Rated R · 106 minutes · 1985

The host (Roddy McDowall) of a late-night TV horror show believes a teen's (William Ragsdale) next-door neighbor (Chris Sarandon) is a vampire.
Director: Tom Holland
Producer: Jerry A. Baerwitz and Herb Jaffe
Cast: Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Roddy McDowall, Amanda Bearse, Stephen Geoffreys and Jonathan Stark


Fright Night


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Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Fright Night Dreamworks and director Craig Gillespie gives this '80s horror gem a smart and slick makeover. by Edward Adams 08/18/2011
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Aug. 19 A remake of a frightful night; a Cimmerian barbarian; the future of Anne Hathaway; and a beauty contestant who forces fried chicken and herself on a Mormon missionary; and a slew of special screenings. It's all at the movies. 08/19/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Raising the dead: Fright Night These kids with their mopey emo hipster vampires ... what the hell is that all about? by MaryAnn Johanson 08/18/2011
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NUVO Ed reviews 'Fright Night' Craig Gillespie's new version of the 1985 horror flick stars Colin Farrell and makes for a fun, though occasionally frustrating, viewing experience. by Ed Johnson-Ott 08/19/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week One Day, Conan the Barbarian, Fright Night and other film events around town. 08/18/2011
Portland Mercury Vampire Slaying 101 So that Fright Night remake? Not terrible! by Ted Douglass 08/18/2011
The Coast Halifax Fright Night a bloody delight The superior horror remake? How weird is that? by Matt Semansky 08/18/2011
Indy Week Colin Farrell enlivens Fright Night The movie's almost as ridiculously entertaining as Colin Farrell's performance, which has him hissing at beams of sunlight in mid-sentence and casually telling prospective victims "Catch ya later!" as they run away. by Craig D. Lindsey 08/17/2011

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