Charley Brewster and his friends discover that their professor is a vampire while studying abroad in the 2013 sequel to FRIGHT NIGHT! Did I say sequel? I meant... Remake? I think? FRIGHT NIGHT 2 suffers from a severe case of identity crisis, considering it bills itself as a sequel, but complete disregards the existence of each of the previous films. The linear progression of the story mirrors the 1985 original, with only a few minor changes being made to the characters. Gerri Dandridge is now played by the sexy Jaime Murray, who is revealed to be Elizabeth Bathory, herself. Chris Waller plays a second-string Evil Ed, but Will Payne lives up to his name as the new Charley. Although FRIGHT NIGHT 2 is more sexually-charged than ever before, the dramatic increase in sex and blood does not make up for the many shortcomings in the script. The massive pool of blood that appears in the climax does make for an impressive set piece, however. FRIGHT NIGHT fans will find enough mindless fun in this... whatever it is.
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