3 thoughts on “The Frozen Ground”

  1. Honest and Real I had hoped for just one thing: that this movie would NOT glorify the persons involved, the crimes committed, nor the place where they occurred. I wasn’t disappointed, for it was not a “glorified” time in our city. Rather, it was a lengthy span of too many months, seasoned with fairly regular, albeit minimal, media blurps that yet another girl had “gone missing.” “The Frozen Ground” has captured the ambience of those sinister times when we learned to question who we knew and where and…

  2. on the money I lived in Alaska , I went to church with Bob and his wife Darla taught my kids in the Christian School , Bob was always a guest and speaker at our Father and Son dinners and would bring all his mounted heads and bear rugs and guns to display, Many of my friends hunted with him , I never did as I was always hunting with my boys when they went . The movie is so right to the detail and a really true telling of the story of Bob Hansen , as in the movie —just to talk and visit with him you would…

  3. A grim but accurate depiction of one man’s determination to put a serial killer away for good This was an excellent dramatization of the Robert Hansen serial killer case from Alaska. Hansen was portrayed very convincingly by John Cusack, and Nic Cage was great as Sgt Jack Halcombe of the Alaska State Trooper’s office. The acting was very realistic to me; the sets and cinematography were great. There was nothing that pulled me out of the story to say Wait! that doesn’t fit! which is always a frustrating feeling when you are watching a movie.This was kind of an interesting take on…

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