FROST BITES

By David BENULLO

RAINSTORM ENTERTAINMENT - as PROD

Horror - Pre-Production 2012

The town of Frost is about to find out what happens on the 13th day of Christmas. Grinchian creature-feature decks the halls with lots of bodies.

    • Year of production
    • 2012
    • Genres
    • Horror, Black comedy, Action/Adventure
    • Countries
    • USA
    • Budget
    • 3 - 5 M$
    • Director(s)
    • David BENULLO
    • Writer(s)
    • David BENULLO
    • Producer(s)
    • Steven KAPLAN (Rainstorm Entertainment), Kimberley BERLIN (Suki Films), Susan SCHNEIR (Suki Films)
    • Synopsis
    • Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, the picture-perfect town of Frost calls itself "the most Christmassy place on earth." Twenty-something SAMANTHA "SAM" WEAVER hates that the town has fed right into the commercialization of Christmas and fights against it, rearranging the town square's holiday figures into obscene poses. Her actions put her at odds with the local SHERIFF and her DEPUTY-BROTHER, SEAN.
      But Frost's holiday cheer is about to come to an end. Just as it is about to start celebrating another Christmas, the town is wracked by the brutal slaughter of an entire family. What little evidence is found suggests that the killer entered the house through the chimney. While the local Police investigate, the grisly murders continue. Claiming more of the locals and heading closer to the town's center. Though its methods are imitating those of Santa, whatever is killing the residents of Frost HATES Christmas.
      Trying to survive the spreading carnage, SAM discovers that Frost is not the perfect hamlet it pretends to be. The town has many long forgotten secrets -- secrets which the current residents must now be held accountable for.
    • Partners & financing
    • $2,000,000 in equity
    • Production schedule
    • Pre-production commences August 1, 2012; production commences November 1, 2012
    • Beginning of shooting
    • Nov 01, 2012
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