Vidar Haarr has problems just like the rest of us. Sometimes sexually frustrated, often times all work and not enough play, and a thirst for blood. Wait what?
The horror comedy ‘VIDAR THE VAMPIRE’ hails from UFOh Productions in Norway and is a true effort in independent filmmaking. They put their blood, sweat and tears into the film that stretched out over the course of five years and was made for $60,000 of their own cash.
No word yet on if or when we will see a U.S. VOD or theatrical premier date but if you are in Norway you can catch it at the Norwegian International Film Festival. If you are lucky enough to attend the Fantasy Filmfest this September in Provo, Utah you can be among the first to see it in the U.S.
Vidar Haarr is a 33 year old, sexually frustrated bachelor farmer who leads a Christian, monotonous and strenuous working life on his mother’s farmstead in the Western outskirts of Norway. In a desperate attempt to break free from routine, Vidar prays to a higher power to grant him a life without boundaries. Unfortunately, his prayers are heard and Vidar wakes up one evening as the Prince of Darkness in sin city, Stavanger.
Source: Modern Horrors