Berserker (1987 film)

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Berserker
Berserker FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Jefferson Richard
Produced by Jules Rivera
Written by Joseph Kaufman
Jefferson Richard
Music by Chuck Francour
Gary Griffin
Cinematography Henning Schellerup
Edited by Marcus Manton
Distributed by Shapiro Entertainment
Release date(s)
  • July 1987 (1987-07)
Running time 80-85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Berserker (a.k.a Berserker: The Nordic Curse) is a 1987 horror film in the "slasher film" genre, in which a Viking berserker serves as the killer. It was written and directed by Jefferson Richard.

Plot[edit]

According to an old Nordic legend, a Berserker was a bloodthirsty warrior who ate human flesh, forbidden a restful death and fated to be reincarnated in their blood kin. Six college students accidentally stumble across the Berserker legend when they vacation in a campground in Rainbow Valley, an area settled by Norwegian immigrants. The camp is abuzz with rumours of a wild bear killing people in the area, including speculation about an old couple who get lost. But is it really a bear?

Cast[edit]

  • Joseph Alan Jones
  • Valerie Sheldon
  • Greg Dawson
  • Beth Toussaint
  • Mike Riley - as the Berserker

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