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Vikingdom [Blu-ray] [2013]

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  • Actors: Dominic Purcell, Natassia Malthe, Conan Stevens
  • Format: Import, Blu-ray, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Swedish, Danish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English, Portuguese, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Audio Description: English, Portuguese
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Dec. 2013
  • Run Time: 115.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,141 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

A forgotten king, Eirick, is tasked with the impossible odds to defeat Thor, the God of Thunder. Bonus features - Vikingdom: The Making Of.

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Format: DVD
I was just commenting the other day, what the world really needs is a faux-Viking saga starring Dominic Purcell, a ballet dancer, and an oriental martial arts fighter. Eirick (Purcell) has been brought back from the dead by the goddess Freya (Tegan Moss). He is tasked by Frey (Jesse Moss) to travel to Hellheim to get a horn so he can defeat the evil Thor (Conan Stevens), sorry Avenger fans. Thor wields a huge molded plastic ax while wearing Emo dyed red hair speaking with a voice enhancer. Oh yes, he also hates Jesus, a plot point which made the film more inane.

The film is about Eirick's quest which includes companions in this "Middle Earth Period". Some of the people speak modern English, while others prefer bad Renaissance English. Some fighters are endowed with anti-gravity fighting ability, other are less fortunate. There is also a Druid Priest who subs as a wizard (Patrick Murray) an oriental fighter (Jon Foo) and a ballet dancer (Natassia Malthe) who join the quest. Druids, Vikings: they're both old and lived somewhere in Europe, who would know they weren't the same especially after having a guy speaking Chinese. Our hairy Druid wizard has a walking stick with the large proverbial crystal on the end.

The set was overly CG. I can't imagine how fake this would look in Blu-Ray. For a serious viewer, I would recommend watching this film on an analog TV to blur the fake looking CG effects. For those who watch for the cheese, digital is just fine especially that big monster head thing. The dialog and speeches given in the film closely resemble those of other famous films, particularly LOTR.

The film is Asylum/ SyFy bad. But for those of us who like horrible anachronistic films, this one is worth a peek.

Parental Guide: Viking F-bombs. Sex, side breast nudity.
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I really don't get the negative reviews on this movie. How come some people look at low budget productions as if they would have to have the same technical quality as a James Cameron movie ? Movies like Vikingdom should be praised by what they have achieved with such low budget. Ok, there's a ton of really bad stuff, the story moves too fast, some actors are wooden, some sets are a joke and some special effects idem.
So what's good about it ?
The atmosphere is fantastic. You dont even think for a minute this viking movie set on snowlands was shot in Thailand where there's no snow in sight or high european mountains in sight.
Some effects might be bad but others are trully excelent. Particulary the ones that set the scene and you dont even think about them. Mountain "helicopter shots", "natural" landscapes and all that.
Its a great adventure movie because it's fun ! Compeling action sequences, a lot of variety in the fights and for a small budget it really builds a vast fantasy world out of no money at all. Fun quest, with lots of locations, different battles, lots of blood, good cinematography and a sense of fun and adventure that is totally missing nowadays in hollywood.
Vikingdom is a movie that we can see was made with fun and everyone seems to have a ball while making it.

So, if you're looking for a diferent b-movie, love fantasy and are not expecting it to be a visual masterpiece or have some sort of amazing plot, this adventure is for you. Fun, fun movie. Oh and by the way, this 3D BLURAY VERSION is FANTASTIC !

I had first seen the movie out of a torrent , but five minutes after it ended, i went and bought this disc.
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By Valerie Gail bartlett TOP 500 REVIEWER on 13 July 2015
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This film is ok it started of promasing but went very strange when thor played by (conan stevens) turned up with red hair so bright I had to go and get my sunglasses. It had a good story line one you would expect the vikings to be like but somebody must have forgotten to inform anybody involved with this film that you do not need so much cheesiness in one film apart from a red hair coloured thor and the odd thunder bolts from the hands of gods you get elf looking people drifting in and out of scenes and the land of the dead who did not make it to valhalla gaurded by some worm like monster. The scenery is good but the film at times just does not seem right they try to slow down the killing and sword fights then build them back up to normal speed again a bit like 300 but not that good the film lacks a good leading man with the rugged look you expect in these films I mean Dominic Purcell through the whole film is extreamly clean shaven and as a actor very ridged. If you want to watch this either borrow a copy or wait till you buy it in a car boot for 50p
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Vikingdom is a silly action film nominally featuring Vikings in which a small band of misfits must battle to take on the Thunder God, Thor. Surprisingly it is a Malaysian-made film. Not entirely clear what Malaysians thought they were up to in developing a Norse tale with a largely western cast. Directed by a Malaysian pop-rap artist, it is a badly made film with some redeeming qualities.

Some of the redeeming qualities include parts of the cast. The band of adventurers is quite large. It includes a couple of interesting people with the occasional usable bit of banter. There is though one excellent piece of character development where a character with a shady past shunned by his peers turns out to have a genuine motive for his otherwise unacceptable actions. It is the most interesting piece of character in the film as the viewer is so conditioned to look for the traitor amidst heroes that it is an abrupt shock to find this idea completely turned on its head.

The downside to the size of the adventure group is that it is hard to tell them all apart. Some of them do not make it to the end. It is not always easy to recall which one is which as they have largely generically Scandic names like Sven and tend to look pretty similar in battle gear.

Other parts of the casting are laughable. The idea of a Chinese martialist battling in the frozen north is ridiculous. The development of the Yang character and casting of John Foo is such a blatant effort to add to the Asian market that it cannot surely have worked at all. Yang does not really speak the English of those around him which makes sense as presumably that English would have been Old Norse which in turn would not have been widely accessed in the Far East.
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