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...
Jay Dee continues his rant about the Brewster-mobile stopping without a seemi...
Jay Dee has just hit the Brewster's vehicle. Inside reference: Jay Dee stands...
Charley finally realizes how he has treated his former friends.
Peter and Ginger have a nice back and forth verbal sparring session usually r...
Charley requests that Jane doesn't answer the door.
Amy notices something is up, but just as quickly loses interest.
Jerry makes a good point about women and how they need to be managed.
Amy and Charley have a back and forth in regards to "Charley's worried tell" ...
Ed taunts Mark to hit him.
Never one to miss an opportunity, Ed makes a snappy comeback to Mark after Ma...
Ed has had enough with his former best friend. Adam is gone and Charley doesn...
Ed threatens to out Charley as a perverted nerd in front of his high school f...
Charley doesn't have a doubt as to how he scored Amy in his response to Mark.
Jane provides an excuse to nose in on her soon-to-be neighbors who have just ...
Peter narrows down the things he wouldn't do.
Peter interrupts Amy and Charley right as they're about to get freeky-deeky
Peter is perturbed with Charley for not preparing him for "the plan".
Jerry states the reason for Peter's smoking skin.
Jerry announces to Charley that no matter what, vampires always have the uppe...
Jerry, more or less, admits to taking Amy's scent.
Jerry corners Charley and Peter in the basement.
Peter wounds Amy so he can take the fight back to Jerry.
Peter curses as his stake gun misfires.
Jerry taunts and mocks Peter's aim.