If given a chance to sit through this and one is actually able to make it through to the end, they will realise there is no frozen Sasquatch in this film, though there is a guy in a truly atrocious costume that one has to assume is a Sasquatch of some kind. Mark Polonia strikes again with Frozen Sasquatch, a low-budget shlocker that is so beyond awful, there is no descriptive term for it. Given his involvement, the audience has to know what they are getting themselves into.
What is most shocking about this though is that no matter how bad it gets, Polonia somehow manages to capture the viewer’s attention. It is not a good film in any sense of the word, but it is so bad that it is mesmerising. There are no actors in this film, just people reciting lines from a terrible script. Just as the viewer is about to give it a chance, they introduce Dr. Knobb and instead of being funny or tongue in cheek or whatever, it is just sad and groan-inducing. The special effects are those that can be found just outside a sixth grade classroom and one has to wonder if any effort was put into this movie in any way, shape or form.
Never watch this even if in the mood for a trashy film. There are better trashy movies to see even if Frozen Sasquatch sounds mildly appealing.
0.5 out of 5