Cover of Fright Night
I have to admit that I am totally baffled why people are going gaga over the wretched vampire saga of "Twilight" and it's star Rob Pattinson. Besides being ultra-dull, laden with second-rate special effects, and consisting of at best sappy romance over action, not only does the ideal of seeing it's sequel, which arrives in November, not interest me, but I totally loathe the very idea of it.
There are so many other vampire films that are worth watching. The one I'm presenting today for the final installment of the Blog-o-Rama Spooky Fest is one of them.
Fright Night released in 1985, was directed by Tom Holland and starred William Ragsdale, Chris Sarandon, Stephen Geoffreys, and Roddy Mcdowell in the role of Peter Vincent, who hosts a horror movie show on TV called "Fright Night."
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For young Charlie Brewster, nothing could be better than an old horror movie late at night. Two men move in next door, and for Charlie with his horror movie experience, there can be no doubt that their strange behavior is explained by the fact that they are a vampire and his undead day guardian. The only one who can help him hunt them down is a washed-up actor, Peter Vincent, who hosts Charlie's favorite TV show, Fright Night. Vincent doesn't really believe that vampires exist, but does it for the money.
Now, if you happen to not like comedy horror and want something more intensely scary, then I suggest you watch Francis Ford Coppola's film, "Bram Stoker's Dracula" which stars Gary Oldman, Wynona Ryder, and Keanu Reeves.
Follow this link to watch it: