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30 Days of Night

Rated R for strong horror violence and language.

R In Theaters 10/19/2007 , 113min.
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Viewer Score
71%
Viewer score based on 14 ratings
53%
Critic score based on 29 reviews

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October 20, 2008
LVTATS
i saw dis movie and it was boring and gay
June 17, 2008
Bev Da Bronxbabe
GREAT flick! The special effects were superior and the action was non-stop. One of the better quality I have seen in years. Bev Da Bronxbabe
May 22, 2008
moviecalifan
30 Days of Night was a good movie... This movie wasn't a crappy vampire movie you have seen before, The movie's action and everything else was well made. It was finally good to see Josh Harnett redeem himself after being in the Black Dahlia and that movie was considered to be one of the worst movies He has made. Josh Harnett made a good comeback... Good Job... The ending was originally
May 22, 2008
bcleggsrus
This movie was very good and so scary dont believe what the people say about it being dumb this movie was scary, genuine, and over all, original
May 22, 2008
johnware11
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Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

USA Today
It loses some of its bite by film's end, but 30 Days of Night manages to do for the vampire genre what "28 Days Later" did for the zombie flick: give age-old monsters a modern-day makeover. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
Variety
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. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Directed by David Slade ("Hard Candy"), the action scenes are artful and terrifying; these killers move so quickly and decisively, there seems to be no hope for humanity. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Works on its own terms, which is more than can be said of most horror films these days. If this is the kind of movie you're looking for, it delivers. Full Review
John Anderson
Los Angeles Times
The movie thus moves from truly creepy to truly inane, which is, unfortunately, all too common in films of this ilk. Full Review

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