Sean Beaudoin

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Thirty Days of Night dir. David Slade — 5.9

Couldn't sleep and this came on at 3 in the morning. Didn't help me out any. A pretty meat and potatoes vampire deal with a better set up than actual script. See, in Alaska, the sun goes away for a month, so the Vamps have nothing to fear. Your usual Hungarian baddie drains endless townpeople until Josh Hartnett finally stops him. But, you know, I respect this movie in that none of the human actors every do any ridiculous thing, like leap over speeding cars or outrun bullets or any crap like that. They fight back in a realistic way, which is a nice change of pace.
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