Wind Chill

Wind Chill

Two college students (Emily Blunt & Ashton Holmes) share a ride home for the holidays. When they break down on a deserted stretch of road, they become lodged in a snow drift and are preyed upon by the ghosts of people who have died there in the past.

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  • BBC

    The problem is the film's insistence in piling on the perils. The secrets surrounding Holmes, combined with the assorted dangers of making it through the night are fairly effective. But the inclusion of frostbitten ghosties add on more than the movie can handle, and the temperature at which all these promising elements should bind together is never quite discovered. In the end, it is the supernatural aspect of this thriller that's likely to leave most people cold with indifference... Full Review

  • This isn't merely a horror film about things going bump in the night, but a study of the effects of desolation on our sense of personal consciousness... Full Review

  • For all its flaws, is an often spooky and imaginative ghost story that contains a genuine creepiness... Full Review

  • This intermittently effective thriller serves as a rickety vehicle for its two perfectly cast leads, working better as a slow-thawing two-hander than as a chilly ghost story... Full Review