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  • Fright Night
  • John Skipp
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  • 05 February 2020
  • 9783442080632

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Fright Night Read & Download ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free And host of TV's Fright NightNobody thinks he's telling the truth until Evil Ed becomes a vampire and Amy is dragged into his next door neighbour's evil foul smelling house of death. A bit thin like the film and screenplay it s based on Skipp and Spector s novelization of Fright Night still captures some of the tawdry thrills of 80s horror without tumbling into excess like most of SS s splatterpunk contemporaries Their concurrent vampire novel The Light at the End is far better and much visceral than Fright Night but I enjoyed this well enough and it s over before it could get old Apparently my paperback edition is worth an awful lot so I ll keep it for memorabilia sake

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Fright Night Read & Download ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free M not the police not his girlfriend Amy not even the school weirdo Evil Ed Charley's last chance is to enlist the help of Peter Vincent Vampire Killer star of a hundred horror movies. Charley is obsessed with vampires and loves nothing than watching Fright Night where former horror film star turned host Peter Vincent presents his own films On this night Charley is distracted to see a coffin being taken into the basement of the house next door and he is curious enough to do a bit of spying First he hears a woman scream and then he sees his neighbour Jerry Dandrige with fangs and preparing to bite a second woman both of their faces appearing on the news later as dead The trouble is Jerry has seen Charley watching too In a panic Charley turns to the police who back away as soon as he mentions vampires and even his horror loving friend Ed doesn t seem to believe him His only hope to survive is Peter Vincent but will he believe him Charley is just a normal teenage boy who loves horror films hanging out with girlfriend Amy and lives with his neurotic mother He is exactly the kind of kid you go to school with and don t pay much attention to His best friend is the school weirdo and fellow horror film fanatic Evil Ed though being with Amy is of a priority Amy is a bit of a pain with her sulks every time Charley isn t paying her full attention Stopping talking to her to catch a local news broadcast about murders in the town is enough for her to throw a bit of a hissy fit I find her a little bit self obsessed in the book Ed is somewhat resentful in the book that Charley doesn t hang out with him now that he is seeing Amy so he is a bit bitter and refuses to do anything to help Charley at all until Amy forces him tooThe book stays pretty close to the film in terms of content most of the minor changes are in conversations with the characters a few as mentioned above in the way the characters interact In the scene at the club though the author talks about the music being things like Michael Jackson s Thriller and Duran Duran s Hungry like the wolf and though I m a big fan of 80 s music like that I found myself wondering why the songs from the film weren t actually given a bit of promotion in the book The film soundtrack was excellent and I own it for my collection I just found it strange that the music was changed in the book here The scene of the chase to the club loses the tension as in the book Jerry keeps popping up with witty one liners as he follows them I much prefer the menacing looks from the shadows in the film The character of Peter seems even pathetic in this book but we do get a brief insight into how he became a star somewhat reluctantly and I d have liked seeing a bit of this You can t blame him for being so scared when confronted with a real vampire Peter Vincent is a character that the man played for money and he never believed in his subject matter I d also have liked to see of Billy We get a paragraph about what drives him but I d have liked to see that explored a bit alongside his relationship with Jerry I liked the brief glimpses into Ed as a vampire and wanted to see of that too Jerry s character though was a bit of a disappointment His dramatic witty jokes throughout the book s supposed tense and scary moments were an unwelcome distraction and made him feel like a pantomime bad guy than the suave charasmatic and deadly vampire he is in the film I didn t much like turning him into a bit of an idiot The reason I loved the film so much is that vampires were the first film monsters that I really loved I d watch Christopher Lee as Dracula in the old Hammer films and become fascinated by scary vampires Watching a film that gets me thinking what if a vampire actually did move in next to you is fun You certainly won t be going to tell the police and your friends are likely to think you are either going mad or playing a dumb joke on them so what happens to Charley is uite realistic I enjoyed the humour from Jerry Billy and Ed in the film which mixes nicely with the horror action My favourite scene was Peter in Jerry s house and waving his cross yelling back spawn of Satan only to have Jerry laugh at him You have to have FAITH I also loved Billy s interactions with the cop over the vampire topic but that was sadly changed too much for the bookBiggest niggle in this book is the lack of attention to detail when it comes to editing There is no break in the text between paragraphs and new scenes which is pretty annoying for a book written to accompany the horror film Without paragraphs the scene just changes several times from one line to the next I can t recall where it stands on spelling mistakes and sentence structure as I put nothing in my notes about it Overall it is a decent read but the author has changed a few too many elements which loses the charm of the film and characters a bit It s ok but not one I d go back to again unlike the film

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Fright Night Read & Download ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Based on the motion picture written by Tom HollandCharley has seen the coffin and the bodies drained of blood He knows he will be the vampire's next victim But no one will believe hi. Vote if you are into horror and not sparkly vampires if you are into horror and liked the motion picture who inspired this novelization if you are into splatterpunk genre andor watched the 1985 movie something like 50 times I m one of them He watched her walk up to the old house and put a dainty finger to thebuzzer The door opened almost immediately Charley couldn t see who let her in But she was still smiling as she disappeared into the house It washed away whatever nervousness he hadAll was right with the worldThis Fright Night book is a novelization of the original movie of the same name based on director Tom Holland s screenplay and first collaboration ever of authors John Skipp and Craig Spector pioneers and founders of splatterpunk horror fiction 80s movementEvil Ed grinned There ve been two identical murders in the last two days Brewster And get this he added gleefully Both of em had their heads cut off Can you stand it He cackled Fuck Fright Night Chucko We got a real monster hereYou re a sick man Evil Real sickThe two authors had one month to write this novel and later John Skipp revealed in an interview he had to heavy rewrite Spector s parts because he was just starting to get his chops up to use Skipp s words and his voice was really coming into its ownYeah Charley continued And you ll find Jerry Dandrige in it sleeping the sleep of the undeadWhat are you talking aboutLennox was utterly mystified nowHe s a vampire Charley practically screamedDespite this premise this scene by scene besides a few light deviations from original script novelization is just one of the best ones I ever read perfectly balancing 80s teen horror comedy and gruesome one genres giving depth to the characters because of the authors letting us peek inside their heads and thoughts and adding to the mix without exceding too much we are still far from future novels like The Light at the End doses of sex hilarious comments about vampiric breast size and gory violence but being this a book from the two fathers of splatterpunk this was expected and much welcomedCharley s breath caught in his throat This can t be happeningHis mother s guest leaned forward smiled and skewered him with its eyesHi Charley the vampire saidI ve heard so much about youCharley s jaw dangled slackly If all the saliva in his mouth hadn t dried up in terror he might have drooledSo it was a real page turning pleasure for this old fan of the 1985 movie finding out in these pages that Charley s father divorced from his mother Charley and Evil Ed have been best friends since Charley rescued Ed from bullies in 7th grade school and last but not least Peter Vincent s real name is Herbert McHoolihePeter Vincent was scared More than that Herbert McHoolihee was scared The man behind the pseudonym had been cowering since he first auditioned for a bit part in Fingers of Fear He d gotten a bigger part than he d bargained for and Peter Vincent had been bornAnd his blood froze in his veinsHe couldn t believe his eyesThere they were Charley looking sullen and impatient Amy staringdreamily into space And Ed heartily shaking hands with the thin air before himPeter looked up There was Dandrige all effluent graceHe looked down No DandrigeDandridgeNo Dandridge PeekabooTo say nothing about Brewster and Evil Ed s school name easter egg Christopher L Cushing High School A reference to vampire movie icons Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing that just made my dayWell Eddie he said What are we going to doEddie turned and smiled putting on his best Tonto tone What doyou mean we white man he answeredThe joke was entirely on Peter He stared slack jawed and blanched asa mackerel at the horror preening before himSo this book had on me the same experience of the movie my most favourite vampire 80s one together with The Lost Boys and Near Dark a cheesy thrilling creepy funny and entertaining ride definetely worth reading if you are a fan of the cult flick who inspired itWelcome to the real Fright Night You Mr Vincent are tonight s guest host And our pesky young friend here gesturing at Charley gets to watchSomething in the vampire s tone made Peter s bowels turn to jellyHe gulped his confidence blown out of the waterAnd now I just have to re watch the movie as soon as possible and then re watch it again and again