Norwegian filmmaker Roar Uthaug’s latest film gives us a closer look at the mountain on our next hike. Check out the trailer for ‘Trolls’:
Are you a fan of monster movies? If so, I think this next movie might still surprise you: Streaming December 1st, her Troll, coming directly to her Netflix on his platform, is gaining popularity all over the world. I plan to make a profit.
Not to be confused with the 1986 American horror-comedy Trolls or the terrifying Trolls 2 and 3, the new Trolls movie is full of monster action.
Perfect for fans of Norwegian mythology and monster movies, Troll depicts a scenario where the legendary Norwegian Mountain Trolls come to life and wake up 1000 years in the future.
“In the depths of Mount Doble, a monstrous creature awakens from thousands of years of captivity. The creature destroys everything in its path and soon approaches Oslo. We need to try to stop it from wreaking havoc.”
Watch the troll trailer
is it for you? It’s hard to judge without seeing the whole movie. But if you watch the trailer, you’ll know for sure! So here we are:
What do you think? It’s clearly packed with monster-and-disaster movie tropes, but it also has some interesting twists that will make you check out the movie when it hits Netflix.
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The 101-minute film is in English and stars Ine Marie Willman, Kim Falk, Mats Sjogall Pettersen, Galde B. Eisvold, Paul Richard Lunderby, and Eric Forrenholt.
Director of Trolls
If you recall Bølgen/The Wave, known as Norway’s ‘first disaster film’, and with good reason. Roar Usoug, who co-wrote and directed Trolls, also directed The Wave.
The 49-year-old graduated from the Norwegian Film School in 2002. Uthaug directed the reboot of Tomb Raider, which came out in 2018.
Will this new Netflix movie become one of the best Norwegian movies or will it be forgotten soon? What do you think?