30 Days Of Night: Behind The Scenes

New clip from the set now online

30 Days Of Night: Behind The Scenes

by Willow Green |
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If you were a blood-sucking vampire, where would be the best place to spend those tricky months of winter sun?

The answer? Alaska. Or, to be more precise, the small town of Barrow, Alaska, where, according to Steve Niles - author of horror comic mini-series 30 Days Of Night - the sun disappears for a entire month...the perfect holiday camp for those neck-nuzzling nasties of darkness.

The film adaptation of Niles' original graphic series has been shooting in New Zealand and Alaska. It stars Josh Harnett and Melissa George as the married local law enforcement team, whilst Danny Huston will appear as the leader of the invading Vampire clan. With Sam Raimi's Ghost House Productions firmly behind the project and David 'Hard Candy' Slade directing, our hopes are high for this one - especially since our set visit a few weeks ago, of which more in future issues of Empire.

Click here to see the crew preparing for a mammoth run of night shoots.

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