2009, the Spierig Brothers
Unfortunately, this isn't a feature length picture of Troy and Abed enjoying Michael Haggins' smooth-jazz classic(#sixseasonsandamovie)
Instead, Daybreakers is a cleverly conceived yet poorly executed future sc i-fi vampire action/drama. Set in 2019 (10 years in the future, three years ago), vampires are the dominant species after a viral outbreak. With humanity on the verge of extinction, so too is the vampire's "food" supply. Ethan Hawke plays a scientist looking for a synthetic blood substitute, only to get entangled with the human resistance and learn that there is, in fact, a procedure for curing people of their vampirism. Of course, it's not as simple as it sounds as Hawke must contend against the might of the corporation that controls the blood supplies and his own brother, who's charged with corralling any remaining humans.
I seem to recall discussion that writer David Goyer had originally planned a similar plot for the third Blade movie, a world in which the vampires won, human were cattle, and Blade was to lead the resistance. Somehow, between Blade 2 and getting the directorial gig for Blade Trinity the concept changed completely and became a Blade and the Scooby Gang vs. Dracula instead. I was hoping Daybreakers would capitalize upon Blade's loss and that this great idea would finally be executed on screen. Alas. Exceptionally skippable.