There’s Something in the Barn (2023)

An American family fulfills their dream of returning to their roots after inheriting a remote cabin in the mountains of Norway. However, they are in for a big surprise. An elf with a nasty temper lives in the house’s barn. When the family starts to infuriate the creature, a raw and bloody struggle for survival ensues.

 

French sales and co-production house Charades co-founder Yohann Comte called the film “one of those fun rides you rarely come across.” Adding.. “It’s a privilege to work with XYZ Films for the first time and it’s so Impressive that 74 Entertainment managed to build this ambitious artistic bridge between American classics and Norwegian mythology. We all love a mean elf.”

One of the film’s producers said the following about director Magnus Martens: “He has the sentiment we were looking for and the direct knowledge to the mythology – but also the know-how to make a film that will kick absolute ass all over the world.”

Directed by Magnus Martens (eps of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Fear the Walking Dead, Good Behavior, Longmire, etc..)

Also been described as “Gremlins meets Home Alone meets National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”

Described as a “Norwegian holiday horror romp.”

There’s Something in the Barn arrived in Select Theaters on November 10, 2022.

There’s Something in the Barn arrived in Cinemas and On Demand in the UK on December 1, 2023.

There’s Something in the Barn arrived on Digital on December 5, 2023.

There’s Something in the Barn premiered on Netflix on March 20, 2024.

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Director: Magnus Martens

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