"Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell" is the sixth installment into the Tremors franchise. Michael Gross returns as one of the only recurring characters in the series. The movie as a whole is a good form of "trash" cinema. The acting is laughable and the story is not good either. After the first Tremors movie, the series should have probably called it quits. The dialogue is extremely campy and the delivery is just as campy. The CGI effects are B-movie level. However, the practical effect Graboid is decently put together. This movie doesn't even have the "it's so bad it's good" feeling, it just feels like a lazy and poor effort at filmmaking. Overall, I give this film a 2/10.