‘Frozen’ Movie on Hulu: What to Know About the Ski Thriller

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may have canceled your previously-scheduled ski trip, but you can still get your fix with Frozen, a 2010 drama now streaming on Hulu. Adam Green’s Frozen movie tells the story of three college students who become stuck in a chairlift just as the New England ski resort they’re visiting is about to close. What follows is a harrowing, man versus nature survival tale that will make any viewer hesitant to climb aboard a ski lift for years to come.

If you missed the Frozen ski movie when it first debuted in 2010, now’s the perfect time to check it out. What is the Frozen movie on Hulu about? Where can I watch the Frozen ski movie trailer? Consider this your official guide to all things Frozen movie Hulu.

FROZEN MOVIE HULU PLOT: WHAT IS FROZEN ABOUT?

Written and directed by Adam Green, Frozen centers on three college students who travel to a New England ski resort for a weekend of snowboarding. At the end of the day, they decide to go on one final run, but as they head up the mountain, their chairlift becomes stuck. With darkness descending and no one else around, the trio is faced with a chilling decision: stay and freeze to death, or jump and risk dismemberment.

FROZEN 2010 CAST: WHO IS IN THE FROZEN SKI MOVIE?

Frozen boasts impressive performances from a small group of young actors. The three poor souls stuck on the chairlift are played by Emma Bell (Parker O’Neil), Shawn Ashmore (Joe Lynch), and Keven Zegers (Dan Walker). Frozen also features appearances from Rileah Vanderbilt, Ed Ackerman, Adam Johnson, Christopher York, Kane Hodder, Will Barratt, and writer/director Adam Green.

WHERE CAN I WATCH THE FROZEN SKI MOVIE TRAILER?

Not ready to commit to this winter-themed thriller? Check out the Frozen scary movie trailer above.

FROZEN HULU VS THE ANIMATED DISNEY MOVIE: NO, THEY’RE NOT THE SAME THING

Despite having the same title, Frozen (2010) should not be confused with Frozen (2013), Disney’s hit animated film, which is available to stream on Disney+. That said, they both involve exhortations to “Let It Go,” so maybe the two films have more in common than we think.

Where to stream Frozen

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