30 Days Of Night: Dark Days
30 Days Of Night: Dark Days (2010)

Nearly a year after the vampire siege of Barstow, Alaska, lone survivor Stella (Kiele Sanchez) discovers that she isn't alone when she's recruited to eradicate the vampire menace once and for all. Her waking hours filled mourning… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
DVD Release Date: October 5, 2010
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Critic Score: 17% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...the film is, in the final analysis, simply unable to live up to the better-than-average standard set by its superior predecessor.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

Prominent with a lagging pace, a dull atmosphere, lack of real scares, and a plot filled with holes and lapses in logic...

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R. L. Shaffer

Dark Days is hardly mediocre, but barely interesting; lacking a solid hook like the first film.

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Brian Orndorf

An engaging diversion, making the most out of its limited resources, boosted by a capable cast and some nifty make-up effects. In fact, it's a more satisfying bloodsucker yarn than the 2007 original.

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Scott Weinberg

A clever vampire concept devolves into another chintzy 'Blade' knock-off.

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Fred Topel
Screen Junkies

There is no fun in this movie and it's definitely not cool enough to be serious. The characters are all so morose. Oh, my family was killed by vampires, boo hoo.

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Flixster Audience Score: 14% Flixster User Reviews
JY Skacto
<i>30 Days of Night: Dark Days</i>, from Ben Ketai, should remain in the dark because there isn't much going on here.<p>Although a direct… More
Dean King
Not bad for a straight to DVD release but no where near as good as the first. It's on a much lower budget and it shows. It does follow on from the first,… More
MisterYoda ?
two stars
Steve K
Not as mind numbingly bad as you'd fear, but it suffers the same major issue that the source material did: once you remove the ongoings from Barrow, they… More
Emily Armstrong
Maan, this movie did not need to be as bad as it ended up being. It seemed to remove all the narrative strengths of the first movie, and focussed instead on the… More
A.D. Villarreal
Certainly gorier than the first but there's nothing else to offer in this plodding, wholly predictible DTV sequel.