What do the Norwegians say in The Thing?

What do the Norwegians say in The Thing?

During the opening of John Carpenter’s “The Thing” (1980), the “crazed” Norwegian that accidentally shoots one of the expedition members shouts “Get the hell away from that thing. That’s not a dog, it’s some sort of thing! It’s imitating a dog, it isn’t real! GET AWAY YOU IDIOTS!!”

Which is better The Thing 1982 or 2011?

While The Thing (2011) is impressive as a “fan film” and provides interesting insights into the 1982 classic, it doesn’t deliver the same thrills as its bigger, bloodier brother. Having said that, Carpenter’s version doesn’t have any creepy detached hand monsters which, you’ve got to admit, are incredibly eerie.

Did The Thing survive?

The Thing sports an open-ended conclusion, in which MacReady (frequent Carpenter collaborator Kurt Russell) and Childs (Keith David, future star of Carpenter’s They Live) are the only two characters still alive.

What happened to Lars The Thing 2011?

(1) Lars was knocked out by Carter and Jameson, in which case they took the flamethrower from him, and he woke up at some point later on. (2) When Lars was attacked, he was taken by surprise and unable to react properly, so Carter and Jameson took the flamethrower by force.

Did Kate survive in The Thing?

In addition, the film’s writer, Eric Heisserer, revealed in an interview with the website Bloody Disgusting that in the script he wrote, Kate does not survive.

Who was the original Thing?

The Original-Thing was a Thing which survived the crash-landing of its UFO in Antarctica. The progenitor of all subsequent Things in the Thing film franchise, the creature appears in the 2011 prequel film The Thing.

Is Keith David The Thing?

The main deuteragonist of the 1982 film The Thing, he was was portrayed by actor Keith David. The character’s fate was also explored in the Dark Horse comic series The Thing from Another World, and the 2002 video-game The Thing.

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