Still holds up as a chillingly horrific thrill ride.
It's fun as hell... (assuming hell is indeed fun)
It's really everything that you want in a horror film.
Hey! Even terrible actor Josh Hartnett can't fuck it up! And that is saying something!!
And now, having visited the Arctic town of Barrow (I've spent two weeks up here, and am writing this review from inside a small Barrow hotel. No vampires to be seen, it's 24/7 light currently), it's really cool to have a different perspective on this film.
Love that this movie is still as awesome as when I saw it 10 years ago. Damn! Time fucking flies, y'all!
(I also watched the special features on the DVD which contain a great "Behind-the-Scenes" Featurette with tons of great footage from pre-production to casting to stunts, set creation and filming. Some cool content there.)