Even though the release of Craig Gillespie's remake of Fright Night is still pretty far down the road, that hasn't stifled the potential sequel talk as the first rumblings have begun.
Didn't tune in to MTV at 11:00 PM (ET) to catch their "Sneak Peek Week" preview of the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic vampire flick Fright Night? Don't worry! We've got you more than covered. You can dig on the goods right here!
Vampire-Con returns to the New Beverly Cinema for the third year running for two nights of classic vampire cinema. Originally created to include ALL fans of vampires, Vampire-Con continues its tradition of showcasing the best vampire movies in the world.
Okay then. You can officially color us surprised. Apparently the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic vampire flick Fright Night has gone before the dreaded MPAA and has come back with a rating none of us saw coming.
Not a fan of the recently debuted trailer for the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic vampire flick Fright Night? Then wait until you sink your teeth into the flick's first teaser one-sheet. Oh, how we miss the hand drawn vampire behind the house. Sigh. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
As promised in our recent article Fright Night 3D: Inside the Editing Bay, the trailer for said remake has hit the Internet, and of course we have it for your here in all its glory! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Tom Holland’s Fright Night is not only a modern horror classic, it’s a movie that this writer holds near and dear to her heart. A film I’ve probably seen well over 1,000 times in my lifetime and could list by memory every cast and crew member and quote every line of dialogue until I’m blue in the face.
Two more images have been released from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night, including the first good shot of David Tennant as not your father's Peter Vincent. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Finally a little vampire action has come our way in the latest still from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night. Behold the dreaded hickey of doom! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Print media may be on its way out, but you can't declare it legally dead just yet, as evidenced by the appearance of two new stills from Craig Gillespie's upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night in this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly. This time around we get a glimpse Toni Collette along with the film's stars Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin.
To go along with the trio of stills from yesterday, we've sunk our teeth into three more new photos from the upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night! Dig on a much better look at Colin Farrell as lead vampire Jerry Dandridge, Anton Yelchin as Charlie Brewster, Imogen Poots, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as the new "Evil" Ed.
That's right, kids. Strap yourselves in and cover up those necks for the first ever images from the upcoming remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night! Will Colin Farrell have the same potent bite as Chris Sarandon as Jerry Dandridge? We'll be finding out soon enough.
The remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night has sent shivers down the spines of many horror fans old enough or smart enough to have seen the original in all of its glory. However, the makers of the remake seem to be on the right track in terms of paying homage to the source material, as evidenced by the new film's logo.
While doing press for latest film, The Way Back, Colin Farrell has also been fielding lots of questions as to his upcoming role of the vamp next door, Jerry Dandrige, in the remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night. So what's he have to say about the flick? It may just surprise you.
It’s ironic. The profession of horror journalism (or horror literature of filmmaking for that matter), at least for this writer, was initially and unsurprisingly inspired by my love of all things Halloween; yet, the subsequent October workload which has resulted often forces me to miss the simple trappings that launched my macabre interest in the first place.