Sunday, October 21, 2007

30 DAYS OF NIGHT Movie Review

30 DAYS OF NIGHT (2007)

The town of Barrow, Alaska, is the most northern city of the United States. And for thirty days out of the years, the sun does not rise. On the day of the last sunset for the next month, Sheriff Eben (Josh Hartnett) finds a series of bizarre vandalisms that he can’t quite place why they would be done. It culminates with his meeting of a stranger in the town’s dinner, who is becoming increasingly hostile because they won’t serve him a bowl of raw hamburger. Eben believes that this stranger is the cause of the crimes, but has no idea that this man is merely the scout for something much, much worse.

On the outskirts of town, a clan of vampires gather, and they are planning to turn Barrow into an all-you-can-eat buffet. They quickly begin to work their way in, as they destroy the communications center, kill the power, and begin to ravage those that live on the border. Their massacre reaches crescendo as they hit the town center, and begin ripping, shredding, clawing, biting, and drinking their way through the citizens. In the chaos, Eben, along with his estranged wife Stella, his brother, and a few of the lucky ones that managed to escape, hole up in the diner. For the next thirty days, they will have to maneuver from hiding spot to hiding spot, grabbing food where they can, and hoping against hope that they will survive. But as the endless nights wear on and desperation sets in, what will the few brave do to ensure the survival of the rest?

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