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Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred -- Fred Figglehorn (Lucas Cruikshank), is back in an all-new movie adventure, and his life has gone from kooky to spooky. Fred's beloved music teacher, Mrs. Felson, has mysteriously disappeared, and Fred is convinced that her replacement, Mr. Devlin, has a secret life - as a vampire!
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Fred's life becomes like a horror movie: his favorite music teacher is missing and all suspicions point to her replacement... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Directed by
John Fortenberry 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David A. Goodman 

Produced by
Gary Binkow .... producer
Sharla S. Bridgett .... producer (as Sharla Sumpter)
Meghann Collins .... co-producer
Michael Green .... executive producer
Carter Hansen .... co-producer
Pavlina Hatoupis .... line producer
Brian Robbins .... producer
Evan Weiss .... producer
Original Music by
Roddy Bottum (music composer)
Cinematography by
Mathew Rudenberg 
Casting by
Sheryl Levine 
Production Design by
Michael Fitzgerald 
Art Direction by
Rodrigo Cabral 
Set Decoration by
Laurel Frank 
Costume Design by
Rosalida Medina 
Makeup Department
Brittania Denison .... assistant makeup artist (as Brittania Perri)
Stephanie Lierman .... key hair stylist (as Stephanie Cruikshank)
Lorraine Martin .... makeup department head
Miko Nishida .... department head hairstylist
Production Management
Samantha Housman .... post-production supervisor
J.B. Popplewell .... assistant production manager
J.B. Popplewell .... assistant unit production manager
Louise Runge .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Mendoza .... first assistant director
Felisha N. Grice Pedersen .... additional second assistant director (as Felisha N. Grice)
Blake Perkinson .... second assistant director
Michelle Schrauwers .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Joshua Bramer .... leadman
Joshua Bramer .... set dresser
Marcos Carvalho .... painter
Lane Cheek .... on set props
Jenna Craig .... on set dresser
Steve Garcia .... construction coordinator
Shawn McKinney .... swing
Shawn Mckinny .... swing art
Anthony Thomas .... carpenter
Sam Widaman .... property master
Sound Department
David Barber .... sound re-recording mixer
David Barber .... supervising sound editor
David Bernard .... sound utility
Josh Chavez .... boom operator
Sean Gray .... sound effects editor
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Matthew Sanchez .... sound mixer
Ken Skoglund .... sound effects editor
Visual Effects by
Daniel Barone .... digital compositor
Daniel Barone .... visual effects producer
Ari Levinson .... visual effects supervisor
Paul Moore .... visual effects artist
Damaine Radcliff .... visual effects artist
Charles Roxburgh .... visual effects artist
David Shorey .... visual effects artist
Dan Brown .... stunt double: Lucas Cruikshank
Charles Crisham .... utility stunts
Timothy Eulich .... stunt double
Mark Ginther .... utility stunts
Garrett Hammond .... stunt double: Lucas Cruikshank
Ryan Happy .... stunt double
Ryan Happy .... stunt rigger
Oliver Keller .... stunt double
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunt coordinator (as Kim Koscki)
Cliff McLaughlin .... utility stunts
Jerry Sandager .... utility stunts
Jim Stephan .... utility stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Dominic Bendijo .... still photographer
Jesse Cecchini .... electrician
William Hall .... grip
Matt Kelly .... second assistant camera
Rex Kenney .... key grip
Kim Lapplander .... second assistant camera
David J. McGraw .... 3d digital video engineer
David J. McGraw .... stereographer
Deb Peterson .... second assistant camera
Scott Resnick .... digital imaging technician
John C. Reyes .... first assistant camera
Felipe Solares .... gaffer
Von Thomas .... digital imaging technician: red camera
Conner Vandeer .... camera operator
Jaxon Woods .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Carol Grant .... extras casting
Jillian Holgerson .... casting assistant
Sarah Grace Johnson .... casting assistant
Mark Sussman .... adr voice casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Persephone Lauer .... set costumer
Lynze Radzyminski .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Brandon Balin .... assistant editor
Ned Bastille .... editor
Matt Blackshear .... digital intermediate editor (as Matthew Blackshear)
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate supervisor
Aaron Kroger .... outpost engineer
Kevin London .... finishing editor
Andrey Ragozin .... assistant editor
Music Department
Louie Schultz .... music editor
Madonna Wade-Reed .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Anastasia Levine .... transportation captain
Lauren Levine .... transportation coordinator
Raymond Martin .... driver
Other crew
Andrew Alexander .... production assistant
Mark Alkofer .... studio teacher
Cameron Arguelles .... quality control
Tomica Baquet .... animal trainer
Kimberley Christie .... production assistant
Erin Connarn .... script supervisor
Sara Correa .... production assistant
Jesse Daley .... body double
Jesse Daley .... double
Fred Farris .... assistant to producer: Gary Binkow
Corbin Larson .... key locations assistant
David McNayr .... key set production assistant
Tara Jean O'Brien .... location manager
Laurence Stajic .... production secretary

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Night of the Living Fred" - USA (alternative title)
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UK:84 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Fred 2: Return of the Living Nightmare character, 23 August 2013
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

The first movie was unwatchable and one of the worst movies ever made. Fred 2 is a smidgen better, but that is saying very little as it is still horrible in every department. Of the acting, the best performance comes from Siobhan Fallon who has some comic timing that are wasted by how badly written the movie is. John Cena is also amusing and watchable at least. The rest however either can't do anything with their roles or are a real annoyance. Lucas Cruishank is the absolute worst, he can't act out of a paper bag and if there is a voice more painfully ear-splitting it's personally yet to be heard.

The characters are some of the most obnoxious and stupid ever, while the writing is lazy, has no heart or charm and is not funny at all. The WWE skit was just embarrassing. The story is very thin and predictable, nowhere near enough to sustain nearly an hour and a half. Not to mention so idiotic that it insults the intelligence, as well as losing any kind of energy in the second half. There are parody-like scenes here and there but they suffer from being too obvious and being very poorly written that they are in no way funny or scary. Fred 2 looks cheap too, it never rises above hurriedly made made for TV quality and the settings are gaudy and lifeless.

All in all, at least it's not as bad as the first but it is still horrible. 1/10 Bethany Cox

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