The Norwegian adventure film Ragnarok is a suspenseful, fun-filled romp for the family that rivals Hollywood at its best.
This Norwegian medieval survival adventure is light on the plot and heavy on the action, with good shots of the Scandinavian scenery. It’s a watch it and forget it popcorn flick for a slow weekend.
Thale is a fairly well executed Norwegian fantasy-thriller based in old Nordic folklore that is at least worthy of a rental for fans of the genre.
With an excellent V/A presentation, a truly absorbing film in and of itself, Headhunters is a well made movie that demands to be seen (and heard).
This Norwegian “dramedy” about extramarital affairs has an discordant script and lacks any new insight into this overdone subject, although it does feature a break out performance by lead actress Agnes Kittelsen.
This fun Norwegian import is the best monster movie I’ve seen since The Host, even if it is just a little reminiscent of Blair Witch and Cloverfield.