A Viking Saga
Drama set in the viking age, Helgi witnesses the destruction of his village and narrowly escapes to his uncle Rurik who raises him like his son. Many years later he meets the people responsible for his parents death and someone he never expected to see again.
- Stars:Ken Vedsegaard, Peter Gantzler, Erik Holmey, Hans Henrik Clemensen, Kenneth Carmohn, Jesper Pedersen, Kim Sønderholm, Julie R. Ølgaard, Neel Rønholt, Jan Linnebjerg, Alexandre Willaume, Lars Bjarke, Klaus Hyr Hansen, Samuel P. Strong, Simon Braager,
- Country:Denmark, USA
- Director:Michael Mouyal,
- Writer:Michael Mouyal, Dennis Goldberg
Drama set in the viking age, Helgi witnesses the destruction of his village and narrowly escapes to his uncle Rurik who raises him like his son. Many years later he meets the people responsible for his parents death and someone he never expected to see again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Viking Saga torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Good actor and great cinematography, played out story and casting of fight actors who cant fight act.
(ag) wrote: Very original and creepy.
(br) wrote: Not Jonathan Katz's finest work here.
(nl) wrote: What may seem like the ultimate cheese today was the bee's knees back in the day.
(kr) wrote: awesome movie. I have loved it since I was 8 years old. I love old movies. They are much better than the frivilous movies of today.
(ru) wrote: WIDESCREEN. Comienza brillantemente y se mantiene slida por buen rato, pero para la mitad se va diluyendo ms y ms, al punto incluso de perder un poco el rumbo. Sin embargo, sus imgenes y secuencias perduran en la mente. / Starts brilliantly and remains solid for a good while, but halfway through it becomes more and more diluted, even to the point of losing its way somewhat. However, its images and sequences linger in the mind.
(au) wrote: I think I've seen this? Looks like a film I've seen or would watch abck in the day? Go 50/50 just to be fair.
(ca) wrote: I was in a mood for some cheesy trash, so I brushed off the dust off my Nightmare City DVD and popped it in. Plot: A reporter with a cameraman head to the airport to encounter a famous scientist for an interview. On arrival, something is not quite right. An unidentified aircraft lands and attracts the attention of the military force. The aircraft is warned to identify itself, but seems to be abandoned. The aircraft door opens and the scientist seems to be ill. He stabs an officer and all hell breaks loose as a hoard of deformed madmen armed to the teeth with knives, axes and guns, kill everything in sight outnumbering the military. Rapidly the human race is infected as humans go amok attacking a TV station, a hospital, a military base and the country side. The nightmare has just begun. Original, no. Fun, yes. Director Umberto Lenzi from "Cannibal Ferox" fame delivered this piece of Italian trash. The special effects are laughable, and the dubbing is awful. But that doesn't seem to be a problem as it just adds a touch of charm to this whole mess. I was able to recognise several of the dubbed voices from numerous Italian films, mostly of the Cannibal or exploitation genre. The eerie electronic piano synth score is quite nice, typical of the era. The editing is pretty standard and cinematography nothing special. The lighting is really bad as well. There are though some nice areal shots of the infected human race roaming the country side. This was obviously made on the cheap, so what came to my mind was if the extras got paid, or were they simply the entire crew. Still it is a fun watch. Women expose their breasts a lot and Mr Lenzi seems to have quite a fixation in this film. Women are stabbed a lot in the breasts and have them sliced off. All the characters are annoying and I just didn't care about them as I sat and waited for them to be killed, wishing it would have happened sooner. The humans are not referred to as Zombies, but infected and highly contagious. A radiation leak in a nuclear power plant has turned humans in to something even worse than super humans with extraordinary strength.(or something like that)The infected are not out for flesh, but out for blood as it gives them superhuman strength. The military is given strict orders to shoot the infected in the head, but don't. The infected are quite handy as well, as they team together attacking humans, and even disconnect telephone lines. The infected also wipe their mouths after feeding on human blood, which made me laugh till my stomach hurt. There are some nice scenes and plenty of head shots, but that doesn't come until the last 30 minutes. I really liked a scene when the reporter and his girlfriend seek refuge in a Church. "Legend has it that if they really are vampires, they can't enter this Church if not invited" Ha ha ha. Some of the dialogue is so bad I just laughed a lot in disbelief. Entering the Church, they find a priest reading a bible. Of course he is infected and the reporter bashes him to death with a big candle stick. A nice scene actually. Nightmare City will have you laughing as you witness people throwing their weapons at the infected, as they run out of ammo. Lenzi tries to give a decent climax twist I won't reveal, but fails miserably as you watch laughing in disbelief. Give it a go if you like bad films that are quite good in a charming manner.
(de) wrote: I will let nothing ruin our legend.A group of four robbers stop at a house on the outskirts of a small town in hopes of stealing a horse. The woman of the house claims she doesn't have any horses and the robbers send a man in to check in her barn. He comes out and reports she does not have any horses. As punishment, the man is told he has to stay behind while the three robbers go into town and survey the scene. While the robbers are gone, three hours, the woman of the house and left robber fall in love; unfortunately, the three robbers in town get caught and sentenced to a hanging. The robber at the house is convinced by the woman of the house to go save the men. He is captured and sent to jail and the woman of the house writes a book about their love story. After he gets out of jail, can the robber and woman of the house hook back up?"I'm willing to take a chance.""So am I."Frank Gilroy, director of The Gig, The Luckiest Man in the World, Once in Paris, Desperate Characters, The Turning Point of Jim Mallow, and Nero Wolfe, delivers From Noon till Three. The storyline for this picture is actually very interesting, well written, and well throughout. The characters, script, and acting are all excellent and the cast includes Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Douglas Fowley, and Anne Ramsey. "Where is everybody?""I don't know and I don't care as long as they stay there."I DVR'd this classic Charles Bronson picture off cable recently. I am a fan of Bronson despite his very inconsistent resume. There are a lot of really bad films on Bronson's resume, but this is not one of them. This is actually a very smart and creative picture for the western genre. I strongly recommend seeing this picture and adding it to your DVD collection if you are a fan of the genre."I never robbed a bank with a virgin before."Grade: A-
(nl) wrote: I had REALLY high hopes for this one due to the Italian neo-realist take on "Postman." But, I felt the film was mess in terms of structure. It's Nearly 2 and a half hours and, towards the end, characters are introduced (particularly Gino's second lover) who really don't serve a purpose. Still, I appreciated the adaptation in parts, particularly the presence of the Spanish lover.
(gb) wrote: I was entertained and laughing. So why wouldn't this deserve a 4?
(kr) wrote: Wonderful movie. So tearful......????
(mx) wrote: The only good thing about this movie is that not many people know about it.
(au) wrote: To start, I am going to be honest in saying that despite the huge rave prior to the release of 'Deadpool', I actually wasn't too fussed about it. However the overall marketing and general audience admiration towards it (and the change in direction it was taking), it eventually gained my interest and so I went and gave it a viewing. It was definitely worth it.'Deadpool' is a well-made revitalisation of the superhero genre, which as of recent has arguably been churning out similar plots and scenarios over-and-over again. First off, this is not a children's film, do not be fooled by the Marvel logo, this film is very, very adult. Of course, by all means, go ahead and take your kids if you so wish, but be prepared for an hour and forty minutes of gore, profanity, nudity and every possible sex reference out there... it is a vast collection of explicit material, but is played out in good taste, very good and somewhat immature taste...If you are offended, then I somewhat pity you, because it is films like this that the film world needs, something that completely alters our perceptions of the overdone superhero genre, and for directors to take a risk at crafting something fresh. The only disheartening bit for myself is how immature the film is at times, this is practically a feature-length barrage of toilet humour and gags about farts, "human anatomy" and um... *ahem* masturbation... it sort of belittles the adult audience its aimed at, but if you can look past all that, it is a damn funny and original take on the superhero genre.