Fright Night Part 2
After three years of therapy Charley Brewster, now a college student, is convinced that Jerry Dandridge was a serial killer posing as a vampire. But when Regine, a mysterious actress and her entourage move into Peter Vincent's apartment block, the nightmare starts again - and this time it's personal!
- Stars:Roddy McDowall, William Ragsdale, Traci Lind, Julie Carmen, Jon Gries, Russell Clark, Brian Thompson, Merritt Butrick, Ernie Sabella, Matt Landers, Josh Richman, Karen Anders, Rochelle Ashana, Blair Tefkin, Alexander Folk,
- Director:Tommy Lee Wallace,
- Writer:Tom Holland (characters), Tim Metcalfe, Miguel Tejada-Flores, Tommy Lee Wallace
Charlie Brewster and Peter Vincent from the original Fright Night must face more vampires out for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fright Night Part 2 torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Was good in the end but a very slow buildup.
(ca) wrote: From a storytelling point of view I watched Street Dance curious as to what kind of narrative could possibly be made out of such an unlikely premise - ie the combining of two such dissimilar dance styles as street dance and ballet. The story that emerges here (out of the protagonists initial reluctance to co-operate with each other) I found to be original, had plenty of interesting dialogue and built up to a very satisfying and exhilarating finish. Several of the film's characters are portrayed in sufficient depth that I could feel significant empathy for them and their aspirations. The numerous conflicts, which arise at intervals right up to the film's closing minutes, (together with the manner of their resolution) kept my interest at a high level. All the actors and actresses give believable performances for their respective roles. It was also good to see a number of faces I hadn't seen before. The cinematography I thought was excellent. I also noticed effective use being made of quite shallow depth of field - in which the subject is in sharp focus while nearer or more distant objects weren't. Finally I think this film has some of the most natural (and therefore most satisfying) 3D effect I have seen - which is apparent as much in the ordinary interior and exterior scenes as in dancing parts. All in all I think this is a very enjoyable film that might very well give you a whole new perspective on what the basic concept of dance ought to be.
(mx) wrote: The best thing Mischa Barton's done to date.
(us) wrote: Fun laughs from Sellers.
(ag) wrote: It's not that great of a sequel and does not have as much of a plot but is still has its moments. It's still fun to see the Griswold's (or in this movie "Griswald").
(ca) wrote: February 28th 2011, August 16th 2011February 26th 2013March 19th 2014April 28th 2016