30 Days of Night: Dark Days is the follow up to the surprisingly good vampire flick 30 Days of Night.
Did I say follow up? I meant retarded step-niece.
No offense to retards or step-nieces.
The first sign of a bad movie? Different actress for the starring role.
(In this case Kiele Sanchez replaces Melissa George.)
The other important roles are Rhys Coiro (as her partner/new love interest), and Mia Kirshner (as the vampire queen).
I will admit that this movie actually started out quite promising, but the more I watched it, the less I cared how it ended.
(Spoiler Alert: It ended quite predictably, and badly.)
This should have been a better movie, but it would have required a much bigger budget.
QBF Rating: 1.5/5