Charley Brewster is a normal red blooded American male with a healthy fascination with horror movies. When he isn’t trying to get into his girlfriend’s pants, he’s watching the local late night horror show “Fright Night”, hosted by the famous vampire hunter Peter Vincent. One of those late nights, he notices something weird happening next door. His new neighbors are moving their stuff in… but this isn’t normal stuff. Amongst the crates and boxes is a coffin, and it goes straight into the basement. Suspecting something is up, he keeps a closer eye on the situation. When a girl he sees going into the house and later through a window being seduced by the neighbor, Jerry (Chris Sarandon), ends up a victim of murder on the 11 o’clock news, he starts to realize that his new next door neighbor might be a vampire. Continue reading “Fright Night”
Every night while she sleeps, Courtney Bates has dreams of her friends and mom dying at the hands of a maniacal, laughing, leather clad dude that sporting a guitar with a giant drill bit on the end. She’s had the dreams for years, and it sent her older sister Kim to a mental institution, because she just couldn’t handle it anymore. Courtney has been able to deal with the pressure, but that’s only because of her awesome all girl rock band, and great friends. She’s going to be going away with those friends for her birthday, but little does she know that this will turn into a Slumber Party Massacre… II!
Rudy Ray Moore is the Tucker Williams, the Disco Godfather – the owner of the very popular Blueberry Hill disco. He dances a mean game, and spins an even meaner game from the DJ booth. When his nephew Bucky gets mixed up in some bad business, Tucker takes it upon himself to rid the streets of that bad stuff!
If you’ve ever seen 28 Days Later, the plot of Primal Rage may sound a little familiar, but on a much smaller scale… Sam Nash is a Florida college journalist is looking for a story. That quest leads him to Dr. Ethridge (Bo Svenson – with and awesome little mulleted ponytail, btw) who is conducting experiments on a baboon, trying to revitalize dead brain cells in the primate’s brain. Sam can’t get any face time with Dr. Ethridge, so his journalism buddy Duffy suggests that he break into the lab to get some recon for his story. Sam refuses to do it, so Duffy goes instead and unleashes a fury that rocks the small college campus.