Frozen Alive (Fall X701, Der) (1967)





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In this sci-fi murder mystery, a scientist uses himself as a subject in an experiment with cryogenic suspended animation and ends up accused of murdering his ex-wife. Fortunately, his girl friend is around to prove that he was on ice when the murder occurred. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Classics , Drama , Mystery & Suspense , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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John Longden
as Prof. Hubbard
Wolfgang Lukschy
as Inspector Prentow
Walter Rilia
as Sir Keith
Helmut Weiss
as Chairman
Sigurd Lohde
as Dr. Merkheimer
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Empty plot, nothing too exciting. Uninteresting characters, most of the stuff you'll find in a 60's low budget movie. Unmemorable.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Frozen Alive Starring: Mark Stevens and Marianne Koch Director: Bernard Knowles In "Frozen Alive" a pair of brilliant scientists (Stevens and Koch) are on the threshold of perfecting cryogenic suspended animation for human beings. On the very night the pair decides to cross a scientific line and freeze Stevens, his shrewish wife is found shot to death in their apartment. The police believe that the scientist had himself frozen in the hopes of escaping justice. As evidence mounts that he did indeed murder him, Koch is faced with the choice of letting her beloved co-worker be successfully revived to face the police, or commit murder herself by sabotaging the revival process and let him escape the humilitation. Primarily a German production, this light-weight sci-fi drama features a truly interational cast--British, American, and German. The acting is all quite good, despite the fact that the dialogue the actors are working with leaves a lot to be desired, and the script does have a number of holes and weakpoints in it. The best part of the film is the climax, which is a slight twist on the "ticking clock" model, and a great use of letting the audience know more than the characters on-screen do. "Frozen Alive" is a good addition to a "B-movie Night." line-up... not something to lead with, but worth having in the mix.

Steve Miller
Steve Miller

A bit hokey but it's quite watchable. It is a low budget film, but the filmmakers do well with the budget. The acting is fine.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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