Release date6 December 2013 (2013-12-06) CastDominic Purcell (Malraux), Adam Beach (TC Cardinal), Michael Ironside (Col. Desmond Trump), Gabriel Hogan (#1) Similar moviesRedline (1997), Ice Twisters (2009), Beyond The Black Rainbow (2010), Laserhawk (1997), Absolon (2003)
TaglineThe Cold War Begins Again.
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Ice Soldiers is a 2013 Canadian action-science fiction film directed by Sturla Gunnarsson and starring Dominic Purcell, Adam Beach and Michael Ironside.
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In 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis a team of Canadian troops in the arctic capture three Soviet soldiers with super human abilities. They are examined but later break free and kill much of the troops stationed in the north. Fifty years later, a team of Canadian scientists discover them buried beneath the Arctic ice. They debate what to do with them but can never reach an agreement. When the soldiers are revived, they again go on a killing spree and kill much of the military and scientist personnel. Malraux walks through the wilderness after them when he stumbles across a Cree aboriginal who agrees to team up and fight these intruders to stop them from reaching south. They succeed in catching up to them and kill them after surviving many atrocities.
Dominic Purcell as Malraux
Adam Beach as TC Cardinal
Michael Ironside as Col. Desmond Trump
Gabriel Hogan as #1
Camille Sullivan as Jane Frazer
Nicu Branzea as Lobokoff
Benz Antoine as Sgt. Joe Gibbs
Matthew G. Taylor as Frozen #2
Andre Tricoteux as Frozen #3
Carinne Leduc as Juliet
Jamie Roy as Radio Operator #1
Raoul Bhaneja as Bates
Kristina Nicoll as Chief Melody Ripinski
Jason Abel as Lieutenant Ken McKenzie
Stefen Hayes as Russian Oil Executive (Mitka Dorovich)
Ice Soldiers was filmed in the Sudbury, Ontario area in 2013.
Norman Wilner of Now wrote, "It's all pretty generic, and very stupid". David Johnson of DVD Verdict called it "pretty much standard-issue stalking and stabbing." Jay Stone of Canada.com rated it 2/5 stars and called it "a gleefully preposterous slice of B movie cheese".
The film has a current 16% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.