Win FRIGHT NIGHT on Special Edition Dual Format In Our Competition!




How would you like to win a copy of FRIGHT NIGHT on dual format DVD and Blu-Ray, courtesy of Eureka Entertainment?

He’s sweet, sexy, and he likes to get in late. You might think he’s the perfect neighbour. But before inviting Jerry in for a nightcap, there’s something you should know. Jerry prefers his drinks warm, red, and straight from the jugular! It’s Fright Night, a horrific howl starring Chris Sarandon as the seductive vampire and William Ragsdale as the frantic teenager struggling to keep Jerry’s deadly fangs out of his neck.

Only 17-year-old Charley Brewster (Ragsdale) knows Jerry’s bloodcurdling secret. 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. Can these mortals save Charley and his sweetheart Amy (Amanda Bearse) from the wrathful bloodsucker’s toothy embrace? If you love being scared, Fright Night will give you the nightmare of your life!

Eureka Classics is proud to present this iconic horror classic in a Special Dual-Format Edition and Limited Edition Dual-Format SteelBook.

Tom Holland’s directorial debut FRIGHT NIGHT, the iconic 1980s vampire classic starring Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale and Roddy McDowall, will be released on Blu-ray in the UK, in a Special Dual-Format Edition on 27 March 2017, and is available to order here http://po.st/HMLKmc

For your chance to win a copy FRIGHT NIGHT, simply comment below telling us which is your most-watched vampire movie.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 9th April 2017 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

T&C’s
• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x Fright Night dual format
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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149 Comments

  1. My most-watched vampire movie is FROM DUSK TILL DAWN – great actors, cool dialogue and plenty of bloody action, plus it’s got Tom Savini… what’s not to like?!

  2. “From Dusk till Dawn” all round great film but especially good to see three incarnations of Cheech plus Tom Savini in one of his acting roles.

  3. Going out on a limb with a slightly lesser known German vampire film – “Jonathan”. Stylish and disturbing, with haunting imagery and camerawork, and interesting twists on vampire folklore (these vampires can walk in daylight etc). A film that is in real need of rediscovery and restoring.

  4. The Monster Squad – Basically The Goonies fighting the Universal Monsters, what’s not to like about a film where we find out that the Wolfman has ‘nards!

  5. Blade ! I absolutely love the idea of a vampire underground, the clubs and lifestyle but also love the idea of a vampire hunter! amazing film!

  6. My most watched vampire movie is Kathryn Bigelow’s “Near Dark”.
    I watched when i was a teen and was greatly impressed with its original take on the vampire myth.

  7. My most watched vampire movie would be this fright night reasons are it is iconic chris sarandon has to be one of the best on screen vampire,his proformance was top one scene stnads out as i can name a 100 but were he peels the wood with his finger nail and says welcome to fright night to me just classic.

  8. Interview with a Vampire ..
    Some idiot put it on at a sleepover when I was 11… I cried.
    Rediscovered it at Seventeen, and god I love that movie ????

  9. Ashamed to admit it, but probably Vampire’s Kiss (though my actual favourites are far more sensible: Let the Right One In, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Cronos, Vampyr, Only Lovers Left Alive).

  10. Interview with a Vampire because it was a good story and all the pitfalls of being a vampire such as getting bored with livng hundreds of years while never being able to go out at day while finding a way of getting blood while staying below the radar.A really good film that made you have a think what it would be like if vampires existed.

  11. Fright Night is the correct answer, a fantastic blend of horror and comedy, Roddy McDowall is excellent as Peter, and the sequel was as good although that maybe because I developed a huge crush on Tracy Lin as Alex as a youngster =)

    You’re so cool Fright Night =)

  12. Honestly this one. We saw Fright Night at the cinema when it first came out. Then when my daughter was old enough to watch, it became her favourite too. It’s a go to film for our family.

  13. No lie at all but this – FRIGHT NIGHT is my most watched vampire film, I have it on DVD and watch it once every few months, would love it on Blu Ray even more so for the sound quality of the great soundtrack by Brad Fiedel, if I won I’d be over the moon, second favourite would be Bram Stoker’s Dracula and 3rd Lost Boys!

  14. For some reason it’s The Scars of Dracula. Not sure why but I have ended up seeing it dozens of times. It’s nowhere near the best one but i keep watching it.

  15. Although I love the camp nonsense of Vamp, I enjoyed 30 days of night and have watched this several times in the past few years.

  16. I generally find horror movies funny, so I think that “What we did in the shadows” from New Zealand is hilarious “We’re werewolves not swearwolves” is a classic line from the movie. Although “Lesbian Vampire Killers” is meant to be funny and fails on so many levels.

  17. From Dusk Til Dawn is a great film. I love how it subverts expectations and turns into something much different than it seems!

  18. Has to be the hugely underrated Vamp which was a huge influence on Disk Till Dawn. Along with Fright Night I used to watch this all the time as a kid. Brilliant fun ????

  19. Has to be The Lost Boys, closely followed by Interview with a Vampire even though I dont like Tom Cruise lol Lost Boys is just so classic, funny and a great soundtrack too

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