Six young adults in the woods run afoul of a berserker's rage, a viking warrior who dons the skins and snout of a bear, terror of a quick death with no immediate escape in sight, they have no time to run or to pray for death.
Joseph Alan Johnson,
A hapless and desperate music producer hires a talented housewife to lip sync the songs of an attractive but talentless starlet to further his and her music career, and tries to keep up the charade when their album becomes a success.
Grace arrives in the town of Bedford to marry Henry whom she has met over the internet. He lives in a big old house with his sister Catherine. He tries to have sex with Grace but cannot and... See full summary »
Bert I. Gordon
I was an extra in the opening scene where the combined forces storm Eric the Red's encampment. Never knew where to see the final product. Then stumbled upon it on Cinemax one night. Needless to say that I can't be seen, anywhere (I was just filler in a war scene, anyway).
Didn't expect too much going into the film, but things look better when they are on the screen than they look in real-life. The story wasn't as basic as it had sounded and their were some nice twists in the ending. I'm glad to see it wasn't a "straight forward Hollywood finish". Rest assured that Paul Johanssen is a total tool (cheesy sense of humor).
Impressed with the final thing, but only cause it exceeded my low expectation.
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