever get on a ski lift again!