At first glance, the Norwegian “Manhunt – Hunting” gives the impression of solid tailored slasher, without a hint of embarrassment, rooted in the American classics. The first 20 minutes is an obvious copy of “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” – not only is the truck traveling four young people descend on the hostile provinces, and the chassis a little strange hitchhiker, it’s still the same action takes place in the 70’s. No narrative inventiveness unfortunately goes much further – “Hunt” for a moment can not escape the predictability of species, which eventually kills the well filmed and decently played survival horror. Patrik Syversen, moreover, he sticks the own goal, at the beginning of killing two of the three female characters. In the foreground is then resourceful Camilla (Henriette Bruusgaard), surrounded by a bunch of sluggish males. Layout of the food chain is painfully easy to predict. Despite its flaws and shortcomings, “Manhunt – The Hunt” works pretty well on the technical side.
The director here goes even further than the creator of another Norwegian horror film, “Hotel of evil”, effectively mimicking the visual aspects of American cinema. Effective filters, pictures of the hand and realistic murder scenes are reminiscent of a perfect horror from overseas, which surely will appreciate many a connoisseur of the genre. Worse, when it comes to excessive secondariness story – will not help, even based on individual formulas for the required schematic wyeksploatowanej Convention. DVD cover for “Manhunt – The Hunt” is made by Radoslaw Majdanowski. Radek performs covers and dvd covers blu-ray, such as the “Manhunt – The Hunt” and make them available by the DVD cover CoverCity. This site provides free dvd cover art for the movie Manhunt – Hunting.