Fright Night

There are some very good reasons to be afraid of the dark.

Fright Night – Screening November 26th, 29th, and 30th!

Advance tickets now available for Fright Night!

A teenager discovers that the newcomer in his neighborhood is a vampire, so he turns to an actor in a television horror show for help dealing with the undead.

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films: Best Horror Film, Supporting Actor (Roddy McDowall), and Writing award winner! Best Actor (Chris Sarandon), Director, and Special Effects nominee!
Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival: Dario Argento Award, and Grand Prize award winner!
Fantasporto: Critics’ Award, and Best Film award winner!

“perfect 80s horror…It’s campy, funny, genuinely terrifying…It’s the perfect tone” (Smash Cut)

“A playful, loving homage to the golden age of horror, yet completely its own beastly fun ride of frights and thrills, Fright Night still has as much bite today as it ever has” (Starburst)

“a masterful take off on Hitchcock with an eighties twist that is absolutely excellent…a horror gem worth celebrating…a taut and entertaining horror comedy that perfectly balances out both genres…is assuredly not just an eighties horror classic, but a horror masterpiece that takes an old premise and transforms it in to something fresh and unique.” (Cinema Crazed)

“the best American example of a cinematic tale of the undead from the 1980s…a true, if underappreciated, classic of the horror and vampire genres.” (Slant)

*Please take note that doors open 30 minutes before showtimes. We encourage people to arrive early. We have a small box office, a small candy bar, and a single-screen cinema, meaning that when most of an audience shows up a few minutes before showtime, it causes a bottleneck. If possible, we appreciate you arriving a little bit early to pick out your seat and get your popcorn. Thanks for your help!

Charley Brewster, a high school student, accidentally discovers the true and creepy nature of Jerry Dandrige, his dashing and enigmatic new neighbor; but no one seems willing to believe him.
  • Budget
    $9,000,000.00
  • Revenue
    $24,922,237.00
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