- Troll Hunter
What a top film.
Up there with Black Sheep and Dead Snow for “wasn’t expecting that to good” category!!
Farting Trolls bit is very funny……
****note to future posters, a small prize may be awarded for the best Troll post to this thread – or not as the case may be****Posted 8 years ago
I loved it, plenty of haterz on here though. Loved the bridge scene..Posted 8 years agoGWMember
Wait for the sequel “The spoon hunter” 😉Posted 8 years agoracefaceec90Member
this is one film i really want to see (along with prometheus 8)Posted 8 years agorobboSubscriber
I liked it too. Quickly got over the voiced over rather than dubbed dialogue. Very funny. Trooooooooooolllll!!!!!!Posted 8 years agoBagstardMember
I thought it was pretty good.Posted 8 years ago
Loved the bridge scene
Me too, left me thinking I’d have found the film even funnier if I’d known more of the folklore/children’s stories/whatever from the area.
Is there a dubbed version? I saw a version with subtitles.Posted 8 years ago
Going to have to watch it again, thought it was average but I was watching it whilst trying to do some stuff for work so didn’t pay a great deal of attention.Posted 8 years agorobsoctaneMember
Is there a dubbed version?
There’s an English speaking version – I got it from a Pirate 😉
I too think it was a cool film, the wife and I really enjoyed it.Posted 8 years agojon1973Member
Yes very good. It’s the second Norwegian film I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks. Dead Snow was the other one, which was also very good, in a comedy nazi-zombie kind of way.Posted 8 years agomountainmanSubscriber
Must agree excellent film ,my copy now doin rounds amongst waking night staff at work .Posted 8 years ago
Living in “deepest dark hills have eye’s country “west wales ,we have Trolls TOO.!derekridesMember
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Going to have to watch it again, thought it was average but I was watching it whilst trying to do some stuff for work so didn’t pay a great deal of attention.
Hmm, since your job title here could be described in part as “troll hunter” you should probably pay more attention. 😉Posted 8 years agofervouredimageMember
Just waiting for LoveFilm to send it out. Looking forward to it.
I watched Drive last night. Definitely an unexpected treat and little gem. Fantastic movie.Posted 8 years ago
I’d known more of the folklore/children’s stories/whatever from the area.
Yes but the bridge scene is one we all know right? Billy goats gruff?
Anyway wikipedia has a pretty good reference on norse trolls. My Norgie mates say its full of “in” and cultural jokes, like much of british film, which outsiders might find harder to get.
“Trollstink” is a stock phrase in our house now..Posted 8 years ago
Exactly, it was laughing at the billy goats gruff that made me realise I was probably missing out on a good proportion of the film. Still enjoyed it.
We also have ‘Trollstink’ mostly after my fiance has been in the loo….Posted 8 years ago
Hmm, since your job title here could be described in part as “troll hunter” you should probably pay more attention.
Very good. 😆Posted 8 years agosuperfliMember
Maybe it was the “eurotrash” dubbing I had on my copy, but I didnt think that much of it. An average film, not a recommendation from me.
However, on the same sort of theme, I watched “The Hunter” the other night. Excellent film. Fairly slow going, but a great if a bit sad ending. Well worth a watch 🙂Posted 8 years ago
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