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Valhalla Rising (Blu-ray)

Released on 17 May 2010

Featuring: Mads Mikkelsen, Gary Lewis & Jamie Sives

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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They say he came from hell... Now they will find out...

One-Eye, a great warrior of supernatural strength is captured and held prisoner by the Viking Cheif Barde. One-Eye, aided by a mysterious boy kills his captors and with the boy Ayre, the two escape and begin a journey into the heart of darkness.

One-Eye and Ayre board a Viking vessel but once into the open ocean the ship is engulfed by an endless fog that refuses to lift until the vessel comes to a new world.

As dawn breaks on his brave new world the Vikings face a ghastly fate while One-Eye revels in the violence and bloodshed he was born to rule.

Valhalla Rising is a brutal medieval epic from the producers of The Football Factory and the director of Bronson.
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 Average rating (17 reviews)


| | See all sammysin's reviews (33)

Make no bones about it, this film is one you will either absolutely love, or absolutely hate.

I was lucky enough to be drawn in to this lush, abstract, visceral World and I was at times feeling peace, shock, horror, sympathy and sorrow.

The movie is brutal and extremely graphic. It has fantastic visuals, very much like paintings coming to life, especially the Hellish red hues that emboss the screen at certain moments.

I can't recommend this enough, it demands to be seen, even if just to be hated... But better to be loved.

 Let down but somehow I watched it all

| | See all Morrinssss's reviews (3)

Empire gave it 4 stars and said it was gory as!!!! No my friend, fight scenes yes, good, but theres hardly any and the rest it seems the director took a few mushrooms and tried to recreate what he saw for film. Nearly half an hour on a boat, in fog, with nothing...Nothing!!!
Still it kept me watching till the end purely because I was willling another fight sene.

 instant classic

| | See all davemason's reviews (4)

loved every minute from start to finish .not all out action but all the better for it. sometimes very brutal and sometimes very beautiful filmed in scotland and scenery is amazing.

 Trippy, Arty, Fantastic

| | See all EDGEm1ke's reviews (8)

This is a rare situation where I absolutely loved a film, yet would not recommend it to any of my friends for the fear that they would not appreciate it the way I did. An Acid trip of a norse adventure to an otherworldly place frequently referred to as Hell. The pace and slow shallow thudding soundtrack made me feel completley zoned out.. wow


| | See all Glavias's reviews (53)

Look at the cover of the dvd.. One Viking with loads of vikings behind him!.. You won't get that in this movie its a bit deceiving really, The back of the dvd cover looks a bit 300 too, again deceiving. The dvd box art is selling this film to action fans, this film is more for arthouse fans. No helmets or shields.. infact you wouldn't even know they were vikings really. No long battle scenes, No Mass battles. What gore is in the film is good but its very quick and doesn't linger. Our one eyed protagonist is mute so don't expect dialogue from him. Although we do get to hear his words sort of! through a boy viking who speaks for him that follows him. Its a dark mean and moody film and depressing film about one eyes self discovery. If you love swashbuckling action sword fighting this film is not for you. If you want to know what a Viking nightmare is like watch this...

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ActorsMads Mikkelsen, Gary Lewis, Jamie Sives, Ewan Stewart, Alexander Morton, Callum Mitchell, Andrew Flanagan, Gary McCormack, Douglas Russell, Robert Harrison, Maarten Stevenson, Stewart Porter & Gordon Brown
DirectorNicolas Winding Refn
Certificate18 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1
Duration1 hour and 40 minutes (approx)