Viking Wolf Review: Stig Svendsen’s Netflix original thriller film Viking Wolf is finally streaming on Netflix, the film is a direct OTT Release and is now available to watch on Netflix in Norwian and English audio versions, the film is around 90 Minutes long and is suitable to watch with family.
I just finished the film and here is a detailed review of the film;
The plot of the film was clear from the trailer itself, The story of the film revolves around a Teenage girl Thale, whose friends got haunted by some mysterious Animal during their Picnic, from that day, Thale is having strange visions and thoughts inside her, what was the reason behind that and how Berg, A Police officer assigned to the case (who is also the mother of Thale) will solve the case? who and what is behind all this?, to know this, You have to watch the full film on Netflix.
The Story writing is pretty average and the story of the film offers nothing new or thrilling, the story is predictable, The VFX work of the film is amazing, and that is the best part of the film, the transformation from wolf to man was needed more detailing, rest everything was good.
Coming to the performances, Elli Rhiannon Müller Osborne was great in the role of Thale, her emotional and Physical transformations were Just great to watch, Liv Mjones was great in the role of a Mother and a Police officer, Mia Fossahaug was amazing in her short yet very impactful role, She nailed it in the character and she was too good in the Climax, The rest other actors were also good enough to watch.
I am going with 2.8 out of 5 stars for the film, The film is Just another routine thriller with nothing special in it, If you love watching shows on Animals and the Werewolves, You may watch the film on Netflix.
This was our Viking Wolf Review, what is your take on this film?, Please let us know in the comments.