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The MFF Podcast #134: Fright Night (1985 vs 2011), part 2

June 29, 2018

MFF

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SUMMARY: Last week we discussed Tom Holland’s Fright Night (1985) and the documentary of the making of the film (You’re So Cool, Brewster). This week we explore the merits of the Fright Night (2011) remake, CGI versus iconography, and its dynamite cast. We’ll address why was there no Billy Cole or wolf form, modernized characters and David Tennant’s new spin on Peter Vincent, vampire turning farms, and what would happen if Green Room (2015) and From Dusk til Dawn (1996) crossed paths as we answer some inspired Listener Questions.

Check out Episode 133: Fright Night (1985 vs 2011), part 1.

For more horror podcast discussions, check out…

Episode 129: The Babysitter
Episode 128: A Cure for Wellness
Episode 126: The Shape of Water, del Toro’s gill-man love story
Episode 123: The Ritual, Swedish hiking and the Norse Jötunn
Episode 117: Event Horizon, Hellraiser in space, and wrestling Graboids
Episode 116: Happy Death Day
Episode 115: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Episode 114: Office Horror, Mayhem & The Belko Experiment
Episode 113: Elise, her Demons and the Insidious Franchise
Episode 108: The Best Horror Films of 2017
Episode 78: Carpenter vs Zombie Halloween Rematch (1981 vs 2009)
Episode 76: The Blair Witch Pod (1999 vs 2016)

 

Download the pod on iTunes, PodBean, Stitcher or
LISTEN TO THE POD ON BLOG TALK RADIO.
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