Post Mortem: No One Dies IN Skarnes – A Vampire Series With A Twist

Post Mortem: No One Dies In Skarnes just hit Netflix. Here’s why it should be your new binge-worthy horror/comedy series

Well, this was certainly a nice surprise. I have seen the trailer playing for a few weeks and I have been looking forward to it. However, I had not one clue that this was a Vampire series. It ain’t all fangs and bat’s though Post Mortem reinvents the wheel with a beautiful fresh approach.

Scandinavia has been known for some amazing vampire movies. Let the Right One In and Frostbitten (both Swedish) are two movies I consider among the best in the genre. Norway has now entered the vampire playing field with post Mortem: No One Dies In Skarnes.

The series starts with two cops looking over a dead body. A young well-known girl called Live, the daughter of Arvid, the local funeral parlour owner has died under suspicious circumstances. Being such a small town, there’s no ambulances or doctors, the local funeral parlour is called and they arrive, grief-stricken to take away the body. Her lifeless corpse is put in a body bag and she is taken to the local morgue for an autopsy. They lay her body on the slab, but just as they’re about to begin, she miraculously rises from the dead. But with coming back from the dead, there’s always a catch: she is now starting to crave blood, her senses have increased and normal food just ain’t cutting it anymore.

Meanwhile, her family business at the funeral parlour is in financial danger. There’s just not enough people dying in the town of Skarnes… All of that’s about to change. Business is soon to be booming.

This is an extraordinary series that has a bit of everything; horror, comedy, drama & crime all beautifully moulded together to give us this wonderfully odd and fresh tale of vamprism.

Season one consists of 6-episodes and you’ll be left craving more. You can check out Post Mortem: No one dies In Skarnes now on NetFlix. As always, thanks for reading.

Article by GG
Founder/Owner/BigCheese @ Moviehooker

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