JACK FROST (1996)
No, not the syrupy Michael Keaton vehicle from a couple years later, although the two films have an eerily similar “origin story” for the titular character. Jack Frost (in this movie a serial killer, in the other, a neglectful father and bluesman) suffers a car accident, smashing into a “genetics truck” on the way to prison and becomes an animate snowman with incredible powers. Instead of using said powers to reunite with his estranged son, however, serial killer Jack Frost naturally embarks on a deadly path of revenge, mayhem, and carrot-rape. This movie is actually a good deal more notable and popular than the bland and forgettable Michael Keaton film, if only because it features one of Shannon Elizabeth’s first on-screen performances as a naked lady in the shower, but make sure your copy of Jack Frost comes with the seal of quality on the cover—a hideous grinning icy skull.