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The Troll Hunter [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Otto Jespersen, Robert Stoltenberg and Knut NÃ|rum
  • Directors: Andre Ovredal
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Norwegian
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Aug. 23 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0057GUFO8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,219 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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Format: Blu-ray
“I think this was such a Fun and clever movie to sit down and watch”let’s face it, you’re not going to get your
heart broken or (love movies)to see if man can fly (Superman) or whatever,but there's one thing you
will leave with,is a good Troll of a time Hunting in the woods with your mind,
I’m amaze that people can’t be entertained by the notion that Troll do exist,it’s true I’ve see one,this movie”
this movie is sooo funny I love it,
Norwegian 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
1.78:1
Runtime 103 Minutes.
"”What You Don’t Like””I Loveee.
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Truly one of the best "documentaries" I've ever seen! Great science, great lore, awesome special effects. A wonderfully scary and educational experience. - C
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By Tommy Dooley HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on March 17 2012
Format: DVD
The buzz around this film means that it is a must see for any serious 'world cinema' fan, so I finally got to see it. I was not expecting too much, but was really impressed by this little gem from Norway. It is a dark fantasy told as a mockumentary from 'found tapes. It tells of a group of students from Volda College, who have heard about an illegal bear hunter. They decide as part of their project that they will interview him and maybe even get some action shots.

They track down Hans (played brilliantly by Norwegian comedian Otto Jespersen) who is less than willing to talk to him. He drives a customised Land Rover that is so beaten up it would get a Vehicle Rectification Notice if my local Constabulary saw it o the road. So the plucky youngsters decide that they will follow him when he goes out at night. What they run into is given away by the title of the film and Hans decides to let them film him and the Fairy Tale Troll hunts as he is sick of the job.

What happens along the way is a story of how the group survive whilst tracking down rogue trolls. So is it any good? Well I absolutely loved it, it is done in chronological order as the tapes were found and is supposed to be a 'rough cut', so it can jump around, but it adds to the authenticity of the thing that there are so many cuts. Obvious comparisons to 'The Blair Witch Project' are fine, but this is way better than that. The special effects are good to amazing and the folklore around trolls is brilliant, we even get all the science as to why they either blow up or turn to stone when exposed to sunlight, and the whole blood of a Christian thing is thrown into the mix too.
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By Sorpse on Nov. 28 2011
Format: DVD
Troll hunter uses common filming techniques yet still somehow manages to come off as fresh. When I first turned on the movie i recieved a feeling of doubt. This doubt was brought on by the fact that troll hunter uses the 'found foutage' technique that has been used in almost every genre already. They try and be all serious about it too an claim that you are watching real footage and not a movie. ok whatever its been done lets continue. Luckily once the trolls show up the movie becomes very cool and origonal feeling. it felt like i was watching a documentary only the subject was totally fictisious and the film crew treated it like it was genuine. This gave the movie a very unique feel almost comparable to man bites dog. unfortunatly we werent given enough of a good thing and at times the movie is dragged down by facts and learning experiences when all we really want to see is TROLLS! all in all though by the end im glad i saw it and welcome it as one of the more refreshing movies of 2011.
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By DVD/OCD TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 30 2011
Format: DVD
I got (and watched) the 'Troll Hunter' flik on the recommendation of a fellow horror/fantasy film friend - so I figured that it must have 'something' going for it. I'd have to admit that it almost 'lost me' in its' starting scenes - between the heavy handed & previously over-used "found footage' premise, funky English language dubbing, and amateurish hand-held video-cam 'reality TV' cinematography & acting it seemed like it wasn't going anywhere very interesting. But after the first actual troll encounter things started looking up and then the 'subtle' satirical elements started to be revealed and everything sorta 'fell into place' and started to be 'fun'. One of the prime elements that made the film enjoyable was the fact that the 'trolls' are BIG - not some goofy little goblin scaled guys in troll suits - these are awesome King Kong scaled critters that present a pretty tangible threat to the folks that are tracking them. I'm not all that up on my troll mythology, but fortunately the 'troll hunter' character is and he knows how to 'take care of them' - turning them to stone then going to great lengths to obliterate even the stone effigies until there is virtually no residual evidence of the creature's existence - all part of the purported governmental 'cover-up' plot that is part of the underlying concept. By the time the final humungous 'mountain troll' is dealt with the viewer is firmly 'on board' with the whole silly/fantastic premise and 90 odd minutes have slipped effortlessly by. The viewer also gets sort of a travelogue through some stunning fall & winter Norwegian landscapes. The disk includes a pile of behind the scenes extras and out-take sorta material. While a little 'clunky' in some aspects, this is still one of the most amusing & satisfying cryptozoological themed fliks I've ever seen - so now I will 'highly recommend' it too!
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