Fright Night (2011)
A remake of the comedy-horror picture about a teenager who discovers his neighbors are vampires.
Genre: Comedy,Horror
Director: Craig Gillespie
Release Date: August 19, 2011
Producers: Michael De Luca, Michael J. Gaeta, Alison R. Rosenzweig
Actors: Colin Farrell,Christopher Mintz-Plasse,Anton Yelchin,David Tennant,Toni Collette,Asim Ahmad,Imogen Poots
             
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