Due out on VOD and DVD on October 2nd James Felix McKenney's Hypothermia is set to rip out your throat with a hefty dose of Lake Man violence! We first caught wind of this frozen creature from beneath the ice back when we got out hands on a sales reel from Cannes.
Under the Dome "Black Ice" Review: Winter Is Doming
Under the Dome S02E11: "Black Ice" My favorite episodes of Under the Dome are the ones where a "microclimate" goes bizonkers inside the Dome, causing some sort of meteorological mayhem that's solved by either good old-fashioned American knowhow or the episode's 44-minute time limit forcing the problem to fix itself. Thankfully, in every other episode of Under the Dome, the weather gods get ...
‘Under the Dome’: Brain Freeze
The shifting weather of the dome threatens to freeze everyone in Chester's Mill in 'Under the Dome' season 2, episode 11: 'Black Ice'.
‘Under The Dome’ season 2, episode 11 recap: ‘I came back for you, now you come back for me’
It’s growing dangerously cold in Chester’s Mill, and everyone’s fighting to stay alive as they deal with the aftermath of Big Jim’s betrayal and the egg’s sacrifice. ‘I’ll kill him’ Men in biohazard suits are in the Zenith playground, where the egg has landed. When one guy tries to pick it up with tongs, it […] The post ‘Under The Dome’ season 2, episode 11 recap: ‘I came back for you, now you ...
Exercise and cold weather: Tips to stay safe outdoors
And protect your eyes from snow and ice glare with dark glasses or goggles ... Know the signs of frostbite and hypothermia Frostbite is most common on exposed skin, such as your cheeks, nose and ears, but it also can occur on hands and feet.
Coast Guard warning people to stay off ice
When venturing out, a person should think I.C.E. as a precaution: Information - know the weather and ice conditions, know where you are going, and know how to call for help. Never go out alone. Clothing - have the proper clothing to prevent hypothermia.
Police want beachgoers to stay off Lake Michigan's ice shelf
The U.S. Coast guard in Michigan City trains for ice rescues, but even they admit help is limited. If someone falls through, it's very difficult to pinpoint where that person is trapped. That means hypothermia could get you before help does. "Ice on the ...