Christmas at Rosemont (2015)


Christmas at Rosemont (2015)
Rosemont (original title)

In a raging blizzard five days before Christmas, two young people meet by chance: Lisa, 19, pregnant and scared, and Brad, a professional snowboarder. Both want to make it over the mountains ahead of the storm, Brad to attend a party announcing his engagement, Lisa because she's desperate to get anywhere, so long as it's away from the mysterious circumstances she's running from. They don't make it. The blizzard catches up with them - Brad's car slams into a snow bank in the middle of the wilderness. They're forced to seek shelter at the one structure they've passed in the last ten miles: the Rosemont Lodge. Once a vibrant year-round resort, the Rosemont Lodge has been closed for nearly 20 years. Most of the Lodge has been sealed up; now, only a corner of the main building is inhabited. The lodge's owner, Josephine, used to be the heart and soul of the resort - her personality, and her cooking, were as much of an attraction as were the hundreds of acres of pristine mountain wilderness ...
IMDb  6.4 /10
Director Daniel Petrie Jr.
Writer Bill Rebane
Release Date2015-11-21
Runtime1h 35mins
Content RatingTV-14 (TV-14)
CompanyEnderby Entertainment
Sylvia (as Lauren York)
Sheriffs Deputy#2
Highway Patrolman
Snowplough Driver
Ethan Donahue
Robert Milo Andrus
Robert Milo Andrus
Jail Deputy
Jessica Villeneuve
Jessica Villeneuve
Annette Wright
Annette Wright
Barnes, Mrs.

Rosemont (film)

Rosemont is a 2015 American drama film directed by Daniel Petrie Jr. and starring Brad Dourif, Grace Zabriskie and Ayla Kell.


A blizzard hits the once-thriving Rosemont Resort, leaving a pregnant woman with a checkered past (Ayla Kell), a professional snowboarder (Brenden Coughlin), the misanthropic resort owner (Grace Zabriskie), and the caretaker (Brad Dourif) stranded for days just before Christmas.


  • Brad Dourif as Abe
  • Lochlyn Munro as Craig
  • Grace Zabriskie as Josephine
  • Michael Gross as Dr. Molina
  • Ayla Kell as Lisa
  • Brendan Michael Coughlin as Brad


Sloan Freer of Radio Times gave the film three stars out of five. Donna Rolfe of The Dove Foundation gave the film a positive review and wrote, "This movie has a lot of redeeming qualities about facing life and knowing there is a reason behind things that happen that may never be known, but that change peoples’ lives."