Now that Fright Night 3D week is officially in full swing, we wanted to bring you some badass artwork created by fans of Tom Holland's original Fright Night. Dig on the goods below!
With all the clips and stills and more that DreamWorks is releasing this week for Craig Gillespie's Fright Night 3D, we're beginning to wonder how much new stuff will be left for us to see when the film opens! In any event, here are a new red-band clip along with another TV spot. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
Ready to wash away that horrible taste left in your mouth by that godawful Kid Cudi music video? Yeah, we are, too. Several new clips from this weekend's Fright Night should do the trick along with a look at the two Jerrys meeting face-to-face! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
Even though Kid Cudi sounds like something we'd see a doctor for, that hasn't stopped the young recording star from delivering a new music video called "No One Believes Me" for the upcoming remake of Fright Night.
This writer has a very short list of films that I could watch endlessly over and over again. As an awkward horror-loving girl who taped Freddy Krueger posters to her wall instead of the New Kids on the Block, the horror genre was always my escape.
You won't find any champagne wishes and caviar dreams in this latest clip from Fright Night. In fact, you probably won't find anyone who even gets that last reference. Christ, I'm getting old. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
With just a week to go before Craig Gillespie's Fright Night remake opens in multiplexes everywhere, DreamWorks has released another TV spot for the film, this one entitled "Lives". Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
This writer has been a huge fan of Imogen Poots ever since I saw her as Robert Carlyle's daughter in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's 28 Weeks Later. Since that breakout performance, Poots has established herself rather quickly as an emerging talent on the rise.
If you're a horror fan, chances are you're already very familiar with the masterful special make-up work by legendary effects house KNB. Created by Robert Kurtzman, Greg Nicotero and Howard Berger in 1988, KNB EFX Group has been behind some of the most jaw-dropping make-up work in our genre.
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.