Age of Ice

Synopsis: When sudden and massive earthquakes open the Arabian tectonic plate, the result is unstable weather and freezing temperatures that will be unsurvivable by nightfall. Attempting to reach safety, a vacationing American family in Egypt, the Jones', must battle the rapidly cooling temperatures that usher in a new Ice Age, covering the Sphinx, Pyramids, and Sahara Desert with mountains of snow.
Director(s): Emile Edwin Smith
Production: The Asylum
85 min

Mother. This is

Raider 3-niner-5.

I have the Jordanian vessels in sight.


Raider. 3-9-5.

The Jordanians have

dropped their moorings and

are headed to the

designated exercise area.

Understood Raider 3-9-5. You

are cleared from surveillance.

Return to Mother.

Copy Mother.

Heading home.

Raider 3-9-5. Use ILS

approach 07, call the ball.

Will call, Mother.

I have the ball.

I am on ILS glideslope.

I love this job.

Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

Jesus Christ!

Raider 395. You are off

the glideslope and too slow!

Increase your speed and go around.

I repeat. Go around!

Son of a bitch!

Come on baby! Work with me!

Raider 3-9-5.

Eject! Eject!

Punching out!

Sea Hawk is in bound to

retrieve 395. We're on our way.

Water rescue alpha, we have his

position. Sending it to you now.

Copy, ETA on scene in

less than one minute.

I see him in the water! Got

him over here! Turn him over.

He didn't make it.

What do you think?

We're picking up extreme temperature

spikes all around us. -Sir.

Island navigation is reporting

multiple seismic anomalies.

Is this a live feed?

Yes, sir.

It's not localized.

It's the entire Arabian plate!

Tell the Regan to lock

down the flight decks.

Get everything they can in the air.

Notify the Jordanian fleet.

Get me NAVCENT Bahrain on the line, Now!


I'm pleased to be your tour

guide first thing this morning!

I know it's a desert but I did not expect

it to be this hot at 8 in the morning.

They are used to the

warm temperatures here.

No! Too hot...

The Pyramids were built

over 4,500 years ago

from 2.5 million stones.

Now these tombs are more

then just burial sites.

They are described through art,

inscription and text on the walls.

And they tell us how these

people lived their daily lives.

I'm learning so much more

actually being here than

just studying it in school.

Your mother was once a

buyer for Naufal & Sons,

we spent so much time in

this part of the world.

So, why couldn't mom come with us?

She's still out looking for regional

artwork for the new boutique.


Sorry! Excuse me.

I'm so clumsy sometimes.

I see that you're reading

about the pyramid constructions?

Yeah! This says it only

took 20 years to build, but,

I mean, that doesn't

technically make sense?

I mean, 2.5 million

stones being brought in...

- What?

- No! It's just that...

I use to try figuring

out myself, you know?

And all I did was

confuse myself even more.


I want to see what's back here!

Who was that?

That was uh,

someone paying their

respects to an old friend.

Skilled workers stayed in

the temporary city near by...

the Ancient Egyptians created a piece of

architecture made to last an eternity.

And even today their struggle

to survive makes anything we

complain about just pale in comparison.

We don't struggle now?

Not like they did!

Besides, we have modern conveniences,

technology, toys...

You mean like those new

conveniences and toys

you put in the buildings

that you design?

Speaking of toys, why don't

you put that thing away, Dylan.

And join us.

This is cool, Dad, but I'm stuck

in this one part of my game.

Son of a bitch!

Dylan! Language!

What are you doing anyway?

The bat is escaping these

monsters in this huge building.

I have to use sound waves to guide

them to the next floor of the building.

If you don't put that thing away,

you're going to escape this

ancient building only to wind up

in a modern bedroom

with a month of no games!

Fine! Jeez.

So 2.5 million stones were

used in the construction

of the pyramids. And

it took skilled workers

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