Director Eric Stanze's third feature is undoubtedly his best, taking thematic elements he touched upon in THE SCARE GAME and SAVAGE HARVEST and creating a truly original horror movie that takes the notion of the 'art film' to a new level. Allison, who has committed suicide, is resurrected by the forces of good and evil to stop a powerful sorcerer who has upset the cosmic balance of things. Her job is to remind him what it was like to be human and to have loved someone, no small task as it seems that whatever humanity he had evaporated long ago. Caught in the middle of this is a group of six friends, who are abducted from their reality and are sacrificed, one by one, by the sorcerer in some extremely gruesome ways. Basically, they are destroyed by their worst fears. Shot in black and white and color Super 8mm and edited with a great deal of creativity,which reminded me of Lars Von Trier's THE KINGDOM, ICE FROM THE SUN is a riveting experience sure to elevate the stature of the so-called 'Micro-Budget Film'.