OUTLANDER begins when a space craft crashes into the majestic fjords of ancient Norway and into the time of the Vikings. From the wreckage emerge two bitter enemies: a soldier from another world – Kainan (James Caviezel) – and a bloodthirsty creature known as the Moorwen. Man and monster both seeking revenge for violence committed against them. As the Moorwen ravages the Viking world, killing everything in its path, Kainan forms an unlikely alliance with the primitive but fierce warriors....
OUTLANDER begins when a space craft crashes into the majestic fjords of ancient Norway and into the time of the Vikings. From the wreckage emerge two bitter enemies: a soldier from another world – Kainan (James Caviezel) – and a bloodthirsty creature known as the Moorwen. Man and monster both seeking revenge for violence committed against them. As the Moorwen ravages the Viking world, killing everything in its path, Kainan forms an unlikely alliance with the primitive but fierce warriors. Combining his advanced technology with ancient Iron Age weapons, the hero leads a desperate attempt to kill the monster - before it destroys them all.
StudioThe Weinstein Company
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62 critic reviews
46,849 user reviews
4/24/2009 by Tom Huddlestone
Daft, obvious but hugely enjoyable, 'Outlander' is superior trash.
Dallas Morning News
1/23/2009 by Cary Darling
An unexpectedly enjoyable science-fiction adventure that should be generating louder fanboy buzz than it has so far.
1/23/2009 by Tom Long
Outlander is a cheesy, low-budget, space alien Viking monster movie. And seemingly proud of it.
San Francisco Chronicle
1/23/2009 by Mick LaSalle
In its second half, Outlander falls apart completely, becoming nothing but a violent, mindless monster movie along the lines of Alien vs. Predator.
1/23/2009 by Michael Phillips
In Outlander, the nuttiest hunk of junk in many months, Viking warriors and a stoic intergalactic traveler join forces to combat an enormous beetle with whiplash stingers.
1/22/2009 by Rene Rodriguez
There isn't a single scene in this story about a traveler from another planet who crash-lands on Earth during the Iron Age that doesn't remind you of another, better movie.
1/22/2009 by Wesley Morris
By taking nonsense seriously Outlander never achieves camp. It's a comic book that's mistaken itself for scripture.
1/22/2009 by Tom Keogh
You can think about Outlander 16 different ways, and still arrive at the same conclusion: It just doesn't work.
1/22/2009 by Tasha Robinson
An odd mishmash of genres with too much message and musing to be propulsive, and too much cornball monster movie to take seriously. But while the blend may not satisfy fans of pure action or pure drama, at least it gives them both a new flavor to try.
1/22/2009 by Steven Rea
An enjoyably goofy hybrid of extraterrestrial sci-fi and Iron Age action.
1/22/2009 by Roger Ebert
I am tempted to describe the plot of Outlander as preposterous, but a movie about an alien spaceship crashing into a Viking fjord during the Iron Age is likely to be preposterous.
1/21/2009 by Roger Moore
One of the more outlandish B-pictures to come out of the Great Movie Mash-up Machine known as The Weinstein Co.
Common Sense Media
8/31/2010 by Charles Cassady
Beowulf with aliens and lots of gore, violence.
6/2/2010 by Brian Orndorf
Outlander is a fluid genre exercise that satisfies cravings for action and Norse mythology in one fell swoop. It's a full-bodied adventure movie that's responsive and reverential to the needs of sci-fi escapism.
12/17/2009 by William Goss
Vikings vs. aliens -- Outlander is probably the best possible version of whatever movie you've already made in your head from reading those first three words.
6/20/2009 by Nick Rogers
A mead hall party feels like a Iron Age version of "Cheers," right down to the "Norm!" greeting for one character. It's one of many leaden diversions from what should be a lean, economical, brutal B-movie of aliens, Vikings and alternate timelines.
Montreal Film Journal
6/8/2009 by Kevin N. Laforest
This is honestly better than all the big Hollywood blockbusters that have been released so far this summer.
Reel Film Reviews
5/28/2009 by David Nusair
...ultimately establishes itself as a fun little endeavor that boasts as irresistible a premise as one could possibly imagine.
5/27/2009 by Richard Edwards
About as subtle as being punched in the face by an angry Norwegian, it delivers everything you could possibly want from a movie about Vikings and alien monsters.
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