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Time Out saysIn which Hudson, as icy and mountainous as the landscape, leads a cast of generally unpleasant leisure-seekers to the belated realisation that the wages of sin is getting dumped-on by white polystyrene. The inhabitants of the wonderful world of winter sports, predictably too engrossed in sexual and commercial intrigue to heed weather warnings, undergo a semi-slapstick series of snowy effects before performing pathetic rescue dramas. Pretty lacklustre for a Roger Corman production, but as (unconscious?) disaster movie parody it's entertaining enough.