R | | Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi
A crew in Antarctica finds a neighboring camp destroyed and its crew dead. Whatever killed them is nowhere to be found, unless it's hidden in plain sight.
In the DVD commentary, John Carpenter said Wilford Brimley was the only cast member not initially grossed out by the autopsy scene where they used real animal organs. Brimley had been a real-life cowboy and hunter, so gutting animals and removing organs was a normal experience ... ...
Poor baby, you're starting to lose it.
When Garry shoots the rifle-wielding Norwegian in the eye, the Norwegian's goggles stay on his face. The scene cuts to Garry, then back to the Norwegian falling forward, and the goggles are no longer on his face.
$3,107,897 (USA) (2 July 1982)
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