Rainer finds many jews in this woodpile. Excellent.
October 2017 will mark the tenth anniversary of the premiere of the savage 30 Days of Night, David Slade’s movie adaptation of the graphic novel by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith. A casual horror fan might remember the film as a decent genre effort, but closer scrutiny reveals a much more interesting find.
The story concerns the plot of a pack of vampires to prey upon the remote community of Barrow, Alaska, which – owing to its proximity to the North Pole – literally experiences a month of uninterrupted darkness. This, of course, makes its isolated inhabitants the ideal platter of victims, with no pesky sun to cramp the bloodsuckers’ style; and the vampires send in their Renfield-like human agent, a Stranger played by the remarkable Ben Foster, to scout and prepare the town for attack by sabotaging potential means of resistance or escape. It falls to Sheriff Eben…
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