Kari Wührer stars as a witch, who turns the king's son Barek into an immortal berserker. The enmity between Barek and the witch extends to the present day in his attempts to become mortal again and break Odin's curse.
Six young adults in the woods run afoul of a berserker, a viking warrior who dons the fur and snout of a bear, and are slain in turn by him.
Hugo Vartan is an author looking for a juicy story for his next book. He comes across one in the form of the sister of his flatmate's boyfriend, who has been hospitalised in a psychiatric ward for, seemingly, murdering her partner, beheading him with a knife and sticking his head on the steering wheel of her car.
Filmed and recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon, London 11th December 1984. Set-List: We Are Glass Berserker Remind Me To Smile Sister Surprise Music for Chameleons The Iceman Comes Cold Warning This Prison Moon My Dying Machine We Take Mystery (To Bed) This Is New Love
The Hunger Games heads back to the Dark Ages when a group of five young Saxons is captured by a clan of fearsome Viking warriors and used as prey in a ritualistic manhunt. High on a potion that turns them "berserk" the brutal hunters are soon on the scent of the terrified youngsters in a desperate battle for survival from the ritualistic manhunt. Written and directed by Welsh film-maker Antony Smith.
A psychotic small-time criminal realizes that the everyday robberies, rapes and murders he commits aren't profitable enough, so he figures to hit the big time by kidnapping the daughter of a rich man.