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19th May '16 9:57:48 AM SpocktorWho
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* NotSoDifferent: Charley berates Peter for his refusal to help, but Peter explains that [[spoiler:when his parents were killed, the only reason he survived was because he was smart enough to hide...which is exactly what Charley did while Jerry fed on Doris; ''his'' first close encounter with a vampire.]]

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* NotSoDifferent: Charley berates Peter for his refusal to help, but Peter explains that [[spoiler:when his parents were killed, the only reason he survived was because he was smart enough to hide... which is exactly what Charley did while Jerry fed on Doris; ''his'' first close encounter with a vampire.]]
21st Apr '16 5:32:09 AM Morgenthaler
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In late 2012, a direct-to-video sequel was announced under a different studio to be shot in Romania. It was later announced that the sequel would be a remake of the original film (and remake of the remake) with Charley, Amy, Peter and "Evil" Ed coming back, with Jerry [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] as a woman named Gerri.

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In late 2012, a direct-to-video sequel was announced under a different studio to be shot in Romania. It was later announced that the sequel would be a remake of the original film (and remake of the remake) with Charley, Amy, Peter and "Evil" Ed coming back, with Jerry [[GenderFlip Gender Flipped]] as a woman named Gerri.Gerri, played by Creator/JaimeMurray.
27th Feb '16 9:34:04 PM jojo1228
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** GoGoEnslavement: Just like in the original movie, Amy inexplicably winds up in [[WomanInWhite a white dress]] when Charley finds her in the basement.

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** * GoGoEnslavement: Just like in the original movie, Amy inexplicably winds up in [[WomanInWhite a white dress]] when Charley finds her in the basement.


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*TooDumbToLive: [[spoiler: Jerry has Charley right where he can kill him, and what does he do? He tells him exactly how/where to stake a vampire. Cue massive facepalm from the audience]]
3rd Feb '16 4:27:51 PM ThallianGold
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: When Charley starts testing Jerry to see if he can enter the house uninvited, even to just grab some beers from across the threshold, Jerry figures it out immediately. [[And gives Charley no time to prepare himself further, blowing up Charley's house moments later.]] [[spoiler: Subverted by the end of the film, however, where he shows Charley exactly where to stake him.]]
3rd Feb '16 4:23:15 PM ThallianGold
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* PragmaticAdaptation: An odd twist on it, as both special effects and the subject matter have drastically changed since the original. Aside from Vincent being a stage magician instead of a horror show host, this version of Jerry revels in being a sexual predator, and Evil Ed's HoYay is so great even he comments on it eventually. Such frank treatment of sexuality would have been unthinkable in the 1985 version.
16th Dec '15 6:29:25 PM nombretomado
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** Ed's desktop background is a picture of [[LeagueOfLegends Fiddlesticks]]

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** Ed's desktop background is a picture of [[LeagueOfLegends [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Fiddlesticks]]
16th Sep '15 10:02:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* MustBeInvited:
** Jerry makes several attempts to get one. When he fails, [[CombatPragmatist he simply blows up the Brewsters' house]].
-->'''Jerry:''' "Don't need an invitation if there's no house."
** Ed finds out the hard way that this trope doesn't work if a home has been abandoned.
** They use [[LoopholeAbuse technicalities]] to their advantage, like [[spoiler:casually inviting a deliveryman in for an unusually late night package.]]



* VampireInvitation:
** Jerry makes several attempts to get one. When he fails, [[CombatPragmatist he simply blows up the Brewsters' house]].
-->'''Jerry:''' "Don't need an invitation if there's no house."
** Ed finds out the hard way that this trope doesn't work if a home has been abandoned.
** They use [[LoopholeAbuse technicalities]] to their advantage, like [[spoiler:casually inviting a deliveryman in for an unusually late night package.]]
29th Jul '15 4:20:59 PM Mullon
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** Except for his performing a voluntary [[spoiler: vampirization on Ed]], which looks like a baptization.

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** Except for his performing a voluntary [[spoiler: vampirization on Ed]], which looks like a baptization.baptism.
10th Jul '15 11:15:28 AM sarah-blu
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** RealityEnsues: Peter Vincent points out that leather trousers really don't "breathe", and spends a good amount of time pulling on them to get comfortable. Although shirtless David Tennant in leather trousers grabbing his crotch is also pretty effective Fanservice.

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** RealityEnsues: Peter Vincent points out that leather trousers really don't "breathe", and spends a good amount of time pulling on them to get comfortable. Although shirtless David Tennant in leather trousers grabbing rubbing his crotch is also pretty effective Fanservice.
31st May '15 11:28:03 AM rjung
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''Fright Night'' (2011) is a remake of the cult [[Film/FrightNight1985 1985 horror-comedy hit]], starring Colin Farrell, AntonYelchin, Creator/DavidTennant, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. It drops the Peter Vincent BecomingTheMask story and turns Charley into a Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}-type character, with Jerry resembling both Spike (suave and cool) and Angelus (loves to kill and psychologically torture his victims), and Peter as a Vegas showman instead of a former actor.

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''Fright Night'' (2011) is a remake of the cult [[Film/FrightNight1985 1985 horror-comedy hit]], starring Colin Farrell, AntonYelchin, Creator/DavidTennant, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. It drops the Peter Vincent BecomingTheMask story and turns Charley into a Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}-type character, with Jerry resembling both Spike (suave and cool) and Angelus (loves to kill and psychologically torture his victims), and Peter as a Vegas UsefulNotes/LasVegas showman instead of a former actor.



* SettingUpdate: The remake is set in [[VivaLasVegas Las Vegas]], with Peter Vincent turned into a Criss Angel-esque figure. As Charley and Ed both point out, it makes a very good place for vampires (lots of people work night shift, people move in and out of there all the time).

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* SettingUpdate: The remake is set in [[VivaLasVegas Las Vegas]], UsefulNotes/LasVegas, with Peter Vincent turned into a Criss Angel-esque figure. As Charley and Ed both point out, it makes a very good place for vampires (lots of people work night shift, people move in and out of there all the time).



* VivaLasVegas: Couldn't move the setting here without once scene like this at the very end.
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