Fright Night (1985)
Tamil remake of the movie
Dialog is borrowed from the film and a poster of Bela Lugosi as Dracula appears on Peter Vincent's wall
Evil Ed recycles Jack Benny's one-liner, "And to what do I owe this dubious pleasure?"
A poster of John Carradine as Dracula appears on Peter Vincent's wall
Poster for this movie is seen Peter Vincent's wall.
The character Peter Vincent mentions he has props from "Orgy of the Damned."
Peter Vincent claims he has been fired from hosting Fright Night because "all they want are demented mad men running around in ski masks hacking up young virgins." - a possible reference to Prom Night specifically
The bouncer (Nick Savage) at the club, who first confronts Jerry, plays one of the 3 motorcycle gang members killed by Jason Vorhees in Friday the 13th Part III.
Certain plot details and scenes are alluded to.
The exterior of the Davis family's new home in "Mr. Boogedy" is Jerry Dandrige's "Fright Night" mansion.
Includes a character named Evil Ed whose monstrous mouth was based on another vampire from Fright Night.
Video case and poster are shown in a video store.
mentioned in dialogue
Movie poster shown when bullies are playing cards
Includes a few references to the spin-off comic and covers are featured.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Writer/director Tom Holland repeated shots of the trenchcoat-clad Owl walking through dark alleys.
still shown, narrator discusses
Janus Blythe discusses working behind the scenes on this movie, and a small role that was cut.
Title refers to character of Evil Ed in Fright Night (1985).
A 'Fright Night' poster is displayed on Seamus' wall.
Rebecca refers to the film.
Movie playing at the theatre
Photograph is shown.
correct response in "Vampire Slayers" category
Is talked about.
Referenced in dialogue
The character name Billy Cole is taken from a character in Fright Night
Photograph is shown.
"What kind of 'Fright Night' bullshit is this?"
Photograph on a magazine cover is shown.
Stephen Geoffreys costars; numerous references to "Fright Night" throughout the film.
mentioned by Dean
Mentioned among Tom Holland's other films
Stephen Geoffreys appears and utters his 'Fright Night' catchphrase, "You're so cool, Brewster!"
The original 1985 version is mentioned during the Christopher Mintz-Plasse interview
Mike says he hasn't seen it
Adam and Joe host the film on The Movie Crypt, their show-within-the-show.
the film of this episode's topic.
Erod admits that the original wasn't very good either.
another living-dead movie from 1985
Video case is shown.
Same writer/director, takes place at a dance with vampires, someone sports a shirt with a logo and photo of Evil Ed
The movie poster is on the wall video store.
Kay Montgomery mentions this movie by name during the game Make-Up Artist
Mike isn't sure if the unreleased Fright Night Action Max game is related to the movie or not.
James mentions Roddy McDowall's role as Peter Vincent.
also featuring Roddy McDowall
There is a poster for the film outside the Varsity Theatre.
Writer/director Holland discusses the film.
mentioned by James
Both movies feature a fateful scene of two characters on the run, meeting at a night club
among other cult '80s horror movies
gets an honorable mention
Documentary on the making of the film.
The motion picture that Charley watches in his bedroom.
One of their picks.
movie is reviewed
Jacob is watching a video he rented of Fright Night to see if he has any vampiric traits.
Lupa recaps the original
"It's similar to Fright Night..."
discussed and compared to remake