Fantasy • PG-13 • 2010 • 1 hr 43 min
A decent indie foreign film. Quite enjoyable.
Enjoyed it more than I was expecting to, even with some found footage cliches the story is unique and the character Hans was quite likable.
It's just such a great, unique film. I've never seen a fantasy film that's so earthy and real
Surprisingly epic at times....an above-average Found-Footage action-thriller! 8/10
The basic storyline might seem dumb on paper but it's well executed. You will be intrigued and will want to know the end of it.
Like. Blair Witch but better. I wish there were more trolls
Cool to see a found footage horror movie based on Scandinavian lore
A unique and sort of goofy rarity that still captivates and keeps you on the edge of your seat.
It's just a good nee to watch and make jokes with. Not top tier cinema by any means, but just a good time
Norwegian film subtitles in English. It is a horror in the same vein as American Werewolf in London
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