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A group of medical students on a ski trip to Oksfjord, Norway for their Easter vacation come upon the horrors of the Nazi regime that should have been buried long ago. Reckless of them to neglect research on the mountain they're hoping to enjoy, it has been plagued by a presence of evil as told by a shady stranger who visited their cabin. An army of Nazi led by Colonel Herzog who were able to escape the wrath of the avenging civilians whom they terrorized had sought refuge in that very cold mountain during the WWII, taking with them stolen goods and shiny things they deem precious. They should have been long forgotten as time flies by. But they didn't die of starvation as the locals hope, rather they morphed into a living dead thing that still thrive until today. So the group is seeking fun and adventure. Hell, they'll be in the highest kind of adventure in their lives.
A group of stupid youngsters who couldn't fight well for themselves when facing a life-threatening situation opt for a vacation in a cabin in an unfamiliar place where they will be facing the last nightmare of their lives. Sounds familiar? This kind of genre never gets old on me. This genre will leave no one behind... alive. Of course, if you get easily irritated with this premise, the knacks of the really rational and tough characters will have you rooting for. Sadly, they have to die too. As always.
The plot is very easy to see right from the start, you will only be wondering how the scenes are going to be delivered. It's worth the rate of 9 out of 10.