Vidar The Vampire

Norwegian Horror Comedy ‘Vidar The Vampire’ Comes To VOD

Dread Central Presents, a subsidiary of Epic Pictures, is releasing the Norwegian vampire horror comedy movie, Vidar the Vampire! The film is wrapping up a highly successful festival run with stops at the Norwegian International Film Festival, Filmquest, Screamfest Los Angeles, Fantasy Film Festival in Germany, Fantastic Fest, Monsters of Film, Panic Film Festival, the Brussels International Fantasy Film Festival, and most recently at Fantaspoa.

Check out the official trailer, then read on for all the details!

Vidar The Vampire Synopsis

Vidar the Vampire is about a 33 year-old sexually frustrated bachelor farmer named Vidar who leads a monotonous Christian life on his mother’s farm, located on the outskirts of Western Norway. In a desperate attempt to break free of his shackles, Vidar prays to the Lord to grant him a life without boundaries. Instead, he wakes up as the Prince of Darkness! Now he must adjust to life as a vampire.

Vidar The Vampire is comparable in tone to the breakout indie flick, What We Do In The Shadows. The movie stars Thomas Aske Berg, Brigt Skrettingland, Kim Sønderholm, and Henrik Rafaelsen.  Fredrik Waldeland and Thomas Aske Berg wrote and directed the film.

Here’s a look at the official poster art!

Vidar The Vampire

Vidar The Vampire debuted on all major video on demand platforms on June 12th. You can check it out now on Vudu, Google Play and a variety of other providers.

This film looks funny as hell! I love quirky, off the wall horror comedies like this. You can never have too many. What a breath of fresh air.

So what do you think of the trailer? Will you check out the movie on demand or on DVD? Tell us in the comments!

About Kenn Hoekstra

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