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A Sci-Fi/horror/thriller type movie was at the theaters about two years, about a group of oil company guys at the north pole drilling for soil samples, oil, whatever; they encounter a mysterious unknown microbe or something like that, then things go weird (not to be confuded with The Thing). It got decent reviews (a 'good B-movie'), but was at the theaters about 2 weeks then disappeared. Anyone know what this movie was?
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How about The Last Winter?
I didn't recall Ron Perlman being in it, but after looking it up, and given the year - that's gotta be it! Thanks to everyone who resonded.
Gardog
or was it "Kindergarten Cop" with Ron Periman?
Sounds like a rip off of an old X-Files episode...
I'm with Bumbles and Joni. We saw that film pretty recently—it's still availible on instant watch. I wouldn't call it a "B movie" though; Fessenden is pretty interesting. The NF link is here.

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