Remmy’s Review of: Tremors A Cold Day In Hell

Tremors a Cold Day In Hell, May 2018 PG-13, With Michael Gross as Burt Gummer, Jamie Kennedy as his full grown son Travis B. Walker. For those of you that have the entire group of movies, you won’t care what I say, but read on anyway.

I think the original movie was the best, however, this ranks second out of all of them. We change from the hot sun to the cold north of Canada. Of course, oversized stomach worms can’t live in Canada. So Burt not believing they can exist there, goes anyway. Gosh is he surprised? As they fly into Canada to reach their destination an Ass-Blaster attacks their single-engine plane.

We know that stomach worms eat a lot, and so do Grabboids. You will have to watch the movie to see why I say that. One of the different things in this movie is that a woman gets eaten first, naw, you don’t see any blood and guts, it is just the fact that anymore the only ones that get eaten are men, and in many cases a boy, you never actually see any movie that shows a boy getting eaten, but you assume they did. We can let them get killed in school because we won’t change the gun laws, but heaven forbid you show it on film.

Their is some blood but it is minor, and not really any guts at all. To me, this movie had more action and adventure than previous films. One of the things the movie brings up without saying it is global warming. The worms were frozen in the ice, until the ice started to thaw. 4 out of 5 from me!

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2 thoughts on “Remmy’s Review of: Tremors A Cold Day In Hell

  1. Steven Fritchie

    I agree that this is one of the better sequels of this series. True, there is blood, but there is also humor and tension. The saving grace of all of the films in this series is Michael Gross as Burt Gummer. Jamie Kennedy as Burt’s son does a better job in this sequel than the previous film which was disappointing.

  2. PaulM

    I like the Tremor’s series of films but some are better than others. This is probably the best of the sequels even if I do find the ‘cold’ link rather tenuous as it appears to have been filmed in the desert. But I forgive this as the story and humour are good, there is also a lot more blood and guts than the other stories.

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