I really liked this movie too. The vampires themselves I think were the best part. Just damn creepy.
Did anyone read Ebert's review? It was inaccurate. For example, he had no idea how the vampires got to the town, so he surmised that they must have trekked miles and miles in just their street clothes. He also said that the old coot trying to escape was missing from the film. Huh?! I generally agree with his writings, but I don't think he was paying attention to this movie.
I was really wanting to see this movie until: 1. Heard people say it's pretty boring. 2. Read online that Mark Schultz came out and trashed the movie saying a lot of it is inaccurate, made-up and never happened. 3.