In this sequel to the theatrical and direct-to-video movies, the desert town of Perfection, Nevada, is under government protection because of the endangered species known as Graboids: large earth-burrowing worm-like creatures. Most of the residents of Perfection have refused to move, and now they have to cope with the Graboids and their variations, government agents, real-estate developers, other experiments from the same scientists who created the Graboids, and more.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Tremors - Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell - Netflix
Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (also known as Tremors 6 or Tremors 6: A Cold Day in Hell) is a 2018 direct-to-video monster film directed by Don Michael Paul. It is the sixth film in the Tremors series of monster films. On September 20, 2016, Michael Gross announced on his official Facebook page that the film was in development. Filming commenced in late January 2017. The film was released on DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as on Netflix on May 1, 2018.
Tremors - Filming - Netflix
The crew had originally intended to shoot in the mountains of Bulgaria, but after the country had endured one of its largest blizzards, they opted to return to South Africa. Filming took place in the Cape Town area which is where Tremors 5 was filmed. The opening scene was filmed in the desert made to look like snow with filters and video processing techniques. The nice weather was explained by climate change causing unusual warmth in the area. Having worked on the previous film series, the crew used CGI for many of the Graboid scenes.
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