30 Days of Night: Dark Days


Action / Horror / Thriller

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IMDb Rating4.31013370


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Diora Baird as Amber
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Rhys Coiro as Paul
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Mia Kirshner as Lilith
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595.10 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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1.42 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 2 / 5

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Reviewed by Scarecrow-885 / 10

30 Days of Night:Dark Days

Kiele Sanchez assumes Melissa George's role in this sequel where we find Stella Oleson moving on from Alaska to Los Angeles as the vampires return to rip apart more humans at night in the dark. Stella tries to warn people, and, of course, is considered crazy, until one particular meeting when sunlights she has rigged reveal vampires among a crowded auditorium of citizens, burning alive right before their very eyes, resulting in a frightened stampede. Stella, however, gains allies who have lost loved ones to the vampires and the four of them decide to go a hunting. There is a "queen" of the vampires named Lilith(Mia Kirshner, born to play a head vampiress) who has built a nest in tunnels underneath LA. A vampire named Dane(Ben Cotton),who has somehow retained his humanity, will help them find and hopefully destroy Lilith so that her network of bloodsuckers will fall apart ending their threat to the human race. Stella is obviously reluctant to follow the orchestrated plan of a vampire, and she has little faith in such a small group walking into the lair of Lilith to destroy her. But, with no home to go back to, without anyone believing her story about the deaths of those in Barrow, Alaska, Stella will join forces with these three and the four of them will head into the tunnels after Lilith, prepared with enough weaponry for a war. When this backfires and one among their group is killed, the remaining three will have to reorganize, finding out through the information of a vampire they torture that Lilith plans another night siege on Barrow. The eventual plan becomes simple, find the ship which will carry a whole gaggle of vampires, and destroy it before Lilith can leave.

Harold Perrineau(OZ)has a small part as one of the trio who wishes for Stella to join his group. Rhys Coiro(as Paul)and Diora Baird(as Amber)are the other two who have lost and now hunt the undead savages. Katharine Isabelle(GINGER SNAPS)has a very small part as a tragic victim of Agent Norris(Troy Ruptash),a dying human desperately wanting Lilith to turn him. Somewhat effective direct-to-DVD sequel has its moments, although the climax(a decision Stella makes in regards to dead husband Eben)is preposterous, not to mention the vampires are a bit different than those in the previous film. Kirshner, with those black eyes and mouth full of sharp teeth, is quite stunning as the vamp leader, although her final showdown with Stella is a bit disappointing. The ultra-violence does the trick, you get neck ripping, bloodletting, bodies torn asunder by machine guns, vampires disintegrating by sunlight in gruesome fashion, beheadings, and a face is bashed in with a cinder block. Pretty steamy sex scene between Sanchez and Coiro, although its executed without nudity. My main beef is that the whole point of "30 Days of Night" is the Alaskan setting and the idea of having no escape through sunlight to help you. I would've seriously dug this film a lot more if the filmmakers had decided to follow the heroes into the tunnels a little longer..alas, this is not the case. And, for some reason, the vampires just aren't as scary or ferocious as in the original movie.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters4 / 10



I don't know where to start. It wasn't that great. The ending of the movie epitomized the deplorable script writing. Stella is attempting to tell the world about vampires while the government is trying to cover it up. The local FBI man is in cahoots with the vampires as he desires to be one. A group of vampire hunters meets Stella in her room and asks her to join them (along with a turncoat vampire) to go into the underground tunnels of L.A. and hunt down and kill Lilith, the vampire queen. Lilith speaks a strange tongue with subscripts, until the very end when she can suddenly speak English. The acting wasn't all that great. This is another movie which uses the high tech "special effect" of jerking the camera around to make us feel the terror of the scene (yawn!) because the script can't do it.

Lilith, in ancient folklore, fed off the blood on infants. They seemed to have messed that up too. If you watched the first one, go ahead and get disappointed on this one.

Reviewed by foxdath5 / 10

Not as bad as I feared, not as good as the prequel

Dark Days starts from taking viewers straight back to the ending of it's prequel. It's a refreshing beginning which immediately is followed by the future tense: Stella is now educating people of vampire existence. She's not taken seriously by anyone before she kills couple of vampires in a half-full lecture hall.

FBI agent - who apparently has a bad bloody flue - advised her to keep her head down and reminds that nobody is going to believe her point of view of prequel's massacre.

It's easy enough to throw 3 musketeers to accompany Stella. There is no explanation how their mentor, humanistic vampire Dane, has acknowledged Stella. Maybe via vampire date app? Amber, the team's alcoholic, isn't pleased with Stella's lack of knowledge vampire-wise and wants to drop her out of team. That's all that we got from her character.

Anyways, Stella and the team is hunting a big bunch of vampires in L.A. (of all the places). She gets personal reason after she get the idea that the vampires might be planning to attack Barrow again.

Most of the fun of the movie is the easiness of Stella's character. She is mainly logical, thriven by solely the fact that people should know that vampires even exist. Killing them isn't her main ambition, but she isn't afraid to use the change. Paul's character isn't lacking charisma, but he's lack of dreamy memories of her daughter shine with their non- existence.

Amber and Todd are mainly there for now good reason and Dane's doings for the group are pretty nowhere to be seen. Even the main villain, Lilith, is lacking serious hotness or even serious scariness.

Dark Days is somewhat tied to the prequels plot and gives you the not so obvious ending which is always a pleasant thing. It also lacks of the dynamics of the prequel what makes it hard to give it more than 5 out of 10 stars.

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