Fright Night (DVD)

2011

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Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) is a high school senior who’s on top of the world—that is until Jerry (Colin Farrell) moves in next door and Charlie discovers that he is a vampire preying on the neighborhood.

Product Details

Barcode
6004416106596
Department
Movies & TV
Released
1 Mar 2012
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Horror
Region
Region 2
Year
2011
Language
English
Studio
Walt Disney Pictures
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Fright Night
Release Year
2011
Running Time
101 min
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Friendships / Vampires
US Box Office
$18.0 million
Official Website
http://www.welcometofrightnight.com
Ratings
IMDb
6.3
Rotten Tomatoes®
72% 59%
Metacritic
64
Synopsis
A suburban Las Vegas teenager realizes that his new neighbor is a charismatic vampire in this remake of the 1985 horror comedy hit. After years of climbing to reach the top of the social ladder, high school senior Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally rules the roost. Just as Charley ditches his best pal, "Evil" Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), and starts dating the most popular girl in their class, however, a handsome new face appears in the neighborhood. It belongs to Charley's new neighbor Jerry (Colin Farrell), an outwardly amiable guy with a quick smile and a sharp wit. But when Ed vanishes without a trace andCharley sees a side of Jerry that everyone else seems to miss, the nouveau popular teen becomes convinced that the nice-guy act is a cover for something truly sinister. Unable to convince his mother (Toni Collette) that Jerry is a genuine bloodsucker, Charley turns to Las Vegas magician Peter Vincent (David Tennant) to help exterminate the demon before he drinks the entire neighborhood dry.
Poster
Poster for Fright Night
Cast & Crew
Director
Craig Gillespie
Star
Toni Collette / Colin Farrell / Christopher Mintz-Plasse / Imogen Poots / David Tennant / Anton Yelchin
Co-Star
Chris Sarandon / Laura Aidan / Jerry Angelo / Marya Beauvais / Charlie Brown / Kevin Christopher Brown / William H. Burton / Liezl Carstens / Dave Courvoisier / Will Denton / Reid Ewing / Tait Fletcher / Paula Francis / Dave Franco / Bruce Holmes / Brian Huskey / Lovie Johnson / Kent Kirkpatrick / Lisa Loeb / Eb Lottimer / Michael Miller / Emily Montague / Bonnie Morgan / Rick Ortega / Grace Phipps / Jesse Pickett / Christopher Ranney / Arron Shiver / Alma Sisneros / Chelsea Tavares / Sandra Vergara / Michelle Waterson / Rebekah Wiggins
Screenwriter
Marti Noxon
Composer
Ramin Djawadi
Special Effects
Chad Baalbergen / Bart Dion / Eduardo Lozano / Danny Maldonado
Director of Photography
Javier Aguirresarobe
Story
Tom Holland
Hairstylist
Gunnar Swanson
Assistant Director
Steve Danton
Sound Re-Recording
Tony Lamberti / Michael Minkler
Stunt Coordinator
Robert F. Brown
Makeup
Frieda Valenzuela / Danlee Winegar
Post-Production Supervisor
Jake Rice
Music Director
Dana Sano
Visual Effects Designer
Hammerhead Productions / Luma Pictures / Pixel Magic / Shade VFX
Production Manager/UPM
Ray Angelic / Robert Ortiz
Animation
Digital Domain
Supervising Art Director
Randy Moore
Special Makeup Effects
Howard Berger / Gregory Nicotero
Makeup Designer
Jennifer McDaniel
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"[T]he film's greatest pleasures come from Noxon's script...and from the performances."
Keith Phipps (18 Aug 2011, )
Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his teen-targeted effort blends creepiness and comedy....What really keeps FRIGHT NIGHT's pulse throbbing is a trio of vigorous performances..."
(19 Aug 2011, )
Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "As vampire movies go, FRIGHT NIGHT is a pretty good one."
Roger Ebert (19 Aug 2011, )
Entertainment Weekly
"[I]t's Colin Farrell's predatory performance as the vamp-next-door terrorizing a ten and his single mom that is the film's pulsing, stake-able heart." -- Grade: B
Entertainment Weekly Staff (2 Sep 2011, )
Los Angeles Times
"Plenty gory, but graced by a jovial sense of humor and an enjoyable guts-centric use of 3-D..."
Michael Phillips (19 Aug 2011, )
Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]ight, slick...amusing.This is a consciously contemporary update -- and smarter for it..."
Rosie Fletcher (1 Sep 2011, )
USA Today
"FRIGHT has matured nicely over the quarter-century. While remaining sharp-tongued, the film knows its place on the teen landscape."
Scott Bowles (18 Aug 2011, )
Washington Post
3 stars out of 4 -- "It improves on the premise it has been handed, producing a modernized version of a decades-old story that's superior to its predecessor in virtually every aspect."
(19 Aug 2011, )