Critic Review - Globe and Mail

The new Dreamworks/Disney teen horror comedy, Fright Night, falls into the better-than-expected category.

August 19, 2011 Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Comments (8)
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Gabriele Cookstown

Gabriele Cookstown

are you guys hired to promote that piece of idiotic crap

Aug 20 - 06:01 AM

Eric Ross

Eric Ross

It's obvious they were paid. More than obvious, they don't even try to hide it on this one.

Aug 21 - 05:12 PM

Steven Millett

Steven Millett

You're idiots if you really think that.

Aug 22 - 07:23 PM

David L.

David Ledford

Well I loved the original I saw it when it first came out and I must say I really enjoyed this movie. And nobody paid me.

Aug 22 - 08:22 PM


Val Mordas

I'd say it falls into the 'pretty much what was expected' category.

Aug 24 - 05:42 PM


mc sw

teen horror comedy? this is nostalgic for a lot of us middle agers...

Aug 27 - 05:06 AM

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Natasha Kingston

Natasha Kingston

It's obvious that people who are hating on this critic didn't actually watch the movie. It was pretty good, and I am scathing when it comes to horror. Sure, it was cheesy here and there, and the ending was a little too easy, but overall there was real tension and Colin Farrel actually acted well, for once. He was so right for this role.

Sep 24 - 07:36 PM

Kyle Galaise

Kyle Galaise

I enjoyed the movie but to call it a "disney teen comedy/horror" is kind of dumb given it's rated R.

Dec 12 - 01:47 PM

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