Fright Night is a film that doesn’t waste any time. Right at the opening we get a great scene to set the tone of the film, and then the rest of the movie just sort of follows through. Every bit of clichéd build up is taken care of in the first act of the film so that the second and third acts can just get down to business and do its thing. And it has a lot of fun doing its thing.
I, sadly, have not seen the original film, though it is a film I am aware of. I’ve been meaning to see… Continue