A scientist experimenting with suspended animation decides to use himself as a test subject. While he is frozen, his wife is murdered, and he becomes the primary suspect.
Running Time: 81 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: NR
Before anyone screams that my plot description is replete with spoilers, I will say this in my defense;every time I read about this movie, I read something very similar to what I've written above, despite the fact that the events that are therein described don't begin to occur until about two-thirds of the way into the movie. Furthermore, since we actually see the wife's death as it occurs, there is simply no mystery involved as to how she died, so I'm not giving anything away by making these corrections to the plot description. Yes, I could have restricted my plot description to events near the beginning of the movie, but let's face it;this movie is a snooze fest of the first order, and virtually nothing of real interest occurs during the first two-thirds of the movie except some tepid soap opera antics and the seemingly endless setting up of a plot that could have been handled in five to ten minutes by an efficient director and writer. Quite frankly, the movie is fairly devoid of thrills;at its best, it is only slightly interesting, and it's only at its best for a few minutes towards the end of the movie. You're better off with either THE FROZEN DEAD or THE FROZEN GHOST .
A scientist is working on a system of deep-freezing monkeys, and then decides to use himself as a human test subject. Unfortunately, just before his own deep freeze, his wife dies a violent death and he becomes the prime suspect. The police investigators, of course, come knocking just as he is entering deep freeze, which is not exactly a quick catnap that he can be shaken awake from. It is a very interesting film to watch.
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