3 thoughts on “Wrath of the Northmen”

  1. Vikings caught our interest immediately and KEPT it. In some ways it is reminiscent of Game of Thrones.True, it is quite graphic, but I mean that as a compliment. The show’s topics are au-currant, so much so that I believe I recognized scenarios from the lives of a few acquaintances…power struggles, greed, lust, genius, family matters, a bit of lunacy, jealousy, and a couple of rats. Yes, you got them all. The scenery is truly breathtaking. Their transportation systems and fashion…

  2. Way better than we expected! The fight choreography is actually…. GOOD. All the fight scenes rock. I question it’s historical accuracy a lot, but it’s definitely a show we get excited about watching. The last episode ends at a weird note, though. It should have ended with Season 2, episode 1. I mean, even though it’s shot in a Braveheart-esque manner, the viewer should go in knowing that the Vikings aren’t GOOD guys. Their estimate of what makes someone good/bad applies, which is FAR away…

  3. While I am only five episodes into season 1, I must say that I find the series to be exceptionally interesting. Granted, the fighting is a tad brutal, but one should expect as much from a series depicting the Vikings. The characters are interesting, the landscape is generally breathtaking, and the story lines have kept me interested for more. Up to this point, it is definitely a series I would recommend if Viking-based stories are intriguing to you. I’ve been hooked on them since spending an…

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