"30 DAYS OF NIGHT: BLOOD TRAILS" is based on the New Orleans storyline from the original graphic novel by Steve Niles "30 DAYS OF NIGHT." BLOOD TRAILS follows George, a young addict who ...
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"30 DAYS OF NIGHT: BLOOD TRAILS" is based on the New Orleans storyline from the original graphic novel by Steve Niles "30 DAYS OF NIGHT." BLOOD TRAILS follows George, a young addict who makes a living seeking covert information for Judith, the weary but wise New Orleans vampire hunter. Ready for change, George plans to score one final job so he can leave town, but finds the road to salvation quickly crumbling when his contacts start turning up dead. Now George must dodge vampires while navigating the harsh underbelly of New Orleans to get his last payday and make it out alive. Written by
It is a decent effort. It has checked the boxes it needs (nudity and blood), but of course has also flaws. Quite a few, especially if you think of the format. Every few minutes it stops, just to start again. Even on the DVD they didn't care to put them together and still had the "next episode" tag end.
The actors do their best, in the short time span they have. It is connected to the movies (especially the first one), with a "killer" ending as some would call it. And though it does fill in some blanks, the question is, if you really wanted and needed to know all those things. On the plus side it does feel like a comic book adaptation though. I might watch the follow-up Dust to Dust later on ...
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