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Fright Night 4K 1985 Ultra HD 2160p

Fright Night 4K 1985 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 106 min
IMDB: 7.0
Director: Tom Holland
Actors: Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowall, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art Evans, Stewart Stern, Nick Savage, Ernie Holmes, Heidi Sorenson, Irina Irvine, Bob Corff, Pamela Brown, Chris Hendrie, Prince Hughes, Christopher Lee.

Story Movie

Fright Night 4K 1985 Ultra HD 2160p
A young horror movie fan named Charlie discovers that his neighbor is a vampire. Worse, the neighbor doesn't like anyone knowing his secret, so the guy's life is in question. Completely desperate, Charlie turns for help to Peter Vincent, the host of Fright Night, who supposedly knows everything about vampires.

Review 4K Movie

I found out about this movie after watching the trailer for its remake. Of course, the theme of evil and horrible vampires in cinematography has been touched upon more than a hundred times, or even a thousand times, but in spite of that "Fright Night" stands out due to its unusual and super attractive and pleasant atmosphere, and also rather funny simplicity, which by the way defuses sometimes heated scenes, because the horror film genre obliges the picture to be like that. Fortunately, the circumstances are good with sharp and sometimes disgusting moments, and you should be happy, although for the most part there is nothing so terrible and horrifying besides the main character and the devilish atmosphere.

I liked the film, it was very easy and pleasant to watch, after the film I had only purely positive emotions, and it didn't strain your brain. It was just a good, interesting movie about vampires, well-rendered, i.e. not snotty pale romantics, but vile and vicious blood-sucking varmints, who are just waiting for a moment to pounce on you and greedily bite your neck and turn you into a freak like them. The makeup and the actual behavior of the vampires in "Fright Night" is fortunately all right, they are evil, nasty, horrible, but damn interesting. Of course at some moments, especially at the end, they looked more funny than disgusting, but still the looks of bloodsuckers were great and we have to thank for that the make-up artists who did their best.

As for the rest of the components, they were also very good. The lightly black and somewhat brutal humor was very welcome and, as I mentioned earlier, sometimes cleverly defused some of the tense situations. We were amused by the first scene, when the main character notices something abnormal in his neighbor's house and forgets that he and his girlfriend were about to have intercourse, and for the first time. There were a lot of funny and comic moments, but still "Fright Night" is a horror film for the most part and not a black comedy, so there is no excessive humor.

The creators clearly showed from the very first minutes that the main hero's beliefs about his neighbor, allegedly a vampire, were true. Of course, it is not a minus, but I think it was necessary to confuse the viewer a little and try to prove that may be the young man is mistaken, there may be imagination too exuberant or mad, and here they laid everything on the table, but I repeat that it is not a flaw. By the way, some of the plot twists I was surprised, because this well, I personally just did not expect. Well, since you started about the storyline, I'll tell you more about it.

It is about a high school student named Charlie, who lives together with his mother and does not take much effort, but what else should he do at his age. He is dating an adorable girl named Emmy and at night he is constantly watching a second-rate show called "Fright Night", which is a series of silly and cheap horror movies about vampires, zombies, werewolves and the like. One day Charlie notices that his neighbor is acting strangely: during the day he is always away, probably on business, and at night he makes love to young and beautiful girls, who after a couple of days are found dead and headless in some local pond. The conclusion is obvious: Charlie's neighbor is none other than a vampire, who, by the way, doesn't like to be followed by some cocky boy.

In addition, the boy immediately calls the police, but they examine the neighbor's house and listen to stories that in fact the owner of the just-inspected house is a vampire, concludes that a failed prank. But the vampire neighbor is fed up and decides to kill the pesky guy, but he is not going to give up and asks for help to the host of the show he is constantly watching at night, because he constantly fights various evil spirits in the movies and most likely will help him to fight the ghoul. Charlie doesn't have a choice anyway, because a horrible and aggressive bloodsucker is coming for him at night, so the hunt begins...

The script is excellent. I can't write anything about its originality, but I can write exactly about its captivation, its attraction, because both of these parameters were present and thanks to them everything looked rather funny, dynamic and interesting. It is also worth mentioning the actors. Super good was the actor Chris Sarandon, who looked very cool as the brutal and mysterious vampire neighbor. It is extremely interesting how Colin Farrell will look in the same role this year, because it will take a lot of effort to play it better than Sarandon. I liked the rather funny main character, played by William Ragsdale, who did a very good job of showing fright and surprise, funny and frightening at the same time.

From the rest of the cast I would like to single out the hero's girlfriend, played by Amanda Beers, and an interesting, though a little strange, character named "the devil", played by Steven Jeffries. In general all the actors played very well, did a really good job as they say. Another thing I liked was the super cool music, written by Brad Fidel, the unsurpassed composer of the famous "Terminator" theme. And I'd also like to praise director Tom Holland for the high-quality production, making a very interesting and high-quality horror film with all that it implies.

In general "Fright Night" in its form and structure is a wonderful horror film of those years, with appropriately spaced black humor, some dismemberment, lots of blood, charismatic characters, gorgeous soundtrack and good direction. In spite of everything the movie is very pleasant and easily digestible, so all fans of cool horror movies should watch this film, and those who are fed up with smarmy vampires from "Twilight" should also take a look.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (57.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 16-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
Czech: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
German: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1
Korean: Dolby Digital 5.1
Portuguese: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0

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