The vampires were good minus their scream. The setting might've been the best part.
over 3 years
More gore than horror. Vampires' plan doesn't make sense and cripples the story, though.
almost 4 years
An enjoyable, atmospheric and disturbing film from the vampire genre based in Alaska.
over 5 years
American version of the swedish movie "Frostbiten"? They are exactly the same
almost 6 years
It's a bit of a no brainier but I loved it.
over 6 years
over 6 years
Seeing this in the theaters was the point where I said, "Vampire movies are dead."
Little B Anne
almost 7 years
Vampires plus 24/7 night...makes for a bloody and scary time. It was a great version.
ABOUT THE FILM 30 Days of
Night began its journey to theaters
with the publication of the graphic novel by Steve Niles and Ben
Templesmith. The miniseries – just three
books – became a career-defining moment for both. As they brought both a new look and a new
story to the vampire legend, Niles’
and Templesmith’s work has been lauded as a revival of the horror comic. “We fell in love with the idea of vampires coming to
Barrow, Alaska, once the sun has set for a month,” says producer Rob Tapert,
who – with producer Sam Raimi – founded Ghost House Productions to bring this
kind of story to the screen. “It was a
project that got us excited because it delivers a level of intensity and
stylized horror that, as a young guy, I loved in these kinds of movies and to
this day I still enjoy. For Sam and me, 30 Days of Night is a return to our Evil Dead roots.” To direct, Raimi and Tapert tapped David Slade, whose
first film, the independent Hard Candy...