Special features include the following featurettes: Pre-Production (eight minutes), Building Barrow (four minutes), The Look (six minutes), Blood, Guts And Nasty #@$&! (six minutes), Stunts (six minutes), The Vampire (five minutes), Night Shoots (five minutes), and Casting (nine minutes); an episode of the anime T.V. series Blood+ (21 minutes); a commentary track by cast and crew; and previews. The Blu-ray Disc also includes a 30 Images Of Night storyboarded slide show.
Located far north of the Arctic Circle, Barrow, Alaska experiences 30 Days Of Night, a natural phenomenon that occurs each winter. From the darkness, across the frozen tundra, an evil will come to Barrow that will bring the town
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD has a cold, desaturated look that matches the storytelling nicely. Resolution is well rendered, with fine textures nicely detailed. Even with the desaturated colors, fleshtones look fairly natural. Black levels aren
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