After just three overwhelming offers in Shiver 3: Back to perfection, Shiver 4: The legend begins, and Shiver 5: bloodlinesWe were about to give it up Tremble Total franchise. But just when we thought the animal magic was gone forever, that Tremble-Vers found his groove again Shiver 6: A cold day in hell.
The series found this groove in the Canadian wilderness of all places, and also found Burt and his boy Travis crossing the Great White North to pick up a new batch of Graboids, not to mention the hope of finding a cure for the deadly case Graboid poisoning that will put an end to the older Gummer. The father-son duo shares the screen with a Valerie McKee (Jamie-Lee Money) who is said to be the daughter of these crazy kids Val (Kevin Bacon) and Rhonda (Finn Carter) from the start Tremble Movie.
Now about Jamie Kennedy’s return to Tremble-verse, we will say we were a little worried that it would ruin it Shiver 6. And while working in A cold day in hell is often just as annoying as in pedigreeKennedy is far tastier the second time, if only because the film’s surprisingly clever script often impaled Travis’ over-inflated presence. The CGI work in the film is also much better this time, although the practical effects are still very much missed. However, there is no question that everyone involved enjoys working on it A cold day in helland this joyful energy means serious fun for the audience, even if the film never fully lives up to its promise of arctic madness.