The Valhalla Murders- Movie Review

Twisted Nordic noir gets a wry edge of humour in this Icelandic whodunit series that should satiate your binging urges if you love your mysteries served dark, but without too many complex subtexts. Thordur Palsson’s eight-episode series is fairly simple in storytelling, but smart enough to leave you guessing with the right twists at the apt moments.

You would be following the thriller via subtitles of course but you don’t miss its element of universality, which lies in the fact that this story could be imagined in any part of the world. Like many classic murder mysteries, the series starts off on a languid note, before a slowburn narrative takes you to a point where it literally gives a wild spin to the tale.

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