Hammer of the Gods was about Vikings?
I didn't even know Heimdal lived in Jorvik
Have no one though that it might not be him, but a imposter?!!
I'm sharpening my axe and boiling the broccoli in any case.
Why could they not use the concept of the 2012 movie about this?
Hammer of the gods has a lot of superstition.Like ''oh nooo a man enters our camp alone on a full moon with bad news.We must kill him'' kind of thing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=MUrL7GcgHO0
Having been born in Dublin (created by Vikings) and eaten magic mushrooms I believe I could have Viking ancestry.The alcohol consumption and desire to rape and pillage is always with me. Rawrrr
Last edited by John ''True Grit'' Wayne; November 22, 2013 at 07:41 AM.
The hell was Valhalla Rising even about? It made no sense, also why didn't the Vikings have some chain mail or padding to protect them from those sharpened sticks that the, presumably Native Americans, had.
We talking about the 2013 Hammer of the Gods, not really sure what that was about wither to be honest. But I will watch Vikings if that's okay with you people.
Best Viking movie was in 1958. Kirk Douglas stared. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Ir-qULjD2m4
Can't wait for this year's batch of wack-ass mothers slitting their childrens' throats with box-cutters to save them from the suffering of the end times.
Like. Every. Other. Time.
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LOL yeah the priest. For me the best part was the concept of salty and fresh water. How he at last picks up the cup to get some water to drink from outside the boat (i was like, yeah the guy has finally given in), only to find that they were now not in sea but a river, meaning getting close to land.
yeah,at first sight it does appear to be quite bland but when you consider that it is a metaphor for the disappearance of paganism in Scandinavia and that One-Eye is actually Odin who goes to the new world to die then you start looking at it differently.
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