Greetings, ladies and germs.
It's been a long time since I've posted here, but I recently felt an urge to visit and now here I am. So, I'm currently reading At The Mountains Of Madness, and was wondering if any of you know about other works of fiction, be they novels, films or otherwise, that take place in the frozen wilderness, prefferably Canada. Extra points for really obscure shit.
I'll also be posting some of my own winter movie recomendations, and I hope you enjoy them as well.
This is a personal favourite, one of the best 'Wendigo' movies out there, in my opinion. Ravenous is a dark-comedy with horror elements, masterfully directed despite a turbulent production. The atmosphere is great, and the ending is amazing. Not for everyone, as the sudden shifts in tone and weird banjo soundtrack piss some people off, but I love it.
Now this is a REALLY Canadian one. Ginger Snaps: The Beginning is the third installment in the Ginger Snaps franchise, and though it's also the worst of the bunch, I find it to be a pretty entertaining werewolf story. The atmosphere and time period are similar to Ravenous, but in general this is just a passable movie.
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And I guess Anon delivered! Thanks, dude
lol, that movie is better than it has any right to be
And now we have 30 Days of Night, a much maligned vampire movie that I personally love. If not for that poorly-handled ending, this would have been a classic. The Alaskan night and unsettling vampire effects make this one watchable.
/vr/ here give this a spin. Not really supernatural but it'll surprise you how good it is.
For something older: Prisoner of Ice
For something newer: Penumbra
jesus christ that place is my paranormal wet dream
>bodies of miners found beheaded
>cryptids which may be not extinct North American megafauna
>mysterious native tribe which dissapeared
I'm already a fan of the Penumbra series, but I've never heard of Aconcagua. I'm watching some gameplay videos now, wish this had come to the west.
Thanks! Never heard of this before, would make a really good movie. I highly doubt the deaths are coincidences if they occured as people described.