Ragnarok Cast: Pal Sverre Hagen, Sofia Helin, Nicolai Cleve Broch, Maria Annette Tandero Berglyd, Julian Podolski, Bjorn Sundquist
Ragnarok Director: Mikkel Braenne Sandemose
Where to Watch: &Priv HD
The Norwegian horror movie Ragnarok functions as a double-edged sword as both a clone to the 1997 horror masterpiece, Anaconda, and an unofficial Anaconda sequel. If you loved the first Anaconda like I did and haven’t seen most of it uncountable sequels, then chances are you may not dig Ragnarok. However, if you’ve watched pretty much every Anaconda sequel, also like I did, then you should be reasonably entertained by its Norwegian spirit simply because of how it manages to capture some of the essence, excitement and mood of the original film. However, if you watch this expecting something as amazing as the 1997 movie, then you’re going to be left disappointed.
So, are you excited about what to watch this weekend or what to watch this week and wondering whether Ragnarok is worth your time? Scroll down for my full Ragnarok review…
What’s it about
When Norwegian archaeologist Sigurd Svendsen (Pal Sverre Hagen) can’t settle on the myth about Ragnarok, the end of the world in Norse (Viking) mythology, he decides to go on an expedition with two colleagues and his two kids (bluffing the latter that it’s going to be their summer vacation) to Finnmark, the northern most part of Norway, which further takes them into ‘No Man’s Land’ between Russia and Norway, left abandoned for decades. It’s here where they discover far more than they bargained for or can handle and also where he realises the real reason why the ancient Vikings never revealed more about Ragnarok at the location.
The buildup in Ragnarok is pretty good …read more
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