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VampyrVidar (2017)

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A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life, falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger, Norway.
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A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life, falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger, Norway.

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Funny (how)
27 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Let me clear the air from the start: Do not even begin to compare this "What we do in the shadows". They're both comedies and they are both with and about vampires. But very different in style and some of the humor too. The pseudo documentary (reality TV) aspect of the mentioned other movie makes it apparent, but I can tell you that some people at the festival I watched it, drew the comparison.

If you can let go of that, you will be able to enjoy a movie, that is more than decent, if you are not too Christian and/or easily offended. The jokes are not all hits and the movie felt like it slowed down midway through. But pacing issues aside, this was still fun to watch and had quite a few (crazy) things going for it


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