Over the last several days Dread Central has been running our exclusive video interview series with those involved in bringing the DreamWorks remake Fright Night 3D to life. Today we've got the final entry, featuring our chat with both director Craig Gillespie and star Colin Farrell.
In Fright Night 3D Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Kick-Ass) portrays “Evil” Ed Thompson, the geeky best friend of Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) who struggles with losing his buddy to a new hot girlfriend (Imogen Poots) and has the unfortunate luck of discovering that Charlie’s new neighbor, Jerry Dandridge (Colin Farrell), is a blood-sucking vampire.
That's right, kids! Yet another TV spot for Fright Night 3D has hit this crazy thing we call the interwebs, and as always we have it waiting for you right here. Open up and say ahh ... Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that writer and producer Marti Noxon knows a thing or two about vampires. She was one of the driving creative forces behind the long-running "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" television series, and this writer couldn’t think of a better person at the writing helm than Noxon to create the story for an updated spin on the 1985 classic Fright Night.
We’ve been hearing about the project for some time, but we’re now only a few weeks away from horror fans getting the opportunity to sink their teeth into director Craig Gillespie’s Fright Night remake, which is set to be hit theaters in glorious 3D (and 2D for those of you who prefer your movies in two dimensions) on August 19th.
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What is it they say? Third time's the charm? Who are "they" anyway? What makes them the authority on all things that finally get it right after trying twice? Uppity bastards. In any event, trailer three for Fright Night is here. Dig it! Look for Fright Night in theatres Stateside on August 19th, 2011 and in the UK and Ireland on September 2nd. Synopsis
On August 19th horror fans everywhere will finally be able to see for themselves whether or not the remake of the Tom Holland classic film Fright Night will deliver on all the bloody goodness when the film finally makes its way into theaters in 3D.
Yet another clip has debuted online for the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic, Fright Night, and as always we have it for you here. Like it or not. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
It's been a long road for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of the popular Seth Grahame-Smith mash-up novel, Pride, Prejudice & Zombies. Chris Eggertsen caught up with director Craig Gillespie during Comic-Con for a quick update.
Seriously ... can any more new stuff possibly come out of this weekend? You betcha! Next on tap, a new clip from Fright Night 3D which brings up Buz's favorite subject! Read on to dig it! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Kinda hard to get away from this pesky little Fright Night remake these days, isn't it? For the curious parties among you, sink your teeth into this U.K. trailer, which features some never-before-seen footage. Dig it! Or don't!
A new TV spot entitled "Evil" recently landed online for the 3D Fright Night remake from DreamWorks, and while we were checking out the film's YouTube page, we noticed an extended clip in which Jerry and Charley have a "neighborly" chat that somehow slipped under our radar. So of course we have both of them here now for your viewing pleasure.
Okay, kids! Time for some more eye candy from the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night. This latest batch of goodies shows our heroes and villains in action! Dig it! Fright Night 3D has been rated R for "bloody horror violence and language including some sexual references." Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.