Juleblod preview

After wilderness stalkers and trolls, Christmas may be the new Norwegian horror theme. Reinert Kiil’s Juleblod is the second Christmas related horror film in three years. Have you been naughty or nice? Coming from the director of The House, the horror comedy Juleblod is this year’s most twisted genre entry in Norwegian cinema. Reinert Kiil, a…

Hermit Monster Killer preview

Finally wriggling its way to audiences is the Swedish indie feature, Hermit: Monster Killer. After years in production, it might be the first of its kind in Sweden. Comedy and horror are combined in this low budget feature that has been in production and post since 2012. Inspired by both American genre films from the…

Review: Kurt Josef Wagle

Low budget film making is sometimes a creative field, but for some it is a necessity and it doesn’t always hit the target. This movie, from the creators of Dead Snow and Kill Buljo, was probably more fun to make than it is to watch. Following the story structure of Blair Witch Project, Kurt Josef Wagle og…

12 facts about Kung Fury

By now, only one person in the world has not seen Kung Fury yet, and if that person is you, here are 12 reasons why Kung Fury is the most bad-ass Swedish movie ever. In less than 24 hours, the sensational short film reached 3 million views on its official Youtube channel. Right now, it approaches…

Kung Fury preview

Premiering tomorrow on Swedish television and El Rey Network is Kung Fury, the over-the-top retro-cheesy 80s throwback actioner that features Adolf Hitler, dinosaurs and David Hasselhoff. Written and directed by David Sandberg, Kung Fury is a 30 minute action comedy, with plenty of fantasy overtones and sci-fi concepts, created as an homage to 1980s action and…

American Burger preview

Hoping to do for burgers what Jaws did for sharks. That’s the idea behind American Burger, the new Swedish horror comedy which will be VODed to viewers tomorrow. The campy horror comedy American Burger is written and directed by debuting couple Bonita Drake and Johan Bromander, who shot the English language film in Sweden with…

Iron Sky sequel in the works

You have heard about a sequel to Iron Sky, but the plot outline has been kept secret until now, and to go with it we have collected all the facts and statements we could find about the next Finnish Nazi sci-fi spoof in one place! Not surprisingly, the indie hit Iron Sky will get a…

Dyke Hard preview

Sweden has been a sexually open country for some time, so it’s maybe not surprising that the Swedes will be releasing the lesbian exploitation musical Dyke Hard on the world. Dyke Hard is a feature length independent movie currently being produced in Sweden by a group of “film nerds in love with trash”. The movie…

Review: Norwegian Ninja

Once in a while, a movie comes along that are so different, innovative and absurd that it defies description. Norwegian Ninja is clearly an example of that. Some topics are just too big, too serious or too boring to make films about. The real-life case of Arne Treholt, a diplomat convicted to 20 years in…

Review: The last reality show

Sweden was in the 90s a pionéer in developing reality TV, or what they call it; documentary-soap. It is perhaps fitting then, that The last reality show to end them all aired on TV6 in Sweden this spring. Commissioned by and debuting on TV6, a minor channel in the Nordic TV3 network, The last reality show (original…

Last Reality Show preview

A new drama series is about to start in Sweden; The Last Reality Show blends zombies, death, reality and celebrities. Premiering on Sweden’s cable and satelite channel TV6 on March 6th, The Last Reality Show (original title; Den sista dokusåpan) is an original drama production for TV6, concieved as a reality show spoof / mockumentary…

Review: Dal Brothers

Following our Dal Brothers documentary coverage we now offer you reviews of all their five adventures. Four TV miniseries and one stage play turned into feature film. The Dal Brothers is a Norwegian entertainment phenomenon that has made Scandinavians laugh since the late 70s. Created, written and performed by three of Norway’s most popular comedians,…

The Dal Brothers – an introduction

In the late 1970s, a comedy trio created what was to become an entertainment phenomenon and a reference point in Norwegian popular culture. The Dal Brothers franchise mixed adventure, fantasy, sci-fi and comedy in a way never done before or after in the Nordic countries. In Norway, everyone knows the comedy trio KLM. Made up…

Win Dal Brothers DVDs and merch

This is your chance to win the complete Dal Brothers DVD set, as well as other official Dal Brothers merchandise! Answer our simple question by email, and if you get the answers right, you’re in the prize lottery! On the occasion of the recent DVD release of the Dal Brothers adventure Curse of the Viking…

Fourth Dal adventure now on DVD

The Brothers Dal – the legendary Norwegian trio of adventurers now see their fourth feat on DVD. The Curse of the Viking Sword was originally a live show in 1997 but was shown in cinemas last year and is now out on DVD. Gaus, Roms and Brummund Dal are the main characters in a series…