Fright Night (Steelbook)
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In 1980, he graduated to “talkies” with his award-winning short The Ape-Man, followed by the cult favorite The Adventures of Terrific Man two years later.
Plot: A teenager discovers that the newcomer in his neighborhood is a vampire, so he turns to an actor in a television horror show for help dealing with the undead. Geils Band song Fright Night; the making of the music video; the featurettes A Vampire for the 80s (with and without an introduction by Roddy McDowall), Tom Holland: From Soap Operas to Screenplays to Screams, Chris Sarandon: A Different Kind of Vampire, Roddy McDowall: A Child Star Who Made It, Youthful Stars of Fright Night, and From Ghostbusters to Fright Night: A Conversation with Special Effects Coordinator Richard Edlund (long and short versions); additional open-ended interviews with Tom Holland, Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, and Roddy McDowall; and seven clips from the film. His face lights up when he talks about Fright Night, with a bust of Amy’s head in hand and props staged around him. The former will be included in actual 4K, while When Worlds Collide will be included as a remastered Blu-ray bonus.Merci pour cette édition blu ray allemande avec une image plutôt satisfaisante, le son est vraiment en VFF, en anglais aussi avec sous titres, nickel. one when we are POV as Jerry coming off a roof as a bat and landing on the ground that had a lot of black crush in that scene (wind whipping yard bushes etc) - wondering if that got substantially improved w/ this new transfer. I read your post about Fright Night and and we are working on a distribution project for the Italian market of Fright Night 2. One evening, while making out with his girlfriend Amy (Amanda Bearse) and watching the late night creature feature series Fright Night on television, teenager Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) spots what he thinks is a coffin being loaded into the vacant house next door. After Jerry vampirizes her, Amy quite literally lets her hair down, adjusting her dress so that her décolletage is prominently on display, a move Winona Ryder also makes in the Coppola film.
The studio will also release their 4K Steelbook version of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull on 9/20. However, the bonus content is primed to make this release a no-brainer for anyone that loves the film and enjoys the chance to go behind the scenes.The Reunion Panel from 2008 covers both the original film and the sequel, featuring Tom Holland, Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Jonathan Stark, Amanda Bearse, Stephen Geoffreys, Julie Carmen, and Tommy Lee Wallace, moderated by Rob Galluzzo. com et faire livrer leurs commandes à n’importe quelle adresse ou n’importe quel magasin aux États-Unis. But after a thorough investigation, Charley’s girlfriend Amy (Amanda Bearse) and friend “Evil” Ed (Stephen Geoffreys) come to believe their pal may be on to something. With crisp, precise dialogue that never falters, the object-based mix makes for a great listen that fans will appreciate. I'm really looking forward to checking out the special features as there's an absolute ton of of them.
Von mir 5 von 5 Sterne- weil der Film alles richtig macht und deshalb auch eine klare Kaufempfehlung von meiner Seite. But this isn't just a simple new scan in 4K and a dump of old bonus features, Sony has pulled out the stops giving fans a genuinely exciting new release of this hilarious 80s horror gem. The 4K disc shows what can be done with a cult classic and be able to show off what feels like a brand new movie on their TV sets.
A pitch-perfect contrast balance comes with crisp, radiant whites while specular highlights supply a tight, narrow glow in the hottest spots, allowing for excellent clarity of the finer aspects. It helped to set the standard for a section of the genre that, during its heyday, was in need of a boost due to the overwhelming glut of slashers.
It’s an outstanding presentation, organic to its source with high levels of detail and a thoroughly refined grain structure. When Charley can't get anybody to believe him, he turns to TV horror host Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), who used to be the "Great Vampire Killer" of the movies.This prompts Charley to contact the police, who laugh him off after questioning Dandridge’s roommate, Billy Cole (Jonathan Stark). We have also acquired the distribution rights for Italy for the documentary “you’re so cool brewster” and it would be interesting to evaluate the creation of a new video master starting from a 4K scan of the 35mm film. While it's not a movie with huge amounts of dynamic effects, there were a few scenes that realy stood out and surprised me, both in movement around the room and sheer deep bass that I was not expecting. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.