The Big Fureeze is a film that captures a bit of the holiday spirit
I actually saw Alpha and Omega years ago when it was in theaters. Even though it was sort of simple I liked it. Since then a number of direct to video sequels have been made. They show fans how the lives of Humphrey and Kate have changed since this film came out in 2010. When I heard of The Big Fureeze is definitely wanted to see it. I was lucky to get a review copy and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot of The Big Fureeze here:
Join everyone’s favorite alpha and omega wolves for a heartwarming holiday adventure! When Kate and Humphrey get lost in the woods and fail to appear for the holidays, their wolf pups—Stinky, Claudette, and Runt—take matters into their own paws and venture out into a blizzard to rescue them. Joined by Brent the sleepy bear cub and Agnes the feisty porcupine, the pups prove that neither blinding snow, nor rival wolves, nor hungry bears, will keep them from spending the holidays together as a family.
I enjoyed The Big Fureeze. The film has a simple plot and silly characters but this made for a fun adventure. I liked that the film was not too long and that the twists and turns always made sense. They never pulled away from the main story and sometimes added to it. You can find out more about The Big Fureeze on this website.
Alpha and Omega: The Big Fureeze arrives on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD, and On Demand on November 8. The Big Fureeze features two never-before-seen deleted scenes and will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.
See the pups take action in this chilly trailer: