The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

Escaping from poverty to become a witcher, Vesemir slays monsters for coin and glory, but when a new menace rises, he must face the demons of his past.

  • Released: 2021-08-23
  • Runtime: 83 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Animation, Fantasy
  • Stars: Theo James, Lara Pulver, Graham McTavish, Mary McDonnell, David Errigo Jr., Jennifer Hale, Tom Canton, Matthew Yang King, Luke Youngblood, Michaela Dietz, Keith Ferguson, Adam Croasdell, Jennie Kwan, Kari Wahlgren, A.J. LoCascio, Darryl Kurylo, Nolan North, Harry Hissrich, Ry Chase, Samia Mounts, Steve Blum, Dee Bradley Baker, Sara Cravens, JP Karliak, Fred Tatasciore, Abby Trott, Andrew Morgado, Courtenay Taylor
  • Director: Han Kwang-il
  • Anime_Enjoyer - 10 July 2023
    Witcher on his Peak
    First of all, stop the hate, stop the "mimi it is not as good like the book buhuhu". I didnt play the games and I didnt read the books. You nerds outside, be happy that they chose ur universe to make a cool movie and series out of that.

    Everyone who is giving this movie less than 8/10 is just delusional and dont deserve to watch this movie.

    The Story contains everything u need. A cool backsitestory, interesting characters, an awesome plot twist and beautiful animation at the state of art. The soundtrack is absolutely amazing and the plot is entertaining from the start to the end.

    10/10 is absolutely deserved, stop the hate!
  • schwarzschild - 24 April 2022
    Tries to give you a feeling. And tries..
    The makers seem to have aimed at a comicbook-like spoken word movie with an emotional dive-in to the witcher's world via music (as we are used to from the marvellous game) but fails at both. It's a verbal soap opera overloaded with a soundtrack that kills even the best moments of the movie independant whether you're aquainted with the witcher saga or not. I watched it several times and also listened to it like to an audio-book. It tries to but doesn't have the touch.

    Pro: Nice animations, unique voices.
  • melancholicmoon - 28 December 2021
    If only this were made before S1 of The Witcher
    The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf should have aired before the first season of The Witcher. Maybe then the latter would have made some sense (I haven't read the books or played the game).

    This animated movie is so good, it should have actually been a series; it is gripping from beginning to end, the action is top-notch, and it's filled with interesting characters. And I actually enjoyed the main Witcher and Geralt's future mentor, Vesemir; I'd like more of him, please.

    Because of the movie, I will be watching season 2 of The Witcher, in the hope that the editing and mood are better than in the first installment.