If you've been buried under the leavings of a polar vortex and haven't been tuned in to what's going on in cinema, you may have missed the fact that Disney's Frozen has basically conquered the world. The animated take on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen" just passed Finding Nemo as the highest-grossing animated film of all time, and if you need any more proof of its pop-culture penetration, look no further than YouTube, where the covers and parodies of the movie's central anthem, "Let It Go," are more numerous than snowflakes in a blizzard.
But who's doing the singing here? Kids? College students? Professional performers? Bah! None of them know what it's like to be rejected by society because of your ability to manipulate snow and ice. You know who does understand that pain? Victor Fries, that's who.
And so it is that we are gifted with pretty much the best thing to come out of the Frozen phenomenon: A poignant, triumphant take on "Let It Go," performed by the thickly accented Batman & Robin villain himself. Check it out below, for it is the chilling sound of your doom.