In the far Northern Hemisphere, the small town of Barrow, Alaska, experiences a solid month of darkness every year. Though most of the residents head south for the winter, some townspeople remain behind. However, those that stay regret their decision when, one year, hungry vampires descend on Barrow to feed. Sheriff Eben (Josh Hartnett), his wife (Melissa George) and a dwindling band of survivors must try to last until dawn breaks over Barrow's monthlong twilight.
30 Days of Night
Dennis Harvey After recent pics Into the Wild and The Last Winter, Alaska is once again the go-to place for premature death in 30 Days of Night. Horror opus derived from a graphic-novel series charts the mayhem that ensues when vampires invade an isolated far-North habitat during its annual month of sunlessness. Mainstream bow by David Slade, director of attention-getting indie Hard Candy, excels at bloodthirsty action, though dialogue and human-interest aspects are a tad anemic. Result is a mixed bag but has a catchy premise and quite enough splatter to satisfy gorehounds, which should make this a solid Halloween-season earner.
Opening titles intro Barrow as the northernmost U.S....
30 Days of Night
Among the grazing herd of young, virtually transparent Hollywood heartthrobs, Josh Hartnett could probably be voted Least Likely to Have a Reflection in a Mirror. So it's apt that he's in a vampire movie, even one as silly as 30 Days of Night.
In it, Hartnett plays the last line of defense between bloodsucking ghouls and the various misfits of Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost North American settlement and a place where the sun doesn't rise for a solid month in winter. This makes it an ideal feeding ground for the undead.
Less ideal is the movie itself, especially for those who would like to see the horror genre become something other than a runaway meat wagon...
Above Average Gorefest
British director David Slade's low-budget 'Hard Candy' was a favourite film of mine last year, and I was very keen to see how he'd handle this, his first big-budget, commercial project. And he's followed up nicely, delivering a slick, well-made monster movie that's clearly a notch above most of the slasher rubbish that's polluted the multiplexes this year. The action sequences are polished and fun. But just as importantly, there are decent performances from a strong cast. Josh Hartnett, who can often be flat and inexpressive, raises his game. And Melissa George, having featured in some serious turkeys lately, proves she's an engaging actress when given...
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