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30 Days of Night
Dark Days
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Credits
Title: 30 Days of Night
Dark Days
Directed by: Ben Ketai
Written by: Steve Niles; Ben Ketai
Produced by: Ted Adams; Rui Costa Reis; Greg Malcolm; Vicki Sotheran; Rob Tapert; J.R. Young
Music by: Andres Boulton
Cinematography: Eric Maddison
Edited by: Darrin Navarro
Production
Distributed by: Stage 6 Films
Ghost House Pictures
Dark Horse Entertainment
Released: October 5th, 2010
Rating: R
Running time: 92 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
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30 Days of Night: Dark Days is an American horror film of the vampire subgenre. It was directed by Ben Ketai and written by Ketai and comic creator Steve Niles. The film was produced by Stage 6 Films, Ghost House Pictures and Dark Horse Entertainment and released direct-to-video on October 5th, 2010. It is based on the Dark Days comic book series by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith and is a sequel to the 2007 film 30 Days of Night.

The film continues the story of Stella Oleson from the first film, now played by Kiele Sanchez. It has been a year since the harrowing events that took place in the town of Barrow, Alaska, when a horde of savage vampires descended upon the small community, slaughtering everyone in sight. The intervening months have not been kind to Stella and she is consumed by thoughts of bitterness and hate. Emboldening herself, she attempts to convince the world of the existence of vampires, but nobody seems to listen to her, even after she stages a public execution in an auditorium in Los Angeles. Her actions attract the attention of both the wrong and the right people however, and she finds herself guided by a mysterious figure named Dane, who steers her in the direction of the Vampire queen, Lilith - the elder who ordered Marlow Roderick and his brood to Barrow a year ago.

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  • Despite being called 30 Days of Night, the title motif really only applies to the first film.
  • Monique Ganderton, who plays Betty in this film, also performed stunt work in the movie as well.

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