Hypothermia (2010)
Something is living beneath the frozen waters of Lake Noyade -- something large and on the hunt. Two families come to the remote lake for ice fishing season to find that there are neither fish nor wildlife of any kind left in the area.There is only the large, dark shape slipping through the icy
Genre: Horror
Director: James Felix McKenney
Release Date: October 30, 2010
Producers: Larry Fessenden,Brent Kunkle,Peter Phok
Actors: Don Wood,Amy Chang,Benjamin Hugh Abel Forster
             
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