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  • Actors: Jeppe Beck Laursen, Charlotte Frogner, Jenny Skavlan, Vegar Hoel, Stig Frode Henriksen
  • Directors: Tommy Wirkola
  • Writers: Stig Frode Henriksen, Tommy Wirkola
  • Producers: Espen Horn, Harald Zwart, Ingrid Lill Høgtun, Jan-Erik Gammleng, Kjetil Omberg
  • Language: Norwegian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: 31 Aug. 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002B7OM8G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,167 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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With a car packed full of ski equipment and enough beer to fuel their escape from everyday life eight medical students head out on their Easter vacation. Isolated in the snowy hills the group begins to realize they came to the wrong resort, as deep in the hills lay an unthinkable evil. Gory, disturbing and brilliant … get ready for the horror comedy of the year!

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Dowden HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 Sept. 2009
Format: DVD
Every now and then a film comes along that is really good, and this is one of those. Unfortunately the horror genre is full of dross these days and so it is really good when something like this comes along. What makes it even better is that this didn't come out of Hollywood or Japan, but our neighbours Norway (those people who send us a Christmas tree for Piccadilly Circus each year).

This film is definitely tongue in cheek, and a great parody of the genre, especially of The Living Dead. The humour is dark, which I always love and there are loads of blood and guts. A group of medical students decide to head away for the Easter period to a remote cabin and have a relaxing break. What should be a nice relaxing time of drinking and sex just isn't going to happen, because suddenly they run into a regiment of Nazi Storm Trooper zombies. Cue people being torn apart, and zombies being cut up. If you like something that is different and is going to make you laugh you will love this. With such things as hanging off a cliff face with zombie guts as your rope this is something that has been well thought out, and is well acted. The location shots with all the snow add something to this, really bringing home the desolation and isolation of the group of hapless students. There is no nudity, before you ask, but there is a fantastic scene where a girl is having sex with a bloke, whilst he is sitting on the outside toilet after going out for a dump, also this has the beautiful Charlotte Frogner in it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 13 Sept. 2014
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As any horror fan can tell you, you have to watch a lot of dross, to get to the really good movies. This one is a Norwegian film with subtitles. It is an extremely well made horror comedy, full of inventive scenarios, carrying on a fine tradition decades old, including classics such as Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Love at First Bite, An American Werewolf in London and Shaun of The Dead. A group of eight medical students head out to an isolated cabin in some snowbound mountains, for their Easter vacation. Their car is crammed full of beer and ski equipment, including a high powered snow bike. One of the locals visits, and tells them that their cabin is stood where a group of 300 Nazis soldiers were chased onto the mountain by 3000 Norwegian townsfolk. The Nazis disappeared in the snow, presumed frozen to death. The students discover and take a treasure trove of gold, which, unknown to them, belongs to the Nazis, who have turned into zombies. What follows then is an exhilarating battle for survival between the students and the zombie Nazis. The zombies attack the cabin but some of the students survive through the night. The film builds to a brilliantly absorbing and frenetic final half hour, when the students flee the cabin and engage the zombies in combat. One of the students mounts a machine gun on the snow bike and and goes head to head with the zombies in a rip roaring gung-ho fashion. Two others use a chainsaw and claw hammer. These fight scenes are hilariously brutal and imaginative. The script is witty and tongue in cheek, reminiscent of Shaun of The Dead. With the setting in the mountains, the scenery and cinematography is gorgeous. The zombie make up is very well done. If only all horror films worked like this one! If you liked Shaun of The Dead, and don't mind subtitles, I'd be shocked if you didn't enjoy this film.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 1 Jun. 2013
Format: DVD
Four medical students along with three women, with a fourth to join the group later, go to a remote snowy mountain cabin on Easter break. They have a good time and seem to have no problem with the odd house in the freezing cold. While at the cabin, the proverbial visitor warns them they should not disturb the evil in the hills as legends of WWII German soldiers still roam the mountains.

I think we know where this is headed, unless you got a DVD without any cover art. The dialouge was pretty good, with some humor and dark humor. The zombies were not the foot dragging variety, but moved rather quickly and with some forethought. The soundtrack was excellent ranging from classical to European industrial. The cabin aspect brought back memory flashes from "The Evil Dead" plus the fact they mentioned it in the film. The blood and guts effects bordered on Troma style. It was comical to watch a brain fall out of a victims head...sorry I laughed.

I bought the 2-disc version at my local Walmart for $9.96. It defaults to Norwegian language and English subtitles. I watched it in English with English subtitles. The spoken English was a bit hipper than the written subtitles which appeared to be more of a word for word translation without bothering to create a loose feel. Great entertainment. I wished they had reused the classical music somewhere in the final scenes, which they had opened the film with, bringing us full circle. I don't know if I would place this in the top 25 zombie films as the cover claims. If it did make that list, it would be nearer to 25 than to number 1. But then again, I watch a lot of zombie films.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, no nudity.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Puzzle box on 17 April 2010
Format: DVD
Norwegian film makers get it. This is how to make a cool movie; balance the humor and horror, special effects that don't over power the movie, and most importantly: actors that care what they are doing and do it well!. The story revolves around a bunch of medical students getting away for some rest and relaxation during the Easter break. Unknown to them, they've set up camp at the absolute wrong place. Back in the day, evil Nazi's used these hills for an escape route or safe haven way back when, and it's said that this is where they supposedly holed up and eventually died. Well, they ain't all that dead. Our medical students eventually meet these blood-thirsty German maniacs and the red stuff starts flowing. A mad dash for survival ensues, and it all ends up being a 'hail' of a lot of fun, there's chainsaw action, decapitations, rope pulling with intestines, axe murders, machine gun concerts and disembowelment. The effects are top-notch in spite of the obvious budgetary restrictions, and the make up art on the zombies is very impressive. The rotting uniformed corpses look quite menacing, especially their leader. The snowy landscapes were beautiful picture to behold, although it's even more amusing to see the white snow color red with blood! Tommy Wirkola is a clearly talented director and hopefully a promising long career awaits him. The flick however isn't perfect as it suffers some from small horror clichés, like dumb decision making. But at the same time, they handle these clichés in a somewhat refreshing manner. Some cheap scare tactics are used early on to get you on edge, but those are barely used later on, when violence and creative gore take hold. Dead Snow really surprised me.Read more ›
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