Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall and...Stephen Geoffreys as EVIL ED
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Lanuage, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Sexual Content
MARCH 19TH, 2006
Charley was a normal kid, living in a normal town. Having normal problems with his girlfriend Amy. Charley watches his facorite
show FRIGHT NIGHT, hosted by Peter Vincent. Local celebrity and star of hundreds of low budget vampire movies.
But things will become anything but normal for Charley when Jerry moves in next door. Jerry is a real life vampire and
Charley knows it, but no one believes him. Not even the actor Peter Vincent. But when Jerry set his fangs on Amy, he must
convince him or risk losing her and his life.
I liked this movie, I liked the characters. I liked the story, I even liked Jerry the vampire and his sidekick. All the
cahracters were well written and likable. The Evil Ed got alittle annoying at points but that's miner. All and all Fright
Night is a first rate horror flick and worth watching over and over again. I give it 9 STARS
I totally agree with Zedd on this. I love Roddel McDowell's character and his performance was terrific. These are the perferences
that deserves Osacars, but did they even consider FRIGHT NIGHT? No, that what burns my ass about the Oscars. Anyway, I give
FRIGHT NIGHT 9 STARS as well.
ON THE POSTIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ STORY (I think Charley would have prefered the Girl next door instead of the vampire next door. Bad for him, good for us.)
+ EFFECTS (Very impressive effects and I think early CGI use, but don't quote me on that.)
+ CHARACTERS (All the characters were likable, even the vampire and his minion.)
+ RODDEY MCDOWELL (He made the movie.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- EVIL ED (He kind of got annoying at points)
- NOT FOR EVERYONE (If you aren't big on Vampire related movies, then this isn't for you)