Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell

2018

Action / Horror

24
IMDb Rating 3.0

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 10

The sequel finds Burt Gummer and his son Travis at a remote research station, where they must go up against Graboids that have been converted into living weapons. I saw Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell almost a week ago and i couldn't wait for the people who are damn excited and believe me Tremors fans this film does not disappoint. It takes the Graboids to a whole new location, Burt's plot arc was terrific and also added a bit of emotion plus the humor and the action are insane and the entire cast did a great job. This film is definitely not as good as Tremors or Tremors 2 but hell there's lots of explosions, laughs and great special effects that make this newest entry in the Series a must see. Can't wait for the next one plus Michael Gross is awesome as Burt Gummer. (A+)

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Reviewed by gi-zeppelin 7

A lot of my main complaints with 5 were addressed. The rules of the franchise were back, with plenty of scenes establishing suspense with characters actively trying to make less noise and stay off the ground. There were more practical effects too! The graboids under the ground had a great dirt effect, they used slow motion well, first time an animatronic graboid has appeared since the 4th installment, and a bunch of real explosions and green graboid blood. And this movie had a lot of call backs to the original trilogy, with reacurring lines coming back and Val's kid joining the cast. There are plenty of cons though. I wish that they fixed the cinematography since Tremors:5 Bloodlines. The camera is much too shakey during normal scenes and the amount of uneccesay zoom shots hurt my eyes and brain. Some of the actors were plain terrible and reaction shots being used to cut away while people are being killed is constantly laughable. But I'm all seriousness, it was a fun entry and I'm glad it improved from the last. A fan review would be 6.5/10. A serious critic review would be 5/10. I gave it an 8/10 because it exists and I'm happy it does. Please let there be more graboids in my life.

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Reviewed by MaximumMadness 7

Chances are, if you&#39;re watching &quot;Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell&quot;, you&#39;re either a die-hard fan of the long-running cult franchise, or you just stumbled across it on Netflix and put it on in a whim. Either way, you could definitely do a lot worse. As far as sixth-films in low-budget schlock series go... &quot;A Cold Day in Hell&quot; is pretty serviceable. Sure, it never quite recaptures the wonderful mixture of thrills and laughs that the original had in spades. Heck, it&#39;s not even one of the better entries in the series. But it is a fun one for sure. And as a fan of &quot;Tremors&quot; for well over twenty years, I enjoyed every silly moment of it.<br/><br/>Burt Gummer (Michael Gross) and his loud-mouthed son Travis (Jamie Kennedy) are in for a new adventure when graboids appear in the Canadian arctic. Together with a host of new characters, including a beautiful graboid-enthusiast (Jamie-Lynn Money) with a surprising tie to Burt&#39;s past, they set out to destroy this deadly threat. However, things take a dark turn when ole&#39; Burt realizes he&#39;s been infected with a deadly graboid-based parasite, and will need to capture one alive in order to find a cure!<br/><br/>Part of the thing I&#39;ve always loved about &quot;Tremors&quot; is the fact it&#39;s one of the few horror (well, horror-comedy) series that really and honestly cares about continuity. These films are peppered with references and callbacks, and &quot;A Cold Day in Hell&quot; is perhaps the most bombastic of the bunch in this respect. A large portion of the plot hinges on events that occurred several movies back, and it gives the movie a sort-of fun appeal that rewards longtime franchise fans. &quot;Tremors&quot; is almost episodic in that sense, and I really dig the direction they&#39;re taking the series in.<br/><br/>The central cast is also pretty darned good. As always, Michael Gross is the stand-out among them, and Burt is as likable (and wonderfully unlikable) as ever. You really get the sense that Gross absolutely loves the series to death, and he never phones it in. I also really liked Jamie Kennedy this time around. Scandalous, I know! Kennedy has gotten his share of flack in the past due to his poor choices in film roles, but I think &quot;Tremors&quot; is a good fit for him. I particularly thought he did quite well when given some honest emotional beats to work with later in the film. Jamie-Lynn Money is also incredible adorable and quite a good fit for the series, as a sort-of awe-struck oddball that&#39;s pulled into the journey. Unfortunately, the rest of the cast is otherwise generally forgettable though, and tend to sort-of disappear into the background.<br/><br/>Direction is handled by Don Michael Paul, whom also helmed the supremely underrated fifth entry in the series. While I could do with a little less shaky-cam, Paul does quite well for the most part with the script by series veteran John Whelpley. I&#39;ve really admired how he&#39;s able to work with what is clearly a microscopic budget, and gives the movies a sense of scope that a lesser filmmaker would certainly lack. This looks and feels like a $30 million dollar film... when its actual budget is probably only about one-tenth that.<br/><br/>Unfortunately, all this praise does come with one pretty severe trade-off. And that&#39;s the fact that... this movie is pretty darned silly. Even by &quot;Tremors&quot; standards. There&#39;s a definite over-reliance on goofy gags and dopey character beats that start to feel a little contrived after a while. Especially in the first half, which is pretty much just a bunch of jokes and one-liners strung together by a loose storyline. The structure is also quite scattershot in the first act, and the film moves a bit unevenly. I have the sneaking suspicion that there wasn&#39;t a finished script when filming began, and it was written on the fly. And yeah... a few too many jokes fall flat on their face.<br/><br/>Thankfully, the sheer fun-factor at play does help you get through these issues, and by the midway point, the film course-corrects into sheer &quot;Tremors&quot; bliss. You just gotta get through about a half hour of nonsense before you start getting to the good stuff.<br/><br/>On the whole, this &quot;Tremors&quot; fan was generally pretty pleased by &quot;A Cold Day in Hell.&quot; Yeah, you gotta contend with a somewhat lame opening act and some unfunny gags before it starts to get good. But once it gets going, you&#39;ll definitely forgive it for its faults. Strictly as a longtime series fan, I&#39;m giving it a pretty good 7 out of 10. It won&#39;t win over any newcomers, but it&#39;ll get the job done for people who have followed this delightful series from the beginning.

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