“Fright Night” Blu-ray Giveaway [ENDED]


Available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD,
Tuesday, December 13th

To celebrate the Blu-Ray™ release of “Fright Night”, Media Mikes would like to giveaway 10 copies of the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (Blu-ray™ + DVD). If you would like to win one of these great prizes, please leave us a comment below or send us an email and let us know your favorite horror remake . This giveaway will be open until Sunday December 31th at Noon, Eastern Time and is only open to residents of the United States. Only one entry per person, per household; all other entries will be considered invalid. Once the giveaway ends, Media Mikes will randomly pick out winners and alert the winners via email.

DreamWorks Pictures’ Fright Night, starring Colin Farrell, arrives on December 13, 2011 just in time to take a bite out of the holidays on Blu-ray™ + DVD. Inspired by the 1985 gothic horror cult classic and directed by Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl, Mr. Woodcock), all hell breaks loose when High School Senior Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) discovers his charming new neighbor Jerry (Farrell) is a Vampire preying on his neighborhood.

Packed with un-rated bonus features, the Blu-ray release includes a fang-in-cheek mockumentary ?Peter Vincent: Swim Inside My Mind, a hilarious satirical look at David Tennant’s egocentric rock star anti-hero character, Peter Vincent; ?The Official How to Make a Funny Vampire Movie Guide; Squid Man: Extended and Uncut; Frightful Facts & Terrifying Trivia; Deleted Scenes; and a Gag Reel. Also included is the uncensored ?No One Believes Me? music video directed by Fright Night’s director Craig Gillespie and performed by hip hop recording artist Kid Cudi.

Film Synopsis:
Senior Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally has it all. He’s running with the cool kids and dating the hottest girl in high school (Imogen Poots). But all hell breaks loose when charming Jerry Dandridge (Colin Farrell) moves in next door. Charley thinks there’s something odd about him, although no one – including his mom (Toni Collette) – seems to notice. But after too many of his classmates vanish under bizarre circumstances, Charley comes to an unmistakable conclusion: Jerry is a vampire preying on his neighborhood!

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68 Replies to ““Fright Night” Blu-ray Giveaway [ENDED]”

  1. Let Me In is probably among the most thoughtful and well-intentioned of horror remakes ever made. Fright Night is a close runner-up and Dawn of the Dead deserves an honorable mention.

  2. Easily the Ring. Isn’t it refreshing to see a protagonist in a horror movie where you feel as though you’re learning alongside them instead of yelling at them as to what they should do because they’re so stupid? It’s a logical movie where each mystery is given a satisfying answer and jump scares aren’t exploited in place of a genuinely spooky atmosphere. Gore Verbinski has proven to be every bit as diverse in directing different genres as Richard Donner.

  3. I would have to go with Halloween (the 1978 then the remake done by Rob Zombie.) I still love the original but I think with the newer technologies and bigger budget that Zombie’s Halloween is great.

  4. I like Let Me In, which is a remake of Let the Right One In. I thought Chloe Moretz nailed that part!

  5. Fright Night. Everything else was cheesy in comparison while Fright Night was creepy and cheesy all at the same time the remake captured the comedic relief from the first version while keeping it packed of excitement and FRIGHT! 🙂

  6. I personally like the Halloween remakes. Rob Zombie is a twisted man who knows how to make a horror movie.

  7. There are a lot of good remakes on here, but I remember the remake of House On Haunted Hill. I’ve seen that movie more than I care to admit for some reason =)

  8. I think Let Me In is one of the best Horror movies. With the excellent casting of the children, it is difficult to believe that someone so young and innocent looking can be so deadly. Excellent movie.

  9. I actually loved this remake. I thought Colin Farrel did an excellent job with his role. They kept it scary but added the absolute best cheese they could in the film. We thought it was great. A good way to see a scary movie without getting nightmares or having to be completely scare or serious for an hour and a half.

  10. My favorite horror remake is House on Haunted Hill, because it’s got an amazing cast: Geoffrey Rush, Famke Janssen, Peter Gallagher.

  11. House of Wax. Why would anyone question the logic of shoving a metal pole through Paris Hilton’s face?

  12. Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I’m probably in the minority but I liked it better than the original.

  13. As a matter of fact, Fright Night must be the only worthy horror remake I’ve seen worth…um, remaking. It’s tone is enthusiastic but still dark, the kills are creative, comic relief is well used and get this…a parent who isn’t oblivious to their child’s peril.

  14. My favorite horror remake is easily Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht by Werner Herzog! Klaus Kinski’s performance as Dracula is one of the best I’ve ever seen!

    Thanks for the chance to win! Fright Night was a fun flick.

  15. My favorite horror movie remake has got to be Let Me In, for Chloe Grace Moretz’s powerhouse performance! Though Let the Right One In was great, I’d go so far as to say that Let Me In surpassed it! Also, I need to mention Zack Snyder’s reimagining of Dawn of the Dead- it was scary, cool, compelling and unusually funny for a horror movie.

  16. Much as I love Jack Nicholson; I gotta go with Little Shop of Horrors…I couldn’t go to the dentist for a year thanks to Steve Martin; lol! Soooo much better than the original and one of my favorite films and a GREAT musical to boot!! FEED ME SEYMOUR!!!!

  17. My favorite remake, so far, is Piranha. Its everything you want from a cheesy horror and more! I can’t wait for Piranha 3DD

  18. Would love to win…thanks for the opportunity…Good luck everyone (My favorite would have to be Fright Night)

  19. The remake of Dawn of the Dead doesn’t match the original but it’s still the most decent I’ve seen.

  20. I just watched this. The other night. It was a gift from Jon! I really loved it!! I had my reservations at first when I heard Colin Farrell was cast but he was just great! A+ remake in my book!!!

  21. My favorite horror remake is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. This is a great giveaway. Thanks for the fantastic opportunity to win.

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