Daybreakers is directed and written by Michael and Peter Spierig, and it stars Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe, Claudia Karvan, and Sam Neill in a science fiction horror film about a futuristic world filled with vampires, and with the humans almost going extinct, the scientists are trying to find a blood substitution so that the humans won't go extinct, and the vampires would be able to live their lives. When I saw this in Family Video, I immediately remember a memory of mine that this was actually one of my best friend's favorites, and I haven't seen this movie in years. So with this, I can say that this is one of the best vampire films that I've seen, even though it's not saying much with the experience that I have with vampire films, which is not that much. The acting is great, with Ethan Hawke doing well as a main lead, Willem Dafoe having a lot of fun with what he has got, and Sam Neill is surprisingly intimidating as Ethan Hawke's boss. I actually find the premise about the whole world being infected by vampires is a really interesting concept that I never have seen before in vampire films, and it takes every single advantage of the premise. Some of the scares are really effective, and I did find the plot very interesting thanks to the well-developed characters. The action is very well done, and I did like that there's no romance in this, even though it was really close to become one. The gore, practical, and make-up effects look amazing that I didn't felt that there was a fake effect, that it except the computer animated parts which look unbelievably fake, but there's not much of it. Daybreakers is a really great movie that I really need to see more vampire films.