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    Absolute zero

    • Year Released: 2005
    Absolute Zero is a 2006 disaster film, directed by Robert Lee, and written by Sarah Watson. It stars Jeff Fahey and Erika Eleniak. The film is about polar shift, which brings a new ice age in Florida. David Koch (Jeff Fahey), a climatologist employed by Inter Sci, proposes a theory that the last ice age was triggered by Earth's polar shift in a single day. When unusually cold weather strikes Miami and the birds start to return from the south a few months earlier, he is sent to Antarctica to find out what is happening. Once there, he discovers a frozen body of a human that is at least 10,000 years old. What is interesting is his appearance—he looks as if he was instantly frozen in place. He also discovers cave paintings that show the sun falling down. A sudden blizzard then destroys a base camp and kills some members of his team. Back in Miami, he presents his findings to his co-workers and his boss. He claims that another polar shift is only a couple of hours away and the new ice age is inevitable. However, nobody believes him. According to the current theories, the shifting of the poles should last at least 200 years so the climate changes, if any, wouldn't appear overnight.
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    Critical assembly

    Critical assembly

    • Year Released: 2003
    Critical Assembly is a 2003 television film directed by Eric Laneuville. It stars Katherine Heigl and Kerr Smith.
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    Faces in the crowd

    • Year Released: 2011
    Faces in the Crowd is a 2011 thriller film written and directed by Julien Magnat, starring Milla Jovovich, Julian McMahon, David Atrakchi, Michael Shanks, Sandrine Holt, and Sarah Wayne Callies. The film centers around a woman who developed prosopagnosia after being attacked by a serial killer. As she lives with her condition, one in which facial features change each time she loses sight of them, the killer closes in. This movie is the second feature of writer/director Julien Magnat. Production began May 8, 2010 in and around Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and principal photography wrapped June 13, 2010. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, a book about people with prosopagnosia and similar cognitive dysfunctions
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    Fido

    • Year Released: 2006
    Fido is a 2006 Canadian zombie comedy film directed by Andrew Currie and written by Robert Chomiak, Currie, and Dennis Heaton from an original story by Heaton. It was produced by Lions Gate Entertainment, Anagram Pictures, British Columbia Film Commission, and Telefilm Canada. The film takes place in a 1950s-esque alternate universe where radiation from space has turned the dead into zombies. This resulted in the "Zombie Wars", where humanity battled zombies to prevent a zombie apocalypse, with humanity the ultimate victor. The radiation still plagues humanity, as all those who die after the original contamination turn into the undead, unless the dead body is disposed of by decapitation or cremation. In order to continue living normal lives, communities are fenced with the help of a governing corporation named Zomcon. Zomcon provides collars with accompanying remote controls to control the zombies' hunger for flesh so as to use them as slaves or servants. In the town of Willard, whose name is a reference to the town in the original 1968 Night of the Living Dead, housewife Helen Robinson (Carrie-Anne Moss) buys a zombie in spite of her husband Bill's (Dylan Baker) zombie phobia, as
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    Slap shot 2: breaking the ice

    • Year Released: 2002
    Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice is a 2002 American sports film starring Stephen Baldwin and Gary Busey and directed by Steve Boyum. The direct-to-video film is the sequel to the 1977 film Slap Shot. 25 years after the events of the first film, the minor-league hockey team Charlestown Chiefs are still languishing in Pennsylvania. A new player/coach, Sean Linden (Baldwin), has taken over from Reggie Dunlop, and the team's violence has become the Chiefs' hallmark as Sean Linden does not try to control the "fighting hockey" trio of the Hanson Brothers. After only 10 wins in two years the team is bought by a family entertainment corporation called Better America, run by an executive named Richmond Claremont (Gary Busey). The team is moved to Nebraska and given a new (female) coach. The team soon finds out that Richmond Claremont intends to use the Chiefs as the team which plays and loses in scripted games against a Harlem Globetrotters type team named the Omaha IceBreakers in an attempt by Claremont to make the game suitable for a family audience. The "Super Chiefs" lose the Hanson brothers when a fight breaks out between the two teams. After the fight Claremont bribes Linden to change
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    The haunting in connecticut

    • Year Released: 2009
    The Haunting in Connecticut is a 2009 American psychological horror film produced by Gold Circle Films and directed by Peter Cornwell. It is alleged to have occurred to Karen Parker and her family, though Ray Garton, author of In a Dark Place: The Story of a True Haunting (1992), has publicly distanced himself from the accuracy of the events he depicted in the book. The film's story follows the fictional Campbells as they move into a house (a former mortuary) to mitigate the strains of travel on their cancer-stricken son, Matthew. The family soon becomes haunted by violent and traumatic events from supernatural forces occupying the house. Although it was a moderately successful film at the box office (it grossed $77,527,732.), it received "generally unfavorable reviews" according to Metacritic. Gold Circle Films has announced the production of two more entries in the franchise, The Haunting in Georgia and The Haunting in New York. They noted, however, that neither film would be a direct sequel to Haunting in Connecticut and would instead be self-contained films with unique characters. In 1987, Sarah Campbell (Virginia Madsen) is driving her son Matthew (Kyle Gallner) home from the
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