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Red Snow

Red Snow ★ 1991

High in the Cascade Mountains, Kyle Lewis is the new snowboard instructor for the Hurricane Ridge Ski Resort. The job is fine in the beginning, until Kyle learns of the tragic fate of the last instructor. Before he knows it, Kyle is the next target and is framed for two murders. He secures the help of his fellow snowboard buddies in hopes of solving the mystery and getting the girl, too. High speed ski scenes and dangerous stunts are the film's only redeeming qualities. 86m/C VHS . Carlo Scandiuzzi, Scott Galloway, Darla Haun, Mitchell Cox, Tamar Tibbs, Brian Mahoney; D: Phillip J. Roth.

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