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So, let me get this straight. You, a pizza loving bird who lives in a pizzeria, want to find a magical, wish-granting pizza made of gold... so you can wish for even more fucking pizza. Just what is your logic here?
— Mike Schmidt, Movie Night At Freddy's

Jeremy: So, you want them to 'give you a hand', but you also have to remind them that only one of you can win…? So, um, what is the truth? Do you want their help or not?
Mike: Jeremy, these asshats here are the masters of the mixed message. Do you really think you're gonna get a straight answer?
Another Movie Night At Freddy's

Movie Night At Freddy's is a Five Nights at Freddy's Fanfic written by sailorblaze. It tells the story of Mike Schmidt, who discovers a Direct to DVD Freddy Fazbear movie and proceeds to watch and MST it. As he watches it, however, he discovers that the animatronics are strangely affected by the movie, causing them to act more pacifistic. As they all watch, Mike begins to wonder: Just how is this movie affecting them?

The author also wrote a sequel. This time, Mike, Jeremy, and the Toys take on Freddy Fazbear and the Battle of the Bands in order to see what calmed down the Old Crew in the last fanfic.

Both fics were taken down at one point to respect the wishes of the author who created the AU they take place in; however, sailorblaze has begun reposting the first fic, which can be found here.


No relation to the actual Five Nights at Freddy's movie.

This work contains examples of the following:

  • A Twinkle in the Sky: Ricky when he is defeated.
  • Accidental Innuendo: In-Universe. The 'Ode to Pizza' is full of this.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Bonnie the Bunny.
    • Toy Bonnie, also known as 'Bonbon', in the sequel. However, they're a girl within the movie itself.
  • April Fools' Day: sailorblaze drops one on us with Chapter 15; it turns out to be a Shout-Out to Les Misérables.
  • Ass Pull: In universe. The movie within the fanfic loves doing these.
  • Atomic F-Bomb: Mike upon hearing the name 'DJ Foxy' in the second fic.
  • Attention Whore: Freddy. And how.
  • Award-Bait Song: This is what Mike believes 'The Greatest Gift Of All Is A Smile' is supposed to be.
  • Autobots, Rock Out!: The climax, taken to the literal extreme.
  • Battle of the Bands: The premise of the movie featured in the sequel.
  • Advertisement:
  • Battle Rapping: Fred and Frankie have a rap battle in the sequel's movie.
  • Beary Friendly: Movie!Freddy, naturally.
    • Toy Freddy in the sequel, as well as his movie self.
  • Berserk Button: Do not call Chica a pizzafucker under any circumstances.
    • Do not steal Freddy's spotlight or have him believe you're going to do so.
    • While you're at it, kindly refrain from showing Mike Schmidt shitty movies akin to The Search For The Golden Pizza.
    • Don't insult Mangle in front of Endo. Kind of hard, since they're both tangled up together.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Downplayed. While Bonnie is peeved about Mike not listening to them when trying to warn him about Freddy's absence from the stage, they're not too angry.
  • Big "SHUT UP!": Mike delivers an epic one in the second fanfic.
    Mike: Everybody shut the fuck up!
  • Big "WHAT?!": Freddy when he learns that Bonnie has a bigger role in the movie than him.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: The animatronics when enraged.
  • Boastful Rap: 'Frankie and the Ferrets' have one in the sequel.
  • The Cameo: Averted when Springtrap is denied a cameo.
    • Doll from Rebornica's AU.
    • Jeremy, Fritz, Phone Guy, Purple Guy, and some of the Toys in the April Fool's Chapter.
    • Golden Freddy.
    • In universe: Morgan Freeman as Albert.
    • In the sequel's movie, Albert the Alligator appears at the audition for Nobnob's replacement.
  • Canon Foreigner: Ricky and Albert definitely qualify, thanks to having their animatronics shut down due to their hand in the death of Freddy's first voice actor.
  • Cavalry Betrayal: Foxy's crew does this to Foxy in the movie.
  • Character Derailment: In-Universe, surprisingly enough. In the sequel's movie, Foxy's entire character is changed from a pirate to a Totally Radical DJ.
    Mike: [upon learning about 'DJ Foxy'] What the fuck?
  • Chekhov's Skill: 'The power of rock and roll' in the movie.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Mike Schmidt is prone to this.
  • Cover Version: In the sequel's movie, Bonbon performs a cover of 'Cherry Bomb' by The Runaways. Mike, who happens to like said song, is not pleased.
  • Cowardly Lion: Foxy's entire crew, sans the pirate fox himself.
  • Creator Cameo: The author shows up briefly in order to deny Springtrap a cameo for reasons of canon defilement.
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: In-Universe. Bonnie, who was previously listed under Ambiguous Gender, is voiced by a woman named Lauren Prescott.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Doug Thompson, the first voice actor of Freddy in Freddy Fazbear and the Search For The Golden Pizza, was shoved into Ricky the Raccoon's suit. According to Phone Guy, one of his arms was somehow severed from Doug's body and stuffed into Albert's suit as well. As a result, Ricky and Albert's animatronics were decommissioned and Jonathan Dale took over as Freddy Fazbear.
  • Dance Sensation: 'The Trap Dance' according to Chica and the song itself.
  • Dark Reprise: 'Freddy's Lament' gets one when Freddy attempts to stop his friends from arguing about who gets the single wish from the Golden Pizza.
  • Darkest Hour: Happens towards the end of the fanfic. The animatronics have turned against Mike, and it looks like they're really going to get him this time. And then, the Westminster Chimes ring…
  • Deadpan Snarker: Mike.
    Mike: And if you look to your right, you can see just where this piece of shit gave up on trying to make decent music.
  • Delayed Reaction: In the second fanfic, Fred realizes that 'Frankie and the Ferrets' are the villains of the movie after everybody else has already figured it out.
  • Disney Acid Sequence: 'Ode To Pizza', albeit a more mild one.
  • The Ditz: Toy Freddy, or Fred, in the sequel.
  • Dynamic Entry: Bonnie enters into the movie by kicking Freddy's door down.
  • Easily Condemned: All it takes for Freddy to turn against Bonnie is the movie featuring the latter more than the former.
    • Likewise, all it takes for the animatronics to turn against Mike is Freddy pinning the blame on him.
  • Electronic Speech Impediment: The animatronics stutter when they get too excited or flustered.
    • Hits Foxy like a ton of bricks before he gets possessed by one of the ghost children.
  • The Eleven O'Clock Number: The song that the Fazgang sings in the final confrontation with Ricky.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Freddy's absurd nickname of 'Freddo' bestowed upon him by Movie!Bonnie.
  • Enemy Mine: Mike and the animatronics, concerning the movie.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: The title card and DVD case of the movie in the sequel are unbelievably sparkly.
  • Evil Costume Switch: In the sequel, Movie!Bonbon gains a leather jacket after joining 'Frankie and the Ferrets'.
  • Face–Heel Turn: The animatronics at the very end.
    • Movie!Bonbon does this in the sequel.
  • Fake Interactivity: The movie has a couple of parts involving this.
  • Fake Shemp: In-Universe. Jonathan Dale becomes this for Freddy after the death of Doug Thompson, the first voice actor.
  • False Friend: The movie drives Freddy to believe this about Bonnie.
  • Fighting from the Inside: Foxy attempts this. It doesn't work.
  • Flipping the Bird: An animation goof in the movie has Freddy do this.
    • Mike does this joyfully to the animatronics when he survives the night shift.
    • Springtrap does this to the author.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Mike and the animatronics' reactions to Freddy breaking the fourth wall. Parodied in that Freddy was just going to ask what the people in the audience wished for.
  • Gender Flip: Bonbon, who is mentioned above in Ambiguous Gender, is changed to a girl in the sequel's movie. This is part of the foundation for the nickname of 'Nobnob' given to Movie!Bonbon.
  • Genki Girl: Toy Chica/'Chirp' in the sequel.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Foxy's introduction. He swings from absolutely nowhere on a rope.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Mike's ploy to use 'The Freddy Fazbear Movie' against Freddy as revenge culminates in Freddy and Bonnie's friendship nearly being torn apart by Freddy's own ego.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: In the sequel, Vivi's plan to get the bands to reconcile fails and ends up being what causes the Battle of the Bands to happen in the first place.
  • Groin Attack: As it turns out, having a hulking metal fox animatronic shoved onto your lap is harmful for certain parts of your crotch.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Mike.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Foxy in the movie.
  • Here We Go Again!: The premise of the sequel.
  • Hope Spot: At one point, an infinitely better song than the fare in the movie so far is sung. The animatronics are excited, only for Mike to tell them that the song was plagiarized from another movie.
  • "I Am" Song: Parodied by, of all people, Mike Schmidt himself.
    Mike: [pseudo-singing] This is a song. It's a song about me. I'm going to sing a song about me. I don't give a shit if you don't agree, but this is a song about me.
  • I Can't Believe I'm Saying This: Happens several times across both fanfics.
    Jeremy: I can't believe I'm saying this, but... oh, God... I'm actually rooting for the Fazbear band.
  • "I Want" Song: 'The Thing I Need The Most'.
  • In-Series Nickname: In the sequel, Movie!Bonbon is dubbed 'Nobnob' by Mike, due to the latter being nearly completely different from the former.
  • Incoming Ham: Freddy Fazbear himself.
    Freddy: Now what do you four think you're doing?
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: When Chica first shows up.
    Mike: Listen up, you pizza shit!
  • It's All About Me: Who else but Freddy Fazbear?
  • Large Ham: Freddy Fazbear, naturally. Ricky the Raccoon also has his moments.
  • Let Me at Him!: Fred and Chirp have to stop Bonbon from attacking Mangle and Endo in the second fic.
    Bonbon: [while being held back by Fred and Chirp]: Oh, I'll fight you! I'll fight the both of you!
  • Let Us Never Speak of This Again: The gang's response to the fourth-wall breaking moment in Chapter 14.
  • Like a Son to Me: Freddy deems Toy Freddy his son after learning that he's the star of the sequel's movie.
  • MacGuffin: The Golden Pizza, naturally.
  • MST: An interesting case. Instead of riffing another fanfic, this story riffs on an original movie also written by the author.
  • Must Make Amends: This becomes Vivi/Mangle's goal in the sequel's movie. A weird variation as what happened was technically not her fault.
  • Oh, Crap!: Bonnie, and subsequently Mike, has this moment when realizing that Freddy himself has left the stage and is nowhere to be found in the pizzeria.
    • Mike has another one when the animatronics have turned against him, and he suddenly gets a splitting headache.
    • Chica has yet another when Mike and Bonnie fill her in on the 'Ode to Pizza', and she realizes just what she's getting into a little too late.
  • Never Live It Down: Nobody lets Freddy forget his Embarrassing Nickname of 'Freddo'.
  • The Other Darrin: In universe. Freddy's first voice actor mysteriously died halfway through creating the movie, causing another actor to take his place.
  • Overly Long Name: Frederick Ferdinand Floyd Franklin Finnegan Fraser Fazbear the Fifth.
    • Later revealed to actually be Frederick Ferdinand Flavius Francisco Fitzwilliam Fleming Fremont Fitzroy Forrester Finley Floyd Franklin Finnegan Fiorello Fraser Fazbear the Fifth.
  • The Power of Friendship: The Fazgang uses this to defeat Ricky the Raccoon.
  • Precision F-Strike: In the sequel, Bonbon gives one upon finding out the movie version of them is a girl. Especially jarring since the animatronics don't normally swear in both fanfics.
    Bonbon: Her? Her? Oh, fuck you, movie!
  • Punny Name: Schmidt Valschmidt and Jabear in the April Fool's Chapter.
  • Rascally Raccoon: Ricky is a villainous example.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Freddy gives an unwarranted one to Bonnie.
    • Mike gives Freddy one right back, due to the fact that Bonnie is not the one at fault in the first place.
  • Red Alert: Whenever one of the old animatronics is coming into the office, Mangle and Endo make an MLG Airhorn noise.
  • The Reveal: Phone Guy survived what happened to him on Night 4 and is in the hospital, recovering.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Albert The Alligator.
  • Right Behind Me: Happens with Mike when Chica and Freddy first show up.
  • Road Sign Reversal: Ricky does this in order to throw Freddy and friends off the trail of the Golden Pizza.
  • Rousing Speech: Two in a row.
  • Saying Too Much: As seen here:
    Albert: Is there any little thing that I can do/To prove that I’m a friend loyal and true?
    Freddy: Well, you can start by not shoving my voice actor into a suit with the help of your friend Ricky when he’s still halfway through recording my lines!
  • Scoundrel Code: Foxy and his crew sing an entire song about one.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: 'Nobnob', the nickname Mike gives Movie!Bonbon in the sequel.
  • Shaking the Rump: Freddy in the 'Trap Dance'.
  • She Was Right There All Along: In the sequel. It turns out that Mangle was watching the movie as well, hanging from the ceiling behind Mike, Jeremy and co..
  • Shout-Out: The April Fool's Chapter is one to Les Misérables.
  • Silly Song: 'Ode To Pizza' and 'The Trap Dance' count as two.
  • Smug Snake: Frankie from Freddy Fazbear and the Battle of the Bands.
    Jeremy: Wow, what a dick!
  • Spin-Off: A fan of the original fic created a CinemaSins parody of 'The Freddy Fazbear Movie' here.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Bonnie in the movie.
  • Superfluous Solo: In-Universe. 'The Greatest Gift Of All Is A Smile', Bonnie's song at the end.
    • Also In-Universe: 'The Jungle Swing' also counts as one for Albert the Alligator.
  • Surreal Symbolic Heads: The pizza-headed dancers and love interest in Chica's 'Ode to Pizza'.
    • The Phone Guy has the head of a phone.
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: In-Universe. 'Freddy's Lament' is very similar to 'Toreador'.
  • Tagline: For the sequel: 'It's still shit'.
  • The Talk: Freddy wants to have this with Toy Freddy in the sequel, but it gets postponed to when the movie finishes.
  • Thememobile: The Fazmobile.
  • Tone Shift: Chapter 21 begins with the characters riffing the credits. And then Bonnie asks Freddy why he's fuming…
  • Too Smart for Strangers: Weirdly played and parodied with in the sequel. Chapter 6 parodies the title of this trope, which focuses on Warren the Wolf creepily singing to Bonbon about joining 'Frankie and the Ferrets'. Fred even lampshades it.
    Fred: Stranger danger! Stranger danger!
  • Totally Radical: DJ Foxy in the sequel.
    DJ Foxy: Man, this is totally untubular!
  • Trademark Favorite Food: For Chica, it's pizza. This trait is exaggerated with the movie version of her.
  • Triumphant Reprise: An interesting case happens when Mike rallies the animatronics (sans Foxy) to finish the movie. In the background, a triumphant version of 'Toreador' plays, courtesy of Golden Freddy.
  • Unexplained Recovery: The Fazmobile. Even more baffling is that it's only for one single moment.
  • Villain Song: Ricky's song in Chapter 16.
    • 'The Pirate Code' also counts.
  • Villain Recruitment Song: In the sequel, Warren the Wolf sings one to Toy Bonnie to try and get them to join 'Frankie and the Ferrets'. Somehow, it works.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Warren The Wolf counts as one in the sequel.
    Mike: Keep your fucking shirt on!
  • Westminster Chimes: And Just in Time, too.
  • Wham Line: As seen here:
    Mike: No! No. No! Fuck no! Fuck everything! Where’d he go? Where the fuck did Fazbear go?
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy give this to Mike when he tricks Freddy into watching the movie with them.
    • Another one is given from Mike to Freddy when the latter's "The Reason You Suck" Speech drives Bonnie to tears.
    • In the sequel Mike gets one from Jeremy and the Toy Animatronics for drop-kicking Billy out of the office.
  • You're Not My Father: Chica does this to Mike a couple of times.

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