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Darren says

Well shot, and terrifying in its aspects, the film delivers a solid adrenaline rush in a desolate situation

Ciaran says

The movie does the book justice. An underrated adaptation.

Writer Steve Niles and artist Ben Templesmith crafted this tale of a month-long vampire siege in a dayless Alaska outpost for IDW Comics (2002), trailed on later sequels by vets like Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Bill Sienkiewicz. Its development followed a modern pattern of rejected comic pitch-become film pitch-become print comic-become film (similarly: Cowboys and Aliens, Oblivion). Sparked by interest from Sam Raimi, a studio bidding war gave the greenlight to the endless night.