The Dyatlov Pass Incident


A film crew heads into the mountains to solve a mystery

How much can you enjoy Renny Harlin's (Cliffhanger, Die Hard 2) lively found-footage horror depends how forgiving you’re feeling. 

As an amateur documentary crew head into the Ural Mountains to solve a (real) 54-year-old mystery, we encounter bad dialogue, metronomic plot beats and unappealing characters.

Yet somewhere amid the mess – including aliens, abominable snowmen and Soviet conspiracies – lurks a midnight movie with a dizzyingly high concept.

Sometimes bad, never boring and, at the last, completely bonkers, it’s proof at least that you can freeze cheese.

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    • Jareth64

      Aug 12th 2013, 11:52

      Having read into this (proparly read into it - the Wikipedia page on the incident is nonsense) incident I'm offended a film has been made. Profiting on the poor people who died during this - much like with the equally offensive Chernobyl Diaries. Get your own ideas, for f**ks sake.

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