Subzero

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Overview

The action thriller Subzero concerns a brave crew of professional climbers and soldiers who are attempting to scale a vast mountain in order to retrieve a powerful weapon before terrorists who plan to use the device for evil purposes can get to it first.
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Overview

The action thriller Subzero concerns a brave crew of professional climbers and soldiers who are attempting to scale a vast mountain in order to retrieve a powerful weapon before terrorists who plan to use the device for evil purposes can get to it first.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/6/2005
  • UPC: 031398179528
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 96,129

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Linden Ashby
Costas Mandylor
Nia Peeples
Technical Credits
Jay Andrews Director
Rick Benwick Editor
Fern Champion Casting
Michael Debras Producer
Heather Lee Douglas Costumes/Costume Designer
Lisa Hansen Executive Producer
Carl Mason Co-producer
Jesse James Miller Editor
Sean Milliken Casting
Michael Neilson Score Composer
Sparky Perks Production Designer
Jonas Quastel Screenwriter
Michael Wale Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Subzero
1. Main Title [6:18]
2. Cubed [5:53]
3. Recruitment [9:49]
4. Worth the Risk [4:07]
5. Prepping the Climb [4:39]
6. Shaky Foundation [6:15]
7. Anomalies [7:40]
8. Solomon's Return [5:36]
9. Carving the Path [5:53]
10. Under Heavy Conditions [6:03]
11. Extreme Altitude [4:43]
12. Clearing the Summit [6:55]
13. Within Reach [5:41]
14. Cold War [4:44]
15. End Credits [5:37]
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Disc #1 -- Subzero
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The WORST!!!

    This was the worst climbing movie and the worst movie I've ever seen! That was 90 minutes of my life that I wish I could have back. The story sucked, the plot sucked, the computer graphics really sucked, the acting sucked, the climbing sucked, for the most part this movie sucked. I mean no effort was put in to this movie to make it even a little bit believable or realistic. Why does the girl at the first of the movie die falling of the cliff? She had a rope tied to her harness, what was it just for looks? Hey look at me I have a rope but it's doing me no good I'm an idiot. Their camp on the side of K2 for the first night was as big as a foot ball field and as flat as could be. Half way up K2 no one was using a headlamp at night, oh no, they packed up Coleman lanterns. They were able to pull someone out of a crevasse with no pulley system, not to mention the belayer was not using any type of belaying method or device. And what's up with a cannon that can shoot a piton into the cliff? And I know I would pack a parachute up K2 “just incase”, give me a break! My favorite is seeing pine trees in the background. I've heard of pine trees growing above 8000m haven't you? We should log those trees on K2, them tree huggers would have a hard time sleeping in the tops of those trees for a long period of time. I can say this movie had me laughing very hard at times. If you still decide to watch this movie, well all I can say is pull the gun out of your mouth it’s not worth it, deep breaths, now that's better. Stupid movie!!!

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