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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Chris Sarandon Jerry Dandrige William Ragsdale Charley Brewster Amanda Bearse Amy Peterson Roddy McDowall Peter Vincent Stephen Geoffreys Evil Ed Jonathan Stark Billy Cole Dorothy Fielding Judy Brewster Art Evans Detective Lennox as Art J.
Evans Stewart Stern Cook Nick Savage Bouncer 1 Ernie Holmes Bouncer 2 Heidi Sorenson Hooker Irina Irvine Although he wasn't a horror movie fan, Geoffreys loved the script , so he called his agent and emphatically declared that he'd love to audition for Charley Brewster.
The most difficult role to cast was Amy Peterson. Some were slight and others were major - such as the ending which originally featured Peter Vincent transforming into a vampire as he returned to host Fright Night.
The September 6, draft of the screenplay which is circulating online is very close to the final cut of the film, but a few more changes were still to come.
The cast and crew were given the luxury of having two weeks of rehearsal time in late November prior to filming.
Holland blocked out the scenes on a soundstage and the cast performed the entire film like it was a stage play. Having begun his career as a classically trained actor, Holland encouraged the cast to write biographies of their characters so they would completely understand their motivations and be able to draw on that information while filming their scenes.
As originally written, Jerry Dandrige was more of a villain, so Sarandon tried to find various ways to humanize the vampire.
Sarandon suggested adding the implication that the Amy character was the reincarnation of his long-lost love, and he did research into bats and discovered that the bulk of the world's bat population are Frugivores, so he concluded, "Jerry had a lot of fruit bat in his DNA.
Stark and Sarandon hadn't picked up on Holland's intended gay subtext when they were developing their characters. McDowall also did a lot of work on his character, and made a conscious decision to pattern his performance after The Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz.
Recalled Ragsdale, "He had his videocamera on his shoulder and he shooting, like, family movies the whole time. Filming commenced on December 3, and wrapped on February 23, It was totally my film without studio interference.
Richard Edlund was the head of visual effects, and his team had just completed work on Ghostbusters , which worked to the advantage of Fright Night.
The most excruciating part of the makeup process for the cast were the contact lenses. In those days the lenses were hard plastic, which Steve Johnson hand-painted throwing some glitter into the mix , lacquered and sanded.
The cast could only wear them for a maximum of 20 minutes because they were virtually blind in them, and they were thick, painful and dried out their eyes.
A set was made for Stark to wear when he's in his final pursuit of Peter and Charley, but he kept tripping on the stairs.
Holland told him to take one out, and he was then able to perform the scene. Three sets were made for Amanda Bearse , but one of them caused her agonizing pain which she initially tried to endure.
When it finally became too much to bear, she took the contacts out and the crew realized they'd forgotten to buff them. For the scene in Mrs.
Brewster's bedroom, Geoffreys kept his contacts in for nearly 40 minutes, resulting in scratches on his eyeballs for months afterward.
For the transformation sequences, it took up to 8 hours to prepare Sarandon's makeup. Sarandon was uncomfortable spending that long sitting in a chair doing nothing, and since he'd had experience doing his own makeup for his work on the stage, he volunteered to help.
He did some of the stippling and, while the makeup men were applying prosthetics to his face and head, he worked on the finger extensions. Sarandon has often joked that the rubber fingers caused difficulties whenever he had to urinate, so gay costume supervisor Mort Schwartz constantly offered to help him.
His will had been broken by that point! The makeup for Evil Ed's wolf transformation took 18 hours. While he had the wolf head on, the crew began pouring what they thought was Methylcellulose into his mouth to create the illusion of saliva, but when Geoffreys began to complain about the taste, Mark Bryan Wilson realized they'd been using prosthetic adhesive, which was gluing his mouth shut.
The shot of Jerry pulling the pencil out of his hand was achieved by having a spring-loaded collapsible pencil glued to his palm and an eraser-tip loosely attached to the back of his hand.
When he turns his hand and pulls the spring-loaded piece from his palm, out of shot a monofilament wire jerked away the tip, so when he turns it back it appears as though he's pulled it straight through his hand.
The crew attempted to achieve the illusion of the cross-scar vanishing from Evil Ed's forehead live on-set, but effect was a resounding failure.
In that pre-digital age, Edlund's crew was able to alter the film utilizing optical photography to achieve the effect.
Filming of the sequence with the Jerry Dandrige Bat was difficult for the crew, who kept winding up on film while puppeteering the creature.
Further complications ensued when the bat tries to bite Roddy McDowall's character and he forces a bone into its mouth; there was difficulty getting the puppet to bite, and then McDowall jerked the bone to hard and broke the bat's skull.
The bat was quickly patched, but required repairs forced them to wait two days to shoot more close-ups.
Fright Night' s widest release was 1, theaters. It performed the best of any horror film released during the summer of It was also the second highest-grossing horror film of , bested only by A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge.
Chris Sarandon was praised for his multifaceted performance. The sequel was not as well received as the original. With the immediate success of the first film, producer Herb Jaffe pushed to make a sequel, but Tom Holland was busy with another project and Jaffe was unwilling to pay star salary for Chris Sarandon , so production soldiered on without them.
Fright Night Part 2 opens with Charley Brewster in therapy, convinced that his encounter with "serial killer" Jerry Dandrige was primarily delusion.
However, when Jerry's sister Regine arrives in town seeking revenge, Charley and Peter Vincent find themselves in a role reversal. The film was first screened in Europe in ; the following year it attained a limited theatrical release in the USA and then was dumped on VHS and laserdisc.
Despite its status as a financial flop, the film has developed a cult following of its own. Unfortunately, before the meeting could occur, Menendez was infamously murdered by his sons, Lyle and Erik.
His proposed plot was that single-father Charley Brewster inherits his mother's home and soon his two teenage children become convinced that there's something evil in the house next door - namely Evil Ed , whom Charley discovers survived and is attempting to resurrect Jerry Dandrige.
The first remake was Amavasai Iravil "Moonless Night" , a blatant clone made for the Tamil film industry in India in It follows the plot of the original almost scene-for-scene, but various changes were made Peter Vincent is a priest, the vampire gets stabbed with a paintbrush instead of a pencil, etc.
The film was never officially issued outside of India, but it can be easily found online. In , the film was offically remade by DreamWorks. This incarnation is set in Las Vegas, Peter Vincent has been changed to a magician, and Jerry Dandrige is no longer a sensuous vampire but a blood-thirsty monster.
Completely ignoring the events of the film, this one centers on Charley, Amy, and Evil Ed, who have traveled to Romania for schooling and soon discover that their sexy new teacher is an ancient vampire.
Peter Vincent's occupation has been changed once again to a reality-TV show host. Although no credit was given, this remake with its female villain owes just as much to the original sequel as the first film.
A variety of merchandise has been produced to tie in with the movie, including video games, home video releases, soundtrack albums, comic books, trading cards and T-shirts.