I know we as a people need to be conscience of living green and recycling, but I don’t think Hollywood needs to hold itself to that standard. Alas, that doesn’t keep them from recycling more than a darn waste plant. Consider the case of Fright Night.
Fright Night first hit theaters in 1985, written and directed by Tom Holland. Many view it as a classic. Then, it was remade in 2011, starring Anton Yelchin and Colin Farrell. It was actually pretty good, but nobody saw it. That hasn’t stopped them from announcing a sequel, albeit one that is direct to DVD/Blu-Ray. Yuck.
Now, we know what the sequel is about, and it sounds like a complete rehash of the original story (and its remake), except that it takes place in Romania. It’s going to have characters that died in the first film, and another vampire named Jerry, »
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