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Release Date:
10 October 2008 (Norway) See more »
Tagline:
Marerittet Fortsetter 10.Oktober...
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 » | Full synopsis »
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Disappointingly - the slasher is now portrayed as almost superhero, but the story is better than the first! See more (19 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Ingrid Bolsø Berdal ... Jannicke

Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik ... Camilla
Kim Wifladt ... Ole
Johanna Mørck ... Audhild

Fridtjov Såheim ... Herman
Per Schaanning ... Einar
Andreas Cappelen ... Kim
Mats Eldøen ... Sverre
Vetle Qvenild Werring ... Daniel

Mads Sjøgård Pettersen ... Johan

Robert Follin ... Fjellmannen
Bernhard Ramstad ... Haldor
Inger Johanne Ravn ... Den Gamle Damen
Charlotte Grundt ... Daniels Mamma

Viktoria Winge ... Ingunn
Tomas Alf Larsen ... Eirik
Endre Martin Midtstigen ... Mikal (as Endre Midtstigen)
Tonie Lunde ... Fjellmannens Mor
Hallvard Holmen ... Fjellmannens Far
Nina Brochmann ... Waitress
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rolf Kristian Larsen ... Morten Tobias (uncredited)

Directed by
Mats Stenberg 
 
Writing credits
Thomas Moldestad (screenplay)

Thomas Moldestad (story) &
Martin Sundland (story) &
Roar Uthaug (story)

Axel Hellstenius (contributing writer) &
Marius Vibe (contributing writer)

Produced by
Magne Lyngner .... coordinating producer
Magne Lyngner .... executive producer
Thomas Løberg .... executive producer
Kristian Sinkerud .... post producer
Kristian Sinkerud .... producer
Martin Sundland .... executive producer
Martin Sundland .... producer
Roar Uthaug .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Magnus Beite 
 
Cinematography by
Anders Flatland 
 
Film Editing by
Jon Endre Mørk 
 
Production Design by
Astrid Sætren 
 
Set Decoration by
Damien Williams 
Claude Wittwen 
 
Costume Design by
Kjell Nordström 
 
Makeup Department
Nina Elise Johansen .... assistant makeup artist
Dorte Pedersen .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Christell Roset .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hannah Hunter .... second assistant director
Eigil Langmark Svaar .... assistant director
Magnus Waal .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Martin Gant .... prop maker
Øyvind Grev Møgster .... property master
Kåre Martens .... graphic designer
Pål Petersen-Bergvik .... property master
Eivind Stoud Platou .... graphic designer
Åsmund Stemme .... stand-by props
Eivind Stjern .... art department assistant
Morten Swang .... property master
 
Sound Department
Erlend Hogstad .... sound effects editor
Aksel Holand .... boom operator
Jörg Klaussner .... dubbing mixer
Christian Schaanning .... sound re-recording mixer
Carl Svensson .... sound designer
Gisle Tveito .... dialogue re-recording mixer
Erik S. Watland .... foley effects
 
Special Effects by
Kai Kolstad Rødseth .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Lars Bartkær .... visual effects producer
Christian Baum .... digital compositor
Ole Bukowsky .... visual effects artist
Jeppe N. Christensen .... visual effects supervisor
Sascha Alexander Haber .... digital compositor
Thomas Hansen .... lead compositor
Ivan Kondrup Jensen .... 3d artist / compositor
Mikael Johannesen .... digital artist
Daniel Karlsson .... digital compositor
Claus Kogsbøll .... visual effects artist
Martin Kupski .... digital compositor
David Strindberg .... digital effects artist
Aksel Studsgarth .... set supervisor
Thomas Øhlenschlæger .... set supervisor
 
Stunts
Seth Ericson .... stunt coordinator
Anders Strömbäck .... assistant stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Philip J. Borgli .... second assistant camera
Bob Aas Carho .... grip
Gernot Grondinger .... focus puller: second unit
Stian Jorde .... gaffer
Chris Karlstad .... lighting technician
Tom Kopperud .... first assistant camera
Nicolay Poulsen .... director of photography: second unit
Pål Ulvik Rokseth .... first assistant camera: second unit
Johannes Selvaag .... lighting technician
Espen Zubi .... camera car operator
 
Casting Department
Celine Engebrigtsen .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Henriette Næss .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Jens Christian Fodstad .... additional editor
Tommy Kokvold .... first assistant editor
Edward Negussie .... colorist
Johan Wik .... additional editor
 
Other crew
Are Heidenstrom .... marketing consultant
Eirik Langeland Knudsen .... production assistant
Gitte Lechuga .... script supervisor
Philip Hallre Sivertsen .... production coordinator
Levi Gawrock Trøite .... production assistant
Jonas Viken Øby .... production assistant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Fritt vilt II" - Norway (original title)
"Cold Prey II" - Europe (English title) (DVD menu title)
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Runtime:
Norway:86 min
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Disappointingly - the slasher is now portrayed as almost superhero, but the story is better than the first!, 23 November 2012
Author: Nitzan Havoc from Israel

Having seen the first film of the series, I was really looking forward to this one. Fritt Vilt should definitely be remembered as Norway's lead Slasher (though I haven't had any chance to see any other Norwegian Horror films). Instead of writing this review as I usually like to, separating the good from the bad, I've decided this time to write my thoughts in the chronological order they've occurred.

First of all - Cold Prey 2 picked up pretty much exactly where Cold Prey ended, and was an actual sequel, rather than a film that only used the same location or same slasher. It even used the same surviving girl from the first film. A very good thing in my opinion! Unfortunately, something about her hair was different. It wasn't as obvious as Mark Hamil's total makeover between The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi, but it was still noticeable and slightly hurt suspension of disbelief.

Second - Slasher-wise, this sequel unfortunately pretty much devastated all the greatness of the first film. While in the first film the characters were up against a man (larger and stronger than average and completely crazy, but still a man), in this one the Mountain Man had become this Jason Voorhees adaptation. Suddenly - his strength levels in the superhuman, and a wrench thrown directly at his head has barely any effect. A let down... However, the background story attached to this phenomenon was dark, murky and original. Still, better off with just human slashers, I say either make the film a monster/aliens film or one with human villains. Most importantly - be persistent, if the first film presented the slasher as a man, don't make him a superhero in the 2nd.

Third - the ending, while having no twists and no exceptionally wise turn of events, was still very original and well done! Excellent acting by Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (despite her hair) and a great way to finish the story while leaving some potential loose ends for the third film.

Coming to think of it, now that I re-read the aforementioned notes, I think I liked this film even more than the first one! What a pity that based on the rules of 99% of trilogies, the third one is going to be lousy :) Let's hope it isn't!

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