over 2 years
Just watch the original. This failed to hit all its marks. Good if it wasn't a remake.
Witty and creative. Cult classic-like but fun.
almost 6 years
Pretty much the worst thing ever.
Kinda funny in its own way, and works visually.
over 6 years
Really enjoyed this movie. Not scary but enjoyable
almost 7 years
Very intense, very fun, super cool. Colin Farrel is great, as is the lead. Spot on!
almost 7 years
A surprisingly brisk horror remake that is equal parts funny, terrifying and believable.
a ok remake
Better than the first film. very good and also quite funny
over 7 years
Can't possibly compare to the original.
almost 8 years
The original shits all over this, still worth a watch the end battle is pretty cool
A bit disappointing. Hoping for a few scares and a bit of originality, but was let down.
over 8 years
Surprisingly original vampire movie.
Fright Night is a 2011 3D comedy horror film directed by Craig Gillespie. It is a remake of the 1985 Tom Holland film of the same name. The film had its premiere at The O2 in London on August 14, 2011, and was widely released on August 19 in Real D 3D & IMAX 3D.
The film opens with a vampire (Colin Farrell) systematically stalking and killing an entire family in a suburb of Las Vegas, Nevada. The film then focuses on Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin), a teenager who discovers that a new neighbor has moved in next door to him. Charley is an average teen, who has recently been accepted as one of the 'cool' kids after a nerdy adolescence. Upon arriving at school, Charley's former friend, "Evil" Ed Lee (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), informs him that many fellow students have gone missing. Charley disregards this, but Ed blackmails him into coming to an old friend's house, the same house seen at the beginning, to check if he is alright.
When Charley goes home after school, his mother (Toni...