#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In 1976, in Jotunheimen, an abused boy stabs to death his mother Sigrid and his stepfather Gunnar in an abandoned hotel and the family is considered missing by the local Sheriff Einar and authorities. Twelve years later, the teenagers Hedda and her boyfriend Anders, Siri, Knut, Magne and Simen take a lift with Sheriff Einar telling that they will hike in the woods. However they go to the abandoned hotel expecting to spend the night in the place but they find dust and rats and prefer to stay camping in the woods. In the morning, Siri and Knut fall into a trap of the eremite hunter Jon and Knut is seriously wounded. Siri climbs the hole to seek for help to Knut, but she is captured by Jon while a stranger kills Knut. Soon the teenagers are hunted down by the creepy serial-killer.
Plot: Takes place in the ’80s where a group of teenagers go to visit an abandoned hotel, only to find themselves hunted by a psychotic killer through the Norwegian woods.
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Rawer, but too predictable
The prequel to “Fritt vilt” and “Fritt vilt II” is telling about how the whole thing started up in Jotunheimen. It does, but being a prequel tells already that no one survives. That’s one less that you normally have. That’s the only thing not repeating itself in this movie. Not too well played by the youngsters, too “kitchy”, to lame and too boring, I’m afraid.
The only thing which is really fun in the movie is the 80’ies songs they’ve pulled out of the darkness. Kim Wilde’s “You keep me hanging on” is a great in-joke. Another is the nods to “Deliverance” and other classic “horror”-flicks.
The two first in this series was quite fresh, especially with Bolsøe Berdal, who made an excellent job. There’s no Berdal here, I’m afraid.
The worst is some obvious mistakes in making this a nightmare. Up in the mountain close to winter, it’s cold! The actors forget this, running around with barely no clothes on. No one (!) is making even the smallest shudder. even when the wind blows a door on rusty hinges repeatedly, while there’s no wind in the trees.
Though being a bit boring, the 90 minutes went on quite fast. That’s a sign on the good half. Slashing of humans is this films upgrade from the first two. The bad boy really goes hunting. as you might understand, this being a prequel, he gets nicer by the years…
Everything a prequel needs to be, in the non-phenomenal level of the first film.
When I set out to watch the final film of the Fritt Vilt trilogy, I had no idea it was going to be a prequel, and by that redeem itself from the total failure I had expected. After the first film presented the Mountain Man as a surprisingly human slasher (not in character and bahaviour of course, but in his level of strength and fortitude), the second one made him into too much of a Jason Voorhees kind of creature, beginning with the fact that he had survived the ending of the first film.
Fritt Vilt 3 proved to be quite a pleasant surprise in a few aspects. Being a prequel, it had already been known that Mountain Man was going to win, so that had been supposed to be left was a little guess work as to how. First of all – the film really didn’t follow the “Hollywood” rules of Slasher-Horror. Personally I was wrong with all guesses that mattered – who was going to die first (the characters weren’t exactly Hollywood stereotypes of Slashers either so that made it a little hard to guess), who was going to be the last survivor and how would the story end. The ending, while remaining true to the previous two titles and not having any twists or shocks, really wasn’t what I had expected, and was a pleasant surprise.
All in all, the film gave us everything expected of a prequel, answered all the relevant questions about the Mountain Man that had been left unanswered by the first two titles (with the exception of the story behind Mountain Man’s weapon of choice in the first two). and was just as good as the first (no Ingrid Bolsø Berdal though, unfortunately). The second was still my favorite, and I’m glad I got to see this Norwegian Horror trilogy.
Original Language no
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min) (Norway)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Mikkel Brænne Sandemose
Writer Peder Fuglerud, Lars Gudmestad, Martin Sundland
Actors Ida Marie Bakkerud, Julie Rusti, Kim Falck
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT (Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Fuji Eterna 250D 8563, Eterna 500T 8573)
Cinematographic Process Spherical (2-perf)
Printed Film Format 35 mm