Troll Hunter DVD
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Directed by Andre Ovredal
Produced in 2010
Main Language - Norwegian with English subtitles
Glenn Erland Tosterud, Hans Morten Hansen, Johanna Morck, Otto Jespersen, Tomas Alf Larsen, Urmila Berg-Domaas
Norwegian thriller in which a group of students set out to film a bear poacher - only to find that he is hunting something else altogether.
Thomas, Kalle and Johanna are a group of college students intrigued by a series of mysterious bear killings in the area. Convinced the killings are a result of illegal poaching, the students covertly follow the hunter, Hans, into the woods and film him. When they discover that he is pursuing something much larger than bears, the trio's attitude to Hans changes completely and they find themselves caught up in the adventures of a real-life troll hunter.
Length: 103 mins
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 9th January 2012
Cat No: MP1141D
- Deleted Scenes
- Improvs and Bloopers
- Extended Scenes
- Visual Effects
- Behind The Scenes
- Photo Galleries.
by Barry Forshaw on 9th January 2012
A critical success and audience pleaser during its UK theatrical release in late 2011, the horror-comedy (and mocumentary) Troll Hunter looks wonderful in its Blu-Ray ... Read on
A critical success and audience pleaser during its UK theatrical release in late 2011, the horror-comedy (and mocumentary) Troll Hunter looks wonderful in its Blu-Ray incarnation. The debut feature from Norwegian director Andre Ovredal, this clever faux-documentary, utilises the 'found-footage' conceits of Cloverfield and The Blair Witch Project to produce a diverting (and, at times, suspenseful) feature, sporting gigantic trolls stalking the Norwegian countryside. Hide