“Welcome to Fright Night…for real!” Those were the immortal words of Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) in the 1985 horror classic Fright Night. Twenty-six years later, the film is being rebooted and now Colin Farrell takes on the role of villain while Peter Vincent played formerly by the late Roddy McDowall, is now in the charge of the Doctor Who standout, David Tennant, 41.
Doctor Who will be traveling to a different galaxy this Saturday. David Tennant, who played the eponymous character on the BBC science fiction show Doctor Who from 2005-2010, is guest-starring in a three episode arc on the Star Wars animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Matt Smith, 29, best known for his role as the most recent Doctor Who, having replaced David Tennant in 2010, had some fun filming the new season of the British series near Westminster Bridge in London, hopping on his character's motorcycle and even doing his own stunts — not an altogether great idea.
The newest iteration of hit British science fiction series, Doctor Who, starring current "Doctor" Matt Smith (a role previously filled by David Tennant), Karen Gillan and Billie Piper, is already embarking on its seventh season, and is finally being touted as one of the greatest shows in the past 25 years to carry the distinction of "cult classic.
The Pirates! Band of Misfits is a fun, traditional, animated film that helps to bring together family, friends, and pirates alike. Based on a novel by Gideon Defoe, who also wrote the screenplay, Pirates follows the adventures of Pirate Captain (voiced by Hugh Grant) and his crew as he tries to become “Pirate of the Year”.
Remember when vampires were brutal creatures of the dark, and didn’t fall in love with moody teenage humans, and when exposed to sunlight they burst into flames rather than sparkle like precious gods? Remember when horror movies were equal parts scary and funny - and weren’t all presented to us as if shot on handheld cameras.
Next-door neighbors, as everyone knows, are capable of unspeakable horrors. There's no use in going into the nosy or noisy, nagging or nasty ways someone a stone's throw from your front door can day by day drive a nail through your coffin.