30 Days of Night (2007)
This is the story of an isolated Alaskan town that is plunged into darkness for a month each year when the sun sinks below the horizon. As the last rays of light fade, the town is attacked by a bloodthirsty gang of vampires bent on an uninterrupted orgy of destruction. Only the small town's husband-and-wife Sheriff team stand between the survivors and certain destruction.
Slow pace in the most part of the movie.
best movie i've ever seen.
It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
It's easily one of the freshest, sharpest and most enjoyable films of this year.
This is one of the scariest movies I have seen. It has a great story line. It also has great acting. It is one of the best movies I have seen. It is so mush better then The silences of the lambs.
This was actually one interesting vampire movie back in the day when it was released, because it certainly broke the form that vampire movies tended to follow, and suddenly vampires were not these overly charismatic goth-like creatures. It was nice to have the vampires turn into savage and feral creatures."30 Days of Night" has a good storyline, that is loaded with lots of action. And the concept was very interesting, nay, refreshing to say the least, because director David Slade certainly brought new and much needed blood, pardon the pun, to the vampire genre.The movie was definitely benefiting well from having great special effects and CGI. Some of the vampires, however, looked somewhat ridiculous, but it was hardly something that spoiled the movie.There was also a good cast performing the various roles and characters in the movie. It was especially interesting to see Josh Hartnett in a movie such as this, and he really stepped up to the plate and proved that he was worthy of carrying the movie."30 Days of Night" is definitely worth watching if you enjoy vampire movies that combine action with thrills. So you can sink your fangs into this movie without a doubt.
Vampire films are arguably one of the most over-exposed of the horror sub-genres, but TDON is a refreshing departure from what has become mainstream vampire movies. Set in a northern Alaskan town that experiences the natural phenomenon of losing the sun for a month, the town is besieged by a group of mysterious vampires. They are vicious, pitiless creatures, intent on wiping out the human race. Ordinarily, I'd be looking for a bit of backstory to put the plot and its movement in context, and am usually annoyed when there is none. However, the lack of history of these vampires just adds to their mystique, and the sense of their eternal existence. Josh Hartnett leads a crew of more than passable actors, but Danny Huston steals the show as the vampire patriarch, Marlow. He develops a style and execution that has the viewer actually despising the character, no easy task in modern cinema. The other vampire actors also display a merciless, violent approach that have you rooting for the trapped townspeople, just as their future seems hopeless. The production values and sets are above average, as are the FX and CGI, certainly something you would expect from a big movie house like Columbia Pictures. The only thing that I couldn't wrap my mind around was the passage of time. Supposedly, these townspeople had to survive by hiding for a full thirty days, but the pacing of the vampire's killing and the thinning of the townspeople herd couldn't make me believe that they lasted that long. It was probably the most implausible part of the movie. Still, it was an entertaining thrill ride for 90 minutes.
30 Days of Night (2007) is a horror thriller released on 19 October 2007, directed by David Slade, lifted from the same comic book released in 2002, setting in Alaska, Alaska hit by a very long winter, the sun will appear 30 days later, but the plague will hit the small town of Barrow, Sheriff Eben Oleson knows it immediately tells the townspeople to hide and lock their door, it turns out a swarm of bloodthirsty Vampire that will make the citizens of the city their meal, The townspeople In a moment of death slaughtered by vampire vampires. The gripping atmosphere, the terror, enveloped the city and divided the dead bodies. 30 Days of Night is creepy, brutal, sadistic, scary, dark, and tense. The best vampire movie I've ever seen