In Daybreakers, the Spierig brothers have come up with a pretty interesting idea: what if nearly everybody in the world was a vampire? Obviously, they'd have to preserve the human race somehow, or they'd run out of blood to drink -- nothing new there, we saw the vampires' attempt to farm humanity in Blade: Trinity, and even that was probably inspired by the farming of humans by machines in The Matrix. But what would happen as the blood supply dried up? That is something that would be interesting to see, so it's a good thing they show us, in grisly detail.
Many evil creatures of the night threaten our society. Vampires. Renegade angels. Jabberwockies. But with the right tools, and the correct blood-alcohol level, Mel Gibson can defeat them. And as long as you don't have a dog in the race, you can help him
In the latest installment of the Twilight saga, Eclipse, the characters learn of a rash of murders being committed in nearby Seattle by a gang of newborn vampires. Of course, in the world of Twilight there's a vampire police force, the Volturi, that would normally quell such a high-profile incident, but that isn't the case in every movie where vampires exist. Most of the time, it seems there is no force on Earth that can stand up to a vampire, especially when there's more than one of them. What follows are some of the deadliest vampire attacks ever recorded on film, in terms of number of humans killed/turned.