same feeling as watching Gareth Edwards’ Monsters or Sharlto Copley’s District 9 (if you haven’t seen the mentioned two movies shame on you) for the first time while Where the Wild Things Are sings backup.
Troll Hunter has to be terrible! Your initial reaction is completely wrong. Do not judge this book by it’s cover! André Øvredal crafts a wondrous story of students creating a documentary on mysterious bear deaths in a small Norway town. Otto Jespersen masterfully plays a strange hunter (Hans, trolljegeren) that the students meet during their adventure. I’m really not sure what else to type. Here goes, I’m completely blown away by this gorgeous sci-fi movie based on what seems like a small budget. Do the Norwegian people a favor, put this in your queue and absorb it with your favorite beverage. Can u dig it? If not, honey you got real ugly.
Genre: Norwegian Sci Fi
Length: 6180 seconds
English Subtitled: I GOT TO FUCKING READ THIS MOVIE! Calm down…just think about some of the incredible subtitled movies such as Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth and Roberto Benigni’s Life is Beautiful (if you haven’t seen the two mentioned movies shame on you). Now, think of how many incredible subtitled movies out there you haven’t seen. Do yourself a favor, put a foreign movie in your rotation every now and then.