Tremors: A Cold Day In Hell Review: Burt’s Back Baby

You are a scientist living at the 60th Parallel in the Nunavut Province of Canada. You feel the crisp arctic air hit your face.

Now, the wind does not sting your cheeks, due to the arctic experiencing a heat wave.  But your machine stops running, and the sled dogs are barking. You ignore their warning of danger and investigate your machine.

One of your co-worker’s radar is experiencing seismic activity. You and your team feel the glacier move under your feet, much like an earthquake. The ice cracks. What do you do? [Read More]

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