Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell is the straight to video sixth movie of the long running franchise and features Michael Gross in his role as Burt Gummer as he once again takes on the Graboids and Ass-Blasters only this time he is in the far north of Canada. He is accompanied by his son Travis (Jamie Kennedy), who first appeared in Tremors 5, along with the usual accompaniment of good and bad guys.
The action is a lot better than the previous movie with more gruesome deaths but there are only so many ways that you can kill something and at times I found them a little bit unbelievable. There were also certain parts of the storyline that didn’t seem to be relevant, this could however be due to setting up for the next instalment. The main thing that I couldn’t grasp however was where was all the snow? At the start of the movie it was ice cold then when Burt arrives it was like they were back in a desert. Yes, I know it was explained but it does kind of make a mockery of the title.
Overall, this is a good movie and it is in my collection, but it’s not as good as the original. 4/5 stars.



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3 Thoughts on “Paul’s Review of Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell

  1. Remmy2013 on September 23, 2018 at 7:23 am said:

    This movie was more exciting than 2,3,4,5 and shows that monsters will find you anywhere. Lots more blood and guts which I loved. I am sure the Cannibals that read this will love that as well. Ingenuity and fast thinking are what makes it much better.5/5

  2. Steven F on September 23, 2018 at 11:29 am said:

    I did enjoy this latest installment of this series. Michael Gross as Burt Gummer is always a pleasure to watch. This installment had better secondary characters than in Tremors 5. The actress (at first I thought it was a man) was very entertaining and had some good lines.
    When I can afford it, I will get either this video or the complete series.

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