True to the bizarre Back to the Future / Highlander style borrowed travel-through-time theme, the so-called 'Viking' costumes also appear borrowed from the dressing up box of original 19th century production of Wagner's Ring Cycle, horns and all. If you have seen The 13th Warrior, the eaters of the dead seem to have been enlisted as the 'berserker' horde, complete with bear head-dresses and red'n'black body paint. Often wondered where out of work ex-Neanderthal savages did to earn a crust. There are some comedy fight scenes, chases through modern-day Stockholm, a disco scene where the bad guys look like Iron Maiden fans and lady vampires with glowing eyes (Valkyries apparently). The women make this production really worth watching. Surly mullet-cursed men are confused and confounded by these anti-heroines, one of whom is a doctor dressed in white coat, short skirt and, because she's a doctor, some specs. Linguistics isn't her strong point, signalled by her pronouncing Düsseldorf as Doozledoff. How we laughed, but then again, everyone drops the "I" when they say "Odin" so maybe there's a bigger management issue going on with the production. The other lady of note is the arch-Valkyrie who we thought may have had a nose and boob job. Watch and see if you can tell. We considered for a moment that, maybe, her budget hadn't stretched to her bottom (apologies for the bum pun) because we are treated to a glimpse of her derierre as she steps into the shower. It's a disappointing potential highlight of the film because she looks a little lke Kylie at times in the right light. Nearly forgot the plywood Viking ship defying health and safety regulations with its burning eyeball. And defying credibility with chromed coach bolts. Something for nearly everyone in this film. Came in a silvery slipcase. Wife reckons the two main blokes are from One Tree Hill (might mean something to someone, somewhere).