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30 Days of Night
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Directed By
David Slade

Written By:
Stuart Beattie, Brian Nelson, Steve Niles

Cast:
Ben Foster, Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Manu Bennett, Craig Hall, Mark Boone Junior, Joel Tobeck, Mark Rendall, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Kate Elliott, Elizabeth McRae, Amber Sainsbury, Ben Fransham, Jared Turner, Jacob Tomuri, Camille Keenan, Matt Gillanders, Allan Smith, Kate O'Rourke, Megan Franich, Abbey-May Wakefield, Rachel Maitland-Smith, Melissa Billington, Aaron Cortesi, Ismay Johnston, Sam La Hood, Allan Smith, Tim McLachlan, Jarrod Martin, John Rawls, Andrew Stehlin, Sam Wilson, Thomas Crosson, Pua Magasiva, Min Windle, Chic Littlewood, Lee Tuson


 
30 Days of Night (2007)
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Movie Review by Derringer
May 26th, 2009

CHOP! CHOP! - OR - CHOMP! CHOMP!

Was 30 DAYS OF NIGHT - Creepy?

Yes!

And, Was it Gruesome?

Yes-Yes!

And, did I seriously believe (for even 30 seconds) that anyone could've possibly survived the Vampire Invasion in Barrow, Alaska for 30 hours, let alone 30 days? (30 DAYS!!??)

Well, my answer would definitely be - "No way, Jose!"

The impossible odds against anyone who was living in Barrow to make it out unbitten and not torn to pieces till the sun shone again (4 weeks down the road) was the major downfall of this flick's gory story.

The savage energy that drove these blood-lusting Vampires to their ferocious feeding frenzy would've made it virtually impossible for anyone to hide from them for very long. I mean, these horrendous monsters could, in a sense, actually smell out blood. So, who could possibly hide from the likes of that?

But, aside from that nasty stumbling block in the story, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT was really a highly effective axe-ample of modern-day Vampirism and Horror all tied up in one blood-curdling, little package.

Yeah. 30 DAYS OF NIGHT - A very chilling tale, indeed. But, like, what the hell happened to all the No-Name Vampires at the end of this flick? I'd sure like to know..... And, please, don't anyone tell me that I have to wait to find out about it in 30 DAYS OF NIGHT-2.

Chomp! Chomp!

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