A Spike Lee Joint. I always smile when those words grace a film's opening. It's not a credit we can always expect as Lee occasionally chooses the more drab, "a Spike Lee film," when embarking on potential money makers. Some for better, such as Inside Man, and some for worse, such as his regrettable remake of Chan-Wook Park's Oldboy.
Amidst the current trend of film studios trying to capitalize on the resurgence in vampire popularity, Daybreakers arrives with a glimpse of a future where vampires have become the dominant species while the remaining humans are tracked down and harvested for their blood.