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|It's Christmas Eve in Alaska, but the holiday season is in for a rude awakening: A massive ice shelf has collapsed in the Russian Arctic. Intense shockwaves are rocking the region. And military geologist Michael Webster (Brendan Fehr of 'Bones? and 'Roswell?) and his family's snowy wilderness hike to cut down a Christmas tree leaves them trapped by huge ice geysers, giant avalanches and enormous cracks in the permafrost. But with the help of a hard-nosed Army Colonel (Victor Garber of 'Alias?) and their own survival instincts, can they now find a way to stop a monstrous methane explosion that threatens to destroy the entire planet? Jodelle Ferland (THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE), Holly Dignard ('Hellcats?), Ryan Grantham (DIARY OF A WIMPY KID) and Rob LaBelle ('First Wave?) co-star in this Syfy Original holiday hit based on the actual catastrophic climate science of ICE QUAKE!|
Editor's NoteA military geologist and his family find themselves trapped on an icy mountain as the ground splits open and ice geysers erupt, and seek the aid of an Army Colonel to survive the ordeal, and save the planet from a deadly methane explosion. A towering ice shelf in the Russian Arctic has just toppled, and the powerful impact could be felt all across Alaska. Meanwhile, Michael Webster (Brendan Fehr) and his family head out into the Alaskan wilderness to chop down a Christmas tree. But when the permafrost cracks causing massive avalanches, the entire family becomes stranded with little hope for escape. As a no-nonsense Army Colonel (Victor Garber) attempts to organize a daring rescue, Michael realizes that the coming methane explosion could wipe out all forms of life. Time is running out fast, and in order to avert a major catastrophe, Michael must devise a foolproof means of containing the blast.