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Fritt vilt II (2008)

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  • Genre: Drama | Horror | Mystery | Romance | Thriller
  • Release Date: 10 October 2008 (Norway)
  • Runtime: Norway:86 min
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  • IMDb page: Fritt vilt II (2008)
  • Rate: 6.0/10 total 3,036 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | Horror | Mystery | Romance | Thriller
  • Release Date: 10 October 2008 (Norway)
  • Runtime: Norway:86 min
  • Filming Location: Jotunheimen, Norway
  • Director: Mats Stenberg
  • Stars: Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik and Kim Wifladt
  • Original Music By: Magnus Beite   
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS
  • Plot Keyword: Hospital | Police | Corridor | Snow | Police Officer

Writing Credits By:

  • Thomas Moldestad (screenplay)
  • Thomas Moldestad (story) &
  • Martin Sundland (story) &
  • Roar Uthaug (story)
  • Axel Hellstenius (contributing writer) &
  • Marius Vibe (contributing writer)

Known Trivia

    Plot: Jannicke wakes up in the hospital. All of her friends are dead. As she walks through the dark corridors, she thinks she is left alone. But the nightmare isn't over yet. Full summary »  »

    Story: Jannicke is found wandering, shocked, in the snow in Stehotinn by Ole who takes her to the Otta Sjukehus Hospital where his girlfriend Dr. Camilla works. Jannicke reveals the location of where the bodies of her friends Eirik, Mikail and Ingunn and the psychopath killer are to the skeptical police officers. When they investigate the location, they find the corpses and take them to the morgue of the same hospital. Dr. Herman revives the psychopath while the Chief of Police Einar investigates many missing persons in the spot.Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  

    Synopsis

    Synopsis: "The story will pick up where the first one left off: The winter of 2006 five young friends met a brutal death in the Jotunheimen mountain range of Norway. Only a young woman survived. Cold and weak Jannicke struggles her way back to civilization. In the small local hospital the personnel are going through their daily routines. But then the bloody and beaten young woman is brought in. Later Jannicke wakes up in her hospital bed. But the hospital is darkened and not a living soul is in sight. Alone she carefully steps out into the corridors. Is her nightmare not over after all?" [D-Man2010]

    Jannicke (Berdal), the only survivor from the massacre depicted in the previous movie, is picked up in Jotunheimen and brought to a hospital in Otta. At the hospital she receives good care, but suddenly the light in the building goes out. Entering the corridors she finds there is not a living soul in the building, but plenty of dead bodies. She starts to suspect that her nightmare is not yet over. [D-Man2010]

     

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Magne Lyngner known as coordinating producer
    • Magne Lyngner known as executive producer
    • Thomas Løberg known as executive producer
    • Kristian Sinkerud known as post producer
    • Kristian Sinkerud known as producer
    • Martin Sundland known as executive producer
    • Martin Sundland known as producer
    • Roar Uthaug known as associate producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Ingrid Bolsø Berdal known as Jannicke
    • Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik known as Camilla
    • Kim Wifladt known as Ole
    • Johanna Mørck known as Audhild
    • Fridtjov Såheim known as Herman
    • Per Schaaning known as Einar
    • Andreas Cappelen known as Kim
    • Mats Eldøen known as Sverre
    • Vetle Qvenild Werring known as Daniel
    • Mads Sjøgård Pettersen known as Johan
    • Robert Follin known as Geir Olav Brath
    • Bernhard Ramstad known as Haldor
    • Inger Johanne Ravn known as Marie
    • Charlotte Grundt known as Daniel's Mother
    • Viktoria Winge known as Ingunn
    • Tomas Alf Larsen known as Eirik
    • Endre Martin Midtstigen known as Mikal
    • Tonie Lunde known as Magny Brath (archive footage)
    • Hallvard Holmen known as Bjørn Brath (archive footage)
    • Rolf Kristian Larsen known as Morten Tobias (uncredited)

    ..

     

    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Nina Elise Johansen known as assistant makeup artist
    • Dorte Pedersen known as makeup artist

    Art Department:

    • Martin Gant known as prop maker
    • Øyvind Grev Møgster known as property master
    • Kåre Martens known as graphic designer
    • Pål Petersen-Bergvik known as property master
    • Eivind Stoud Platou known as graphic designer
    • Åsmund Stemme known as stand-by props
    • Eivind Stjern known as art department assistant
    • Morten Swang known as property master

    ..

     

    Company

    Production Companies:

    • Fantefilm

    Other Companies:

    • Fruitcake Oslo  graphic design by
    • Hobbart & Hobbart  talent agency

    Distributors:

    • Nordisk Filmdistribusjon (2008) (Norway) (theatrical)
    • G2 Pictures (2009) (UK) (all media)
    • IPA Asia Pacific (2009) (Japan) (all media)
    • Movie Bank (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (rental)
    • Nordisk Film Theatrical Distribution (2008) (Norway) (all media)
    • Sunfilm Entertainment (2010) (Germany) (DVD)
    • T2 Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (retail)

    ..

     

    Other Stuff

    Special Effects:

    • Ghost VFX (visual effects)

    Visual Effects by:

    • Lars Bartkær known as visual effects producer
    • Christian Baum known as digital compositor
    • Ole Bukowsky known as visual effects artist
    • Jeppe N. Christensen known as visual effects supervisor
    • Sascha Alexander Haber known as digital compositor
    • Thomas Hansen known as lead compositor
    • Ivan Kondrup Jensen known as 3d artist / compositor
    • Mikael Johannesen known as digital artist
    • Daniel Karlsson known as digital compositor
    • Claus Kogsbøll known as visual effects artist
    • Martin Kupski known as digital compositor
    • David Strindberg known as digital effects artist
    • Aksel Studsgarth known as set supervisor
    • Thomas Øhlenschlæger known as set supervisor

    Release Date:

    • Norway 10 October 2008
    • France 22 March 2009 (Rouen Nordic Film Festival)
    • France 5 April 2009 (Lyon L'Étrange Festival)
    • Denmark 20 April 2009 (CPHPIX Festival)
    • UK 27 April 2009 (DVD premiere)
    • Turkey 18 September 2009
    • Greece 26 September 2009 (Athens Film Festival)
    • Netherlands 15 April 2010 (Imagine Film Festival) (Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival)
    • Netherlands 7 June 2011 (DVD premiere)

    ..

     
     

    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database


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    9 Comments

    1. kjetil1979 from Oslo, Norway
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      I jumped in the cinema chair many times. This movie is as good as thefirst, and that don't happened too often with movies that follow ups.In this movie the horror takes place in a hospital that is shuttingdown. The "snowman" that we thought was killed in first movie wakes upat the hospital and horror once more brakes out. I think the actorsdoes a very good job, and you get close to the characters just like inthe first movie. In this movie we get too know a bit about the"snowman", and if it comes a third movie, maybe we get too learn evenmore. Who that will survive in this movie you just have too go and seefor your self.

    2. mdnobles19 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      An sequel that is just as good and kick ass as the original! I thoughtit was more violent and action packed this time around but not overlydone because just like in the original it focused on suspense andscares and character development more than gore and torture which isvery rare in slashers these days. I thought the acting was just asstrong or even better than in the original with our strong, heroinefemale lead who I think is very sexy, Hollywood should recruit her!There is not one dull moment in this film and is more fast paced thanthe original but it also has a build up too and is twice asentertaining and thrilling but the things that kept me from giving it afull 5 star rating is that it kind of lost its slasher touch making itmore like an action/thriller with an body count and was less scary. Thelast half was fantastic though and kept me on the edge of my seat andhad me rooting for the lead to survive and the film leaves it open fora Cold Prey 3 and I can't wait! Overall this is the best slasher seriesI've seen since maybe Scream 1 and 2 because to me it's near perfectionwhen it comes to slasher flicks and I highly recommend it for fans ofthe genre. More of a 4.5 out of 5 stars. SEE IT ASAP!!! AS WELL AS THEFIRST ONE IF YOU HAVEN'T YET!

    3. Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      Jannicke (Ingrid Bolse Berdal) is found wandering shocked in the snowin Stehotinn by Ole (Kim Wifladt) that brings her to the Otta SjukehusHospital where his girlfriend Dr. Camilla (Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik)works. Jannicke tells the location of the breach where the bodies ofher friends Eirik, Mikail and Ingunn and the psychopath killer are tothe skeptical police officers. When they investigate the location, theyfind the corpses and bring them to the morgue of the same hospital. Dr.Herman (Fridtjov Såheim) revives the psychopath while the Chief ofPolice Einar (Per Schaaning) investigates many missing persons in thespot. Sooner Herman and Einar disclose how dangerous the killer iswhile Jannicke and Camilla fight to survive.

      "Fritt Vilt" is an engaging thriller that has a predictable story butentertains. This sequel uses many clichés and is inferior, and I dareto say that it is annoying in many moments. Camilla is probably themost unreasonable character, with attitudes that irritates, like forexample, when she prefers to seek out Herman instead of leaving thebuilding to bring help. In a certain moment, Jannicke has the killerfainted on the snow and is incapable of shooting his head. My vote isfive.

      Title (Brazil): "Presos no Gelo II" ("Trapped in the Ice II")

    4. acidburn-10 from United Kingdom
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      The sequel to the brilliance that was Cold Prey does it again with thisexcellent follow up.

      The Plot = This picks up exactly where the last one left off, whereJannicke is picked up from the side of the road dazed confused and fullof blood, is taken to the local hospital which in fact is closing down,where only a few members of staff are working there and a handful ofpatients, but when the police find the bodies of her friends and killerand are brought back to the hospital, the killer comes back alive andstarts pick-axing his way through the hospital.

      Wow very rarely we get a sequel that matches the original but this oneactually does and again hits all the right notes, where in the firstone was mostly character development in this one we get a bigger bodycount and more action, which again I always love. The killer yet againwas genuinely creepy, big, brutal and is even more nastier, like thescene with the nurse and the fire extinguisher (really brutal).

      Again like the first one, we get a build up of the main characters andthen kicks into gear gives nearly an hour's worth of sweet action, asthe survivors attempt to avoid the mountain man and exit the hospitalin time for more police to arrive. The death's are pretty bloody, butsadly there's not a lot of on-screen gore. Although there are a couplesomewhat creepy scenes, a lot of the great mood and atmosphere that thefirst had is lost in this one. That's essentially the price you have topay when you want a feature with lots of action elements, which in myopinion make for a more entertaining watch (depending on the story).

      A factor I liked about this movie was that we get more of a back storyon the killer this time, which really kept me interested and I evenwanted to find out more and more, and the cast were again decent, Iliked the fact that they were normal looking people and not fashionmodels The killer also makes for an interesting hunter, laying down acouple traps for our victims to find themselves caught in, proving thathe's also fairly intelligent. The final scene was just pure brillianceand doesn't suck like a lot of movies I've seen.

      The cast, well Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Jannicke) does it again, I was gladthat she survived the first time round and this time she's just asgreat becoming more of a action babe this time round without going overthe top which I liked and Marthe Snorresdotter Rovick (Camilla) was aninteresting addition to the cast as the Doctor, she made a verysympathetic character and not just another crying and sobbingsupporting player she really comes into her own especially towards theend.

      All in all while the first one delivered mood and atmosphere, this onedelivers old school action slasher with an intimidating and potentiallyiconic killer and another must see. I can't wait for part 3.

    5. labrador72 from European Union
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      I didn't have high expectations for a sequel that brings back to life akiller that had been hit by pickax, took a fall of at least 30 feetonto frozen ice, and spent several hours lying at -20.

      Despite of this I found Fritt Vilt 2 to be an enjoyable sequel even ifsomewhat a predictable one. The camera work and sound effects are veryand I found the acting even better than in the first movie with IngridBolsø Berdal once again giving an excellent performance as Jannicke,the only survivor of Fritt Vilt 1. I can't really express an opinion onthe dialogs as I watched this film in Norwegian and only understoodmost of it because I speak some Swedish.

      Spoilers begin _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Why did I not find it as good as the firstmovie then? First of all what made Fritt Vilt I really good was thesetting: the characters were stuck in an abandoned hotel in the middleof nowhere surrounded by high snow which made any attempt to escapevery difficult. In the sequel they are in a hospital and a few of thecharacters could have run out of it earlier than they actually did.Besides, the script has a few flaws that impact the realism of thestoryline: 1) If you are a policeman when your foot gets caught in atrap and you are being dragged into a dark room, amazingly faster thanthe 2 other policemen only a few feet away can run, you'll surprisinglythink of using your MP5 to try keep yourself out of the dark roominstead of shooting! 2) If you are a policeman and are left in the carwhile 3 others enter a dark hospital with a homicidal maniacinside,you'll wait till everybody else is probably dead to load yourgun and get out of the car! 3) When the homicidal maniac – who haskilled all your friends, 1 doctor, 1 nurse, and 5 policemen – managesto disappear you decide to go after him but you obviously forget aboutthe Glock you were holding in the hand and only bring the shotgun and aknife! 4)When you are waiting for the homicidal maniac after signingthe guest book you obviously fall asleep! 5) If you are nurse when yourfavorite patient decides to hunt down the homicidal maniac who justkilled your boyfriend, you first think about it for a couple of hours,then make up your mind and run home to grab your hunting rifle but makesure not to call anybody for help!

      The final scene is neat though: how to put it? Revenge is a dish bestserved "in the cold"! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Spoilers end

      All in all, I can recommend watching this horror movie: for its genreis definitely well done!

    6. Anthony Pittore III (Shattered_Wake) from Los Angeles, CA
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      After surviving the brutal murder spree at the abandoned mountainhotel, Yannicke (Ingrid Bolsø Berdal) is found stranded in the snow bya rescue worker. She's taken to the local hospital where she revealsthe story of the massacre of her friends at the ski lodge by the maskedpsychopath Geir (Robert Follin, who replaced the first film's RuneMelby). Upon investigating the scene of the crime, the police discover& retrieve the corpses of Yannicke's friends along with the murderer.Unluckily for the staff and patients of the hospital, however, Dr.Hermann (Fridtjov Såheim) decides to play hero and save the viciousmass murderer who had shown brief signs of life. This spells bad newsfor everyone as Geir breaks free and goes on yet another vicious murderspree through the hospital.

      Taking an obvious page from the book of the 'Halloween' franchise,rookie filmmaker Mats Stenberg, taking over for the first film'sdirector Roar Uthaug, moves the 'Fritt Vilt' story out of the lodge andinto the hospital, very much like Laurie Strode's experience in'Halloween II.' It seemed, at first, that this sequel would lose thefeel of the first film due to the change in location, but it ended upnot losing a beat at all. In fact, everything in this sequel seemedboosted by the location change. The story gets moving quickly, butstill manages to get in enough character development to give viewers abit of interest for the soon-to-be victims. This is a very refreshingas the slasher subgenre is famous for its lack of characterdevelopment, using characters more as props for the killer to slaughterin various ways. But, worry not, the characters here still sufferedtheir own share of vicious & creative murders. Along with the brutalityof the kills, we're given some fantastically well done & realistic gorescenes. However, the film is not solely about the slasher-style scares& kills. In fact, 'Fritt Vilt II' has some of the best suspense andbuild-up I've seen in this subgenre for a long time. Due to the smallcast, there had to be a good balance of suspense & an entertainingpace, and the film delivered beautifully.

      As far as the technical aspects go, the film is top notch for thesubgenre. While the story may not be the most original orunpredictable, the approach works very well, made even better bydirector Stenberg's execution. A positive that many fans will notice isthe realism of the return of the killer. Instead of the typicalJason/Michael "sit up & kill" reanimation, Geir is actually given agenuine reason for coming back, and that is another welcome element.The cinematography of Anders Flatland is both beautiful and effective.He manages to show us precisely everything we need to see ininteresting ways without pulling the reveals too quickly. The cast, aswell, did very well in their individual roles. Although very few of thecharacters had to pull off overly complex characters, Yannickedefinitely had some substance to work with and performed very well asone of the most badass "final girls" that's come to the slashersubgenre in a while.

      Overall, 'Fritt Vilt II' is a fantastic entry into the genre and is acontender as one of the best slashers of the decade, being one of thefew films that may all-around surpass its predecessor.

      Final Verdict: 8.5/10

      -AP3-

    7. Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      Logically unfolding sequel to the supremely atmospheric and hauntingNorwegian horror hit "Cold Prey", released two years prior. Solesurvivor Jannicke gets picked up by the side of a snowy road and takento a nearby hospital that is as good as empty due to being closed verysoon. She's in shock and nobody believes her grotesque story about thepick-axe wielding maniac that butchered her friends. They're forced tosing a different tune when the five cadavers are recovered from theravine and brought back to the hospital morgue. The police alsodiscovers a few dozen of other frozen corpses, including that of thekiller. He really must be Jason Voorhees' distant Scandinavianrelative, as he miraculously resurrects from his body bag. The medicssuccessfully attempt to bring him back, naturally much against the willof a hysterical Jannicke, and she's obviously right to protest as hepromptly continues his relentless killing spree. Meanwhile, the localpolice commissioner digs up the 30-year-old missing person file anddiscovers a handful of interesting personality details about ourderanged killer. "Cold Prey II" is a more than worthwhile successor ofthe original, this time with a sinister abandoned hospital settinginstead of an abandoned skiing resort setting. Also like in theoriginal, the characters are identifiable and amiable individuals andyou certainly don't wish for them to die in such barbaric andexcruciatingly painful ways. Like the cute blond nurse who's beingsmashed to death with a fire extinguisher, for example. Ouch! Thesequel is actually even slightly more suspenseful than the first film,because there's a more intense aura of mystery hanging around thekiller's persona. The first half hour is particularly scary, prior tohis resurrection, because you can't really guess which direction thewriters have chosen for this film. There are nicely eerie decors andset pieces, great use of ominous music and always the exact right doseof lighting. Let it be clear that these Norwegians definitely know howto generate the right mood for an atmospheric and nightmarishly intensehorror film. "Cold Prey II" also benefices from terrific actingperformances, including the one from the little kid. The last half hourfollows a very exciting cat-and-mouse game between the killer, hidingsomewhere in the hospital, the two female survivors and a bunch ofpolicemen. These sequences are authentically scary. When is the lasttime a slasher actually scared you? The finale is brilliant andJannicke unfolds herself as one of the most prolific and heroic femalehorror protagonists of the last decade. There's another entry on theway, apparently a prequel set in the 1980's. I, for one, cannot wait!

    8. Prolox from Canada
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      After being rescued & taken to the local hospital, the lead heroine &soul surviving member of the first films bloodbath, finds the terrorisn't through, when the maniac she thought she had killed & left fordead is taken to the morgue, along with the bodies of all her friends,where he revives on the slab & picking up his trademark weapon,slaughters the staff of the hospital & anyone else that is standing inhis way, with the help of a nurse, she attempts to escape thebloodthirsty maniac & stop his bloody rampage once & for all. I admitit, I wasn't crazy for COLD PREY, but everyone else I talked to or anyreview I read, liked it, who knows maybe I just saw it on the wrongday. Recently I was able to see the sequel & I must say, unlike myunhappy experience with the first, I found myself thoroughly enjoyingthis sequel! The film moves much faster, has better acting, much betterkills, more & better executed scenes of suspense & although it lackedthe atmosphere of the first, the film still has a raw energy of it'sown to help make up for it. The killer was cool & more interesting here& although I thought the ending could have been a tad better, all inall it was able to end it's story on a high note. Definitelyrecommended for fans of the genre & is far & away better than mostAmerican made horror films, at least COLD PREY 2, adds lots of suspense& tension to keep the audience on the edge of their seats & not justout & out gore only. Followed by COLD PREY 3

      *** stars

    9. Sivakumar Balachandran from India
      30 Mar 2012, 10:47 pm

      I watched this movie back to back with its first one.

      I found this one was a better thriller than the first.

      But this screenplay also follows the famous movies like "visitinghours" It was a solid start from part 1. Not like other movies here youmeet the killer with a new team, this starts from what it ended in thefirst part.

      The lead heroine was very convincing in her role since she comes outwell in this part.

      I should say the accompanying doctor girl had a charming cute comedystuff face but she tried well.

      On the whole it was convincingly presented except some loop holes likethey fail to mention about the corpses they found later on in thecrevasse.

      I would rate it 7 on 10. cos this movie has got some thrills …

      Waiting to see what would they do in the third part………

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