PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Horror
A priest disobeys church law to track down the vampires who kidnapped his niece.
Karl Urban gets to give a severe thrashing to Brad Dourif in this movie, after having been prevented from doing so by another character in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002).
What's with all the bullets? I thought priests didn't use firearms.
Priest: We don't. They're for you.
When the town of Jericho is attacked, a record playing Mozart's Requiem is playing. Specifically, it is at the movement called "Tuba Mirum". When the attack itself begins the vinyl record skips forward and the "Dies Irae" music plays. While an effective moment in the film, if a record skipped forward from the Tuba Mirum it would not land on the Dies Irae (the latter comes before the former on a disk).
£396,038 (UK) (8 May 2011)
$29,136,626 (USA) (19 June 2011)