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Jack Frost (1997 film)

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Director  Michael Cooney
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Language  English
4.6/10 IMDb


Genre  Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Country  United States
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Release date  November 18, 1997
Writer  Jeremy Paige (story), Michael Cooney (story), Michael Cooney
Sequel  Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman
Music director  Carl Schurtz, Chris Anderson
Cast  Scott MacDonald (Jack Frost), Christopher Allport (Sam), Stephen Mendel (Agent Manners), F. William Parker (Paul Davrow), Shannon Elizabeth (Jill Metzner)
Similar movies  The Collector, Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Mad Max: Fury Road, John Wick, The Prowler

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Jack Frost is a 1997 American horror comedy film written and directed by Michael Cooney. The movie takes place in the fictional town of Snowmonton, where (on the week before Christmas) a truck carrying serial killer Jack Frost (Scott MacDonald) to his execution crashes into a genetics truck. The genetic material causes Jack's body to mutate and fuse together with the snow on the ground. Jack is presumed dead and his body melts away. However, he comes back as a killer snowman and takes revenge on the man who finally caught him, Sheriff Sam Tiler (Christopher Allport).

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It has developed a cult following for it's comical death scenes and cheesy special effects.

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Plot

On a snowy December night, a state execution transfer vehicle crosses into the quiet backwater town of Snowmonton. Inside is serial killer Jack Frost (Scott MacDonald), who eluded police for years and left a trail of thirty-eight bodies across six states before finally being arrested by the sheriff of Snowmonton. Jack is scheduled to be executed at midnight, but on the way, he silently kills the guard assigned to watch him in the cell. Worst of all, due to the weather, a GCC company tanker containing genetic material collides with the prison truck, freeing Jack. As Jack tries to flee, the acid contained within the tanker breaks free, melting Jack's skin and skeleton. Shortly after his death, Jack's remains are fused with the snow,making him into a literal abominable snowman. (not the Yeti kind)

Sheriff Sam Tiler (Christopher Allport) is still haunted by his memories of Jack Frost. Despite news reports of Jack's demise, Sam cannot forget Jack's threats of vengeance. The sheriff's fears soon prove to be founded when Old Man Harper is found murdered. Soon afterwards, a local bully named Billy (Nathan Hague) is killed. According to the sheriff's son, Ryan, a snowman caused the deaths. Billy's parents Jake (Jack Lindine) and Sally (Kelly Jean Peters) are then murdered. Paul Davrow, the sheriff's friend, witnesses the murders, but no one believes him. The Sheriff has his deputies lock him up.

FBI Agents Manners (Stephen Mendel) and Stone arrive in Snowmonton and convince the Sheriff to put the town on 24-hour curfew, sending his officers out to gather all the townspeople. One of the officers (Brian Leckner) is killed when Jack Frost runs the officer over with a police cruiser. Billy's older sister Jill (Shannon Elizabeth) and her boyfriend sneak into the sheriff's home to steal his wine and have sex as payback for her brother's death. Jack kills Jill's boyfriend and rapes Jill in the shower, ultimately killing her.

Jack Frost returns with the police cruiser to the station, finally confronting Sam. Agent Stone reveals himself to be a representative of the genetic research company that created the acid and reveals that the snowman is a mutated Jack Frost. He also reveals that the human soul exists as a chemical and that the acid was going to be used to contain DNA in case of a nuclear holocaust. They attempt to destroy Jack by blowing him up by releasing aerosol cans in the police station and firing a bullet at him, but to no avail. They then use blowdryers to drive Jack into a furnace, which evaporates the snowman. Unfortunately, Jack condenses, killing Agent Stone and wounding Agent Manners. Jack traps Sheriff Tiler and his son, Ryan (Zack Eginton) within his car, but the sheriff escapes by inadvertently throwing the oatmeal his son made him at Jack, burning the snowman's head. His son, not wanting his father to be cold, put antifreeze in the oatmeal, believing it could help keep the oatmeal from getting cold.

Sheriff Tiler tells his friend, Paul Davrow (F. William Parker) to fill the bed of his truck with antifreeze. Jack chases Sam through the halls of a church and finally catches him, driving an icicle into his chest and almost killing him. The truck full of antifreeze arrives just in time, however, and Jack and Sam crash through a window and into the truck's bed. Jack Frost melts in the antifreeze, and afterwards, the antifreeze is poured back into the containers, and then buried deep under the ground of Snowmonton. Tiler's wife Anne (Eileen Seeley), realizes that the state police are on their way. When Paul asks Tiler what they are going to tell them, Tiler says, "we'll tell them that it's too late". However, one of the containers is shown to be bubbling, suggesting that Jack is contained as a liquid, and is still alive.

Location

Portions of the film were filmed at the Fawn Lodge in Fawnskin, California, on the north west shore of Big Bear Lake.

Reception

The film was panned by critics, it has a 7% rating out of thirteen reviews at Rotten Tomatoes.

Sequel

Three years later, the film spawned a sequel, Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman.

Home media

It was released on VHS by A-Pix Entertainment and DVD by Simitar Entertainment in 1997. Both releases have been long out of print. On December 13, 2016, Vinegar Syndrome released the film for the first time on Blu-ray. It includes the film digitally remastered in a 2K presentation. Special features included an audio commentary, a video introduction by director Michael Cooney, and a video interview with actor Scott MacDonald and director of photography Dean Lent.

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References

Jack Frost (1997 film) Wikipedia
Jack Frost (1996 film) Rotten TomatoesJack Frost (1997 film) IMDb Jack Frost (1997 film) themoviedb.org


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