30 Days of Night Trailer, Poster, and Website
If you weren't really sure whether this movie would be good or not, then this trailer will settle it. Directed by the same guy who brought us Hard Candy, that shocking indie film from last year, named David Slade, this comic book based vampire movie looks like it may actually be pretty damn good. I love the look and style to it, and I think Josh Hartnett can do a good job when given the right roles, like this one, and the action and vampires actually look interesting. Anyone else agree?
Watch the 30 Days of Night trailer here:
If you enjoyed the trailer or just want to find out more, visit the official website: 30daysofnight.com.
30 Days of Night was directed by David Slade and stars Josh Hartnett. The film hits theaters on October 19th. You can check out the first teaser poster below, which is actually as cool as the movie looks, too.
I loved Hard Candy and recent graphic novel adaptations have impressed me and this one looks no different. I actually really like this trailer. Good tension and the song towards the end is great too. Looking forward to the fall season even more now. Keep them coming.
Jeff Warner on Jun 9, 2007
I cannot wait for this film! The graphic novel wwas one of the best I have read in years and, from the trailer, it looks like they have captured it. If you haven't read the graphic novel by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith go and get it today!
Christopher Goudos on Jun 9, 2007
I thought Hard Candy was bold, brave and inventive and having looked at the trailer for this film I am very encouraged. I like very much the basic premise and will keep fingers crossed that with Slade's involvement it might not be as predictable as typical studio fare.
Payne by name on Jun 11, 2007
Does anyone know the name of that song towards the end of the trailer?
Eric on Jul 10, 2007
The song's Muse-Apocalypse Please, which is INSANELY appropriate
Paul on Aug 14, 2007
OMYGOSH!! I LOVE MUSE TO DEATH!!! i will see it just for that song. that whole cd has musie that is insanely appropriate for that movie. awesome.
sara on Aug 28, 2007
sara on Aug 28, 2007
This looks awesome. And Hartnett can be really great so this is something to look forward to. A question. Aren't vampires unable to enter somebody's home unless invited in? Or is that just a Buffy/Angel concept?
Chris Papadopoulos on Aug 28, 2007
The "invite only" principle is part of a few vampire stories but I guess it's not common to all. In Bram Stoker's Dracula, Dracula doesn't need an invitation from Dr. Seward to go into the sanitorium and go get Mina.... So I guess it's not an official rule that Vampires must be invited by a house's rightful owner to come in.
nicolas on Aug 29, 2007
Actually, Dracula did need an invite in. Thats why he pressured Renfield into inviting him in. But thats a side track. Looks like a halfway decent, B-rated vampire flick with a good soundtrack.
Jose on Sep 14, 2007
Anyone who thinks the vampire invitation thing started on "Buffy" doesnt need to speak or write anything about movies. All hail The Lost Boys!
Cody on Sep 29, 2007
This is a great moment for an installment of a updated theme to the vampire story. Though it has been touched on in other works. ( Potentially extreme cold being a limitation -- something that a vamp might have to over come.) But I like the build up and theme, the carry over affect of prolonged access to your prey (done excellently in "pitch black") I love this category of movies and appreciate when a new or adaptive approach is introduced. I haven't been this excited since "Blade".
Ed on Oct 18, 2007
actually they're not vampires.duh!
tiburcia batumbakal on Dec 3, 2007
that movie is awesome and really well not that scary but nasty not that scary a little bit scary from wesley
wesley on May 14, 2009
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