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Genre
  
Disaster film

First episode date
  
December 20, 2014

Duration
  

Country
  
United States

3.8/10
IMDb

Director
  
Jonathan Winfrey

Language
  
English

Writer
  
David Sanderson

Language
  
English

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Release date
  
December 20, 2014 (2014-12-20)

Genres
  
Disaster Film, Science fiction film

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Tagline
  
Destruction Reigns

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Christmas Icetastrophe (also titled Icetastrophe) is a 2014 American made for television disaster film directed by Jonathan Winfrey. It first aired on Syfy on December 20, 2014. Victor Webster and Jennifer Spence star as survivors of a meteorite strike that causes their town to flash freeze.

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Plot

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A meteorite splits and one piece lands on a car in the small town of Lennox; the other piece in the mountains outside town creating a large crater. Some areas progressively flash freeze, and the effect spreads outward. Charlie Ratchet, a local father, teams up with Alex Novak, a graduate student, to study and counter the effects of the meteorite on their town before everything ends up frozen.

Cast

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  • Victor Webster as Charlie Ratchet
  • Jennifer Spence as Alex Novak
  • Richard Harmon as Tim Ratchet
  • Boti Bliss as Faye Ratchet
  • Tiera Skovbye as Marley Crooge
  • Ben Cotton as Mayor Gibbons
  • Mike Dopud as Ben Crooge
  • Johannah Newmarch as Krystal Crooge
  • Release

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    Christmas Icetastrophe premiered December 20, 2014, on Syfy.

    Reception

    Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times called it "mindlessly ridiculous" but amusing. Adam Smith of the Boston Herald rated it C+ and wrote, "Just like its title, the film is unbelievably hokey, but it's also got campy appeal that sci-fi (and Syfy) fans will find irresistible." Nancy deWolf Smith of The Wall Street Journal wrote that it "sometimes reaches a very satisfying level of scariness".

    The trailer was nominated for "Trashiest Trailer" by the Golden Trailer Awards.

    References

    Christmas Icetastrophe Wikipedia
    Christmas Icetastrophe IMDb Christmas Icetastrophe themoviedb.org


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