Here's the trailer (Note: For some reason, some of the scenes don't appear in the movie and some voices that are British have been dubbed over by an American accent):
I love watching this film during the holiday season because it has a magical atmosphere with the un-human circumstances. The film takes place during the holidays so almost every scene is shot outside in the snow and they bring chills to me every time. It is the only film where I can feel the difference in temperature.
I enjoyed Christopher Eccleston as the Rider. When I first watched The Seeker, I had only seen Eccleston as The (ninth) Doctor. Although he is an actor that can play both good and bad characters, he is excellent at playing a bad guy. I also loves his long hair in this role.
Ian McShane's performance was equally good. I find he belongs in tales of ancient magic and mayhem. He was also the narrator for the film The Sorceror's Apprentice.
I saw the film prior to reading the series and found that both the movie and series were superb on their own since the movie's sole purpose was to tell Will's story (Cooper's series has other protagonists) and I like most of the changes the film made to Will's story. My only complaint is that I would have liked Maggie to have had all her scenes from the book, as well as those of the Walker, included in the film, but I suppose, at that point, you might as well just read Cooper's series to understand everything like who Merriman really is. It is one of my holiday favorites!