An archeologist learns that runes discovered aboard the Oseberg Viking ship may reveal the apocalyptic truth behind Ragnarok, and uncovers an ancient secret with terrifying implications during an expedition into the unforgiving wilderness along the Russia and Norway border.~Jason Buchanan
It was better than I expected considering it's dubbed over in English which doesn't always translate well. It's a low-cost low budget horror movie from Norway that has an interesting take on what killed off the vikings.
This is a family treasure hunt adventure film with myths, mystery and monsters, except it's all in Norwegian. If you're a fan of adventure films and foreign films then this could be right up your alley. You can read reviews of the film online so if you're already familiar with it, then I highly suggest you pick up the blu-ray. It is reference quality in both audio and video, plenty of special features and a lot of fun, highly recommended.
Ragnarok could be described as "Raiders of the Lost Ark" meets "Jurassic Park", but only on the surface. It is less of that and more of an engrossing look at some aspects of Norse mythology with a good portion of action and suspense for the whole family.