I’ve been thoroughly impressed by the majority of the horror flicks that have come out of Norway as of late, so I’m pretty excited for director Finn-Erik Rognan & Nils J. Ness’ “Dunderland” to find its way to North American shores. The above image is a bit misleading, as the embedded clip isn’t nearly as nipply as the above image may suggest, though it’s still worth of look nonetheless. I apologize in advance if the lack of nipples is a deal breaker.
Dear Reader, meet official synopsis:
1695. A young maiden by the name Johanne Nilsdotter is accused of witchcraft. Her persecutors end her life in the bottomless pits of the Djupkista waters in the Dunderland valley. In the years to follow, numerous horrendous events and tragedies strike the valley. 2011. The young, aspiring theatre director Laura arrives in the Dunderland valley. Together with an ensamble of Norway’s premier actors, she will put on a play at an old, abandoned Boy Scout camp. They are soon made aware of the Dunderland valleys dark and bloody history. Then the star actor disappears.
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Via : Bloody Disgusting