BLOOD GLACIER A film by Marvin Kren

A film by Marvin Kren

Starring, Gerhard Liebmann, Edita Malovcic, Brigitte Kren and Hille Beseler
Across Canada
One Night
Thursday, June 19, 2014 | 7:30pm
Additional screenings have been added at Cineplex Cinemas Yonge Dundas & VIP
starting June 20. Check Toronto local listings for confirmed dates and times.
2013 TIFF MIDNIGHT MADNESS Official Selection

 ‘A slice of horror reminiscent of John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’” – Loaded


(Toronto –June 5, 2014)   The Gates of Hell are made of ice in the blood chilling creature feature – Blood Glacier (aka The Station). Technicians and scientists at an Alpine research station discover a glacier of blood, high in the mountains. Testing the red liquid oozing from the ice, they discover a new alien organism with the astonishing capability of transforming the local wildlife into horrific hybrids and monster mutations.  Soon the team have their hands full defending themselves and the station against a growing horde of biological monstrosities. Using every tool at their disposal they must learn to work together to survive the onslaught.
Harking back to classic creature features, director Marvin Kren combines classical filmmaking techniques with imaginative practical effects to produce a rollercoaster ride of laughs and jolts.


Sinister Cinema brings a series of independent horror films to 28 Cineplex theatres across Canada.  The films will include unique content, and in some cases, special appearances, including live question and answer sessions with directors, pre-recorded interviews and more.


Tickets are available at participating theatre box offices and online at
Complete list of participating Cineplex theatres: 
Scotiabank Theatre Chinook – Calgary, AB
Scotiabank Theatre Edmonton – Edmonton, AB
Cineplex Cinemas Saint John – Saint John, NB
Cineplex Cinemas Avalon Mall – St. John’s, NL
Cineplex Odeon Victoria Cinemas – Victoria, BC
SilverCity Riverport Cinemas – Richmond, BC
Galaxy Cinemas Nanaimo – Nanaimo, BC
Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas – Vancouver, BC
Colossus Langley Cinemas – Langley, BC
SilverCity Polo Park  Cinemas- Winnipeg, MB
SilverCity Sudbury  Cinemas- Sudbury, ON
Galaxy Cinemas Regina – Regina, SK
Galaxy Cinemas Saskatoon – Saskatoon, SK
SilverCity Fairview Mall Cinemas – Toronto, ON
Cineplex Odeon Winston Churchill Cinemas – Oakville, ON
Cineplex Cinemas Yonge Dundas & VIP – Toronto, ON
Cineplex Odeon Eglinton Town Centre Cinemas – Scarborough, ON
Cineplex Cinemas Queensway and VIP – Etobicoke, ON
Colossus Vaughan Cinemas – Woodbridge, ON
Cineplex Cinemas Mississauga – Mississauga, ON
Coliseum Ottawa Cinemas – Ottawa, ON
SilverCity Gloucester Cinemas – Ottawa, ON
Cineplex Cinemas Bayers Lake – Halifax, NS
Cineplex Odeon Forum Cinemas – Montreal, QC
Cineplex Odeon Devonshire Mall Cinemas – Windsor, ON
Galaxy Cinemas Waterloo – Waterloo, ON
SilverCity Hamilton Cinemas – Hamilton, ON
SilverCity London Cinemas – London, ON


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About Raven Banner Entertainment
Raven Banner Entertainment is a sales, distribution and production company, based in Toronto, specializing in genre films for the worldwide market. Through its expertise in strategic project management and campaigns, RBE can also assist in any and all capacities of production, from acquisitions, representation, negotiations, marketing management and plans, and sales.  Recent releases include: Cabin Fever Patient Zero, E.L. Katz’s Cheap Thrills, Jeremy Lovering’s In Fear, and Stephen Sommers’ Odd Thomas.