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Jason Wallis Horror remake ‘Fright Night’ is short on thrills

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, August 26, 2011 8:10 am

We’re back to standard reviews with a largely ambivalent look at the “Fright Night” remake, which if nothing else has at least gotten me psyched for the roster of horror and thriller titles rolling out over the next few weeks.

Next time we’ll look at producer Guillermo del Toro’s update of the 1970s television horror-movie-of the-week “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” (unless “Our Idiot Brother” pulls me away, but I doubt it), followed by the “found footage” shocker “Apollo 18.” After that will be Steven Soderbergh’s bio-apocalypse thriller “Contagion” (“Warrior” could bump it, but again doubtful), which will lead us right up to Nicolas Winding Refn’s Cannes honoree “Drive.” Sounds like good times to me.

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