A group of friends drive to a remote cabin (with no cell phone service) to have a romantic getaway. It turns out that the cabin was built on the exact spot where the Donner Party’s ill-fated journey stalled out in the Sierra Nevada. As soon as the young hedonists arrive, an unyielding blizzard snows them in (sounds sort of familiar), and it’s not long before an eerie feeling creeps in. The film stars Tiffany (yes, that Tiffany) and features Michael Berryman of The Hills Have Eyes fame. Horror movies are an intriguing new direction for the red-headed former pop star, and Berryman is always creepily well-suited to the genre, so I really wanted this movie to be good. Overall, it isn’t. For one thing, the characters are boring and one-dimensional in a way that would be forgivable if this were the sort of horror film where they were soon to be hacked up by a killer in a mask, but this is trying to be slow-moving, psychological horror, where nothing overtly gory occurs until about the last half hour, and by the time we get there we no longer care. On the bright side, the film does an impeccable job of portraying the blizzard as otherworldly and malevolent.