PG-13 | | Action, Fantasy, Horror
The animated opening was more of a compromise solution because the studios had no interest in going over budget for a live-action version of the century-long battle of humans against vampires, so the scene was done by animation which was much ... ...
You would have made a good priest.
Priest: Don't let it go to your head!
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)
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