With Tom Holland’s latest series now available on FEARnet and VOD entitled “Twisted Tales” and his group of short stories exclusively for the Kindle, “Untold Tales”, Holland is entering into a new creative stage in his long and varied career as an actor, writer, director, and producer.
Charley Brewster and "Evil" Ed return today in Fright Night 2: New Blood (review), the Eduardo Rodriguez-directed "requel" to the 2011 remake that is now available on DVD and On Demand. To celebrate the release, we've got some postcards and Halloween Ecards for ya!
So last Friday night we sat down with Fright Night 2: New Blood to bring you guys back a verdict. Does this latest installment have bite or will it, just like the remake, gum you to death?
The Fright Night flick coming out soon is, we guess, a re-quel being that it's a remake of the remake that's being touted as a second installment. Hey, we've already had premakes so why not, right? In any event, here's your chance to score a copy!
We're still not sure why the Fright Night remake coming out October 1st is being touted as a sequel; we think it's pretty clear that it's anything but. Nice try, Fox, but you're not as clever as your name suggests!
It's Friday, and you know what that means! Yep, another crappy week is officially over so how about we celebrate with an exclusive clip? On tap right now is a glimpse at the upcoming Fright Night 2: New Blood. Check it out, tell us what you think, and look for more on this one as it comes.
A couple of weeks ago the Fright Night 2: New Blood trailer leaked onto YouTube. It was poor quality (in more ways than one) and kind of blurry. Now the high resolution version is here, and guess what? It doesn't make that much of a difference.
We are still awfully bewildered by exactly what the hell Fright Night 2: New Blood is, and these new stills do little to shed light on the affair. Check 'em out anyway along with the official home video artwork.
Last week fans were given the chance to vote for their favorite one-sheet for the upcoming Fright Night 2, and today the results have rolled in... out of the three poorly put together hack-jobs, the "True Blood" lookalike took the cake.
The sequel to the 2011 Fright Night remake is coming in hot this October, and a first look at the trailer leaked online yesterday. Unsurprisingly, Fright Night 2 looks awful. Cringe-inducing line readings, an overly familiar story and lots of recycled bits from yesterday’s Fright Nights put it firmly in oft-traveled territory.
A crafty YouTube user by the name of Frankie Smales has uploaded a sneak peek of the trailer for the upcoming Fright Night 2. If you act quickly, you can check it out right here before it inevitably gets yanked by the powers-that-be.
Alrighty, kids! Excited for the upcoming sequel to the remake of Fright Night (at least we think it's a sequel; we really cannot tell from the synopsis)? Then here is your chance to help pick out the official artwork for the flick! Read on for details.
Wondering just what the hell Fright Night 2 is? A sequel? A redux? Both? Well, sit tight, fiends, as Fox is bringing the sequel to San Diego; and you can rest assured we'll have it for you right here when the time comes.
Some casting news for the direct to video sequel(?) Fright Night 2 has come our way, and it continues to both befuddle and intrigue us as to just what the hell this project actually is. We'll find out soon as filming is now under way in Bucharest, Romania.