David Aldrin Slade (born 26 September 1968) is a British film director. His works include the films Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Slade is also a director for television, directing episodes for Breaking Bad and Awake. Before he was a film director, Slade was a director of commercials and music videos.
Life and career
His first feature film, Hard Candy, was released in 2005 by Lions Gate Entertainment, who purchased the independent movie at the Sundance Film Festival. He went on to direct the vampire movie 30 Days of Night in 2007. Slade directed The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third film in the Twilight film series.
Future projects Slade is lined up to direct include directing a reboot to the Marvel Comics character Daredevil, and an adaptation of Ed Brubaker’s Coward, a storyline in Brubaker’s Criminal comic series.
In a twitter post, Slade listed his favourite films as Performance, Wings of Desire, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A… read more
Not bad at all. Refreshing and scary for a vampire movie. Pretty entertaining and original in its league. Vampires look weird, conception is "realistic". New Hollywood and other contemporary popular movies fail to entertain or surprise or anything me. Ant that is supposedly their purpose. So I appreciate any sort of originality in that area. "Drag me to hell" and "Cabin in the woods" are OK.