Fright Night: Part 2 (1988)
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Fright Night: Part 2 (1988) Rating:
- Drew = 7 / 10;
- Dylan = 7.5 / 10;
- IMDB = 5.9/10.
Fright Night: Part 2 (1988) Synopsis:
Charlie Brewster and his new girlfriend Alex are moving on and shunning the idea vampires ever existed. Peter Vincent, however, basks in the glory of having defeated the vampires on his Fright Night show. Their world gets turned upside down though when a group of vampires seeks vengeance for their past doings.
Fright Night: Part 2 (1988) Review:
With Roddy McDowall and William Ragsdale returning as the co-stars, Fright Night: Part 2 became pretty much a direct follow-up to the original. There didn’t seem to be a whole lot of difference between the styles of filmmaking with both films either, making the two movies a continuous fluid story. Traci Lind and Julie Carmen were stunning as their parts taking the stage as gorgeous female leads.
As compared to the first Fright Night, this sequel lost a bit of flavor and comedy but still managed to get a couple of chuckles. Search out this movie if you’re into 1980’s cheese, classic horror vampires or even the original film, perhaps missing out or passing on the chance to watch it for a long time like myself. There’s nothing extraordinary or groundbreaking about Part 2, but it remains a fun, under the radar sequel that happened to pan out successfully in the eyes of many fans.
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