Built like a drama and revolving around the study of its characters, Midnight Son follows a pale and anemic security guard named Jacob who works at night, burns in the sunlight, and can't seem to gain sustenance from anything but blood. Jacob, played by Zak Kilberg, fits most of the characteristics horror fans expect from vampirisim, though the film plays with his fears in a few of its more humorous moments. At one point, Jacob checks out the horror section at a local video store and tries to learn some tricks from the reels of Fright Night. Unlike many horror films that exist on the fringe of their subgenres, writer/director Scott Leberecht is not afraid to show his characters are familiar with the concept of what ails them.
Basically, according to that last paragraph, it's the opposite of Twilight. I can live with that.