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30 Days of Night (2007)

Director(s): David Slade

Theatrical Release: 2007

Cast: Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Ben Foster, Mark Rendall, Mark Boone, Jr.

Genre(s): Horror, comic book, Dean's List

Countries: USA


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Running Time: 113m.

Hard Candy director David Slade took the helm for this adaptation of Steve Niles' terrifying comic-book series of the same name. In Barrow, AK, one night can last an eternity. One month every year, this town is plunged into darkness for 30 days due to its location on the far north of the Arctic Circle. While extended periods of darkness are something that the locals have become accustomed to, this year something sinister is about to emerge from the long and unforgiving night. As a maniacal horde of vampires assume control of the city streets and commence to freely feasting on the terrified citizens, the local sheriff (Josh Hartnett), his wife (Melissa George), and a small but resilient band of survivors will be forced to choose between saving themselves or helping the few remaining members of their community survive the blood-soaked siege. Original comic creator Niles collaborated with screenwriters Stuart Beattie and Brian Nelson to pen a film produced under Sam Raimi's Ghost House Pictures banner. (allmovie.com)

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DVD Special Features:

! Audio commentary with Josh Hartnett, Melissa George and producer Rob Tapert

! 8 behind-the-scenes featurettes:

--Pre-Production

--Building Barrow

--The Look

--Blood, Guts & the Nasty #@$&!

--Stunts

--The Vampire

--Night Shoots

--Casting

! "Blood+" Episode 1
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