During an Egyptian style tomb excavation, Stonehenge is "turned on," and commences a count down to destroy the world as we know it. Only a radical fringe scientist can save the world from the real scientists stuck in their ways before more people, and the world is keeeled.
Seeing Stonehenge move was awesome.
The story was so bad it was hysterical.
Spot the Stargate franchise cast.
Oh it is an angel trying to save the world.
OMG the dialogue.
The lack of background cast. The SWAT assault is exactly what I am talking about here.
The special effects.
The military decision making.
This movie was recommended to me as a bad, oh so bad movie, and didn't disappoint. It was atrocious. Awesomely atrocious.
A world leading meteorologist is working in Hobart (yes HOBART) as a tear in the ozone layer causes icy air from the mesophere to rush down to the Southern Ocean and an Ice Fog (yes an Ice Fog) is heading towards Tasmania. Can our hero scientist save Tasmania, the world, his daughter AND his marriage?
I laughed within 20 seconds.
Nice to see a disaster movie with Australian accents.
Hobart is very pretty.
Michael Shanks is the lead for all the Stargate tragics.
The mix match in deaths - the first few all died one way, then they died a different way from the same event.
Did I mention the acting and dialogue?
After Hobart, every other event happens over the landmark of an international capital city.
The special effects weren't very special.
What Arctic Blast proves is that Australia can't make an Eco-Disaster movie. Let's be honest though, that isn't necessarily a bad thing.