Remote and neglected, Black Lake has been closed for years. Johan invites his friends thereon a test trip, with the idea of reopening the resort. They are soon gripped by a series of disturbing experiences. On the very first night, Johan’s girlfriend, Hanne, is woken by a sickening thudding noise coming from the cellar. The landlord refuses to let them investigate. It turns out the resort was closed after a family were found dead, strangled. One by one, members of the group wake with bloodshot eyes following nightmares of being strangled. With fear and danger spiralling, Hanne becomes convinced that supernatural forces wish them ill. Who can be trusted? Who will survive? A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 1
Johan Ceder has, after a suspended sentence for possession of narcotics, been sent to the isolated island of Kallskär far out in the Stockholm archipelago.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 2
No corpse is found but Minnie’s sense of a supernatural presence in room 5 grows.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 3
The circumstances around the woman who vanished from the island appear all the more mysterious and Minnie is determined to seek answers for what happened last year.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 4
Minnie’s increasingly intimate relationship with Uno becomes more complicated.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 5
Minnie is all the more persuaded that there is a darkness dwelling over the island Kallskär,
Black Lake S2 Ep. 6
Minnie discovers that people have always been disappearing from the island Kallskär.
Black Lake S2 Ep. 7
The course participant Oscar has vanished. But Uno does not want to inform the police right away, as it might threaten the enterprise on the island.
Excellent cinematography and storyline for both seasons. Chills with each ghastly encounter. The mysteries are expertly done and great cast for each. Had to gobble up every episode to determine the outcome. Satisfyingly tricky. Holmes would be proud.
Shudder where’s Jordskott
too boring af!
Breathtaking scenery. Interesting red herrings. Deducting one skull for picking the low-hanging fruit for the villain's backstory. Deducting another skull for plot points so obvious they wouldn't have fooled the Scooby Gang. Then: There I was, watching the last few minutes of episode 8 and enjoying the tying up of the last plot point--and then in the corner Shudder wants to let me know it's time to start season 2. What?!