One of Norway’s most gory films to date, The thrill of a kill, arrives on video in the US for the first time in January. This will be the third country of release for the low budget horror film.
Four years after it’s Norwegian home video release, The thrill of a kill finally makes it to video in the US, thanks to Wild Eye Releasing’s Raw label. Made on a budget of 30.000 kr (around 5000 dollars), the sadistic slasher-horror features plenty of gore, hot babes, sick rednecks and real remote cabins in the woods. If that is not enough for you, there’s also rape, abuse, nudity, cannibalism and torture – all set in typical Norwegian scenery. After arguing with her mom, Kimsy walks out of the house, angry as hell. Taking a hike into the forest usually calms her nerves, but this day she meets a “helpful” photographer. Little does she know that this will mark the beginning of a day filled with all the above mentioned “entertainment”.
- NTSC video format
- All regions coding
- Running time: 85 minutes
- Extras: None
- Released on DVD by Wild Eye Releasing on January 26th, 2016
Apart from Norway and the US, the movie is also already out in the Netherlands via Film Freaks. The US edition will come with custom designed new cover art, as seen here.
Billed as horror/splatter/exploitation/comedy, the film is directed by Lars Erik Lie and stars Kirsten Jakobsen, Arve Herman Tangen, Camilla Vestbø Losvik, Toril Skansen, Carl Arild Heffermehl, Sonja Bredesen, Tom Lindgren, Linda Ramona N. Eliassen and others.
Pre-order on Amazon.