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30 Days Of Night takes $16m box office bite

Columbia/Ghost House Pictures' vampire screamer 30 Days Of Night stole the show at the weekend with an estimated $16m number one launch that provided a suitable prelude to North America's Halloween box office season.David Slade's directorial follow-up to the acclaimed Hard Candy is based on the graphic novel about an Alaskan town whose proximity to the North Pole plunges it into total darkness for ...

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