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Fright Night Part II begins after the events in the original Fright Night. Charley (William Ragsdale), as a result of psychiatric therapy, now believes that Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon), was nothing but a serial killer posing as a vampire. As a result, he comes to believe that vampires never existed, until Regine Dandridge (Julie Carmen) arrives, intent on seducing Charley into vampirism so she can punish him eternally for destroying her brother.

Fright Night Part 2 is a 1988 American horror film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring William Ragsdale, Roddy McDowall, Traci Lind, and Julie Carmen. It is the sequel to the 1985 film Fright Night, with Ragsdale and McDowall reprising their roles. Composer Brad Fiedel also returned with another distinct synthesizer score. Following the plot of the first film, it focuses on Charley Brewster who, now a college student, encounters a group of vampires led by a beautiful woman who is seeking him out.

Released by New Century/Vista in North America and TriStar Pictures elsewhere in 1989, the film grossed almost $3 million domestically, and has since become a cult film like its predecessor. In 2003, it received a brief issuing on DVD by Artisan Entertainment in a full frame presentation, but the release quickly went out of print and has since become a rare collector’s item.

On October 28, 2020, original Fright Night director Tom Holland confirmed that he is writing a direct sequel to Fright Night titled Fright Night: Resurrection. Holland said he wants to bring back the original characters as well saying “Of course, Charlie’s back, and so is Evil Ed. I’m bringing back everybody I can. I’m calling it Resurrection because we’ve got to resurrect Billy Cole and Jerry Dandridge. And now I’ll say no more.” Holland went on to say “part of the issue with the attempts at sequels and remakes is that the movie itself was kind of a singular idea, and a follow-up needed to be more than just set in the same world — it needed to draw from the same set of inspirations and follow a similar thematic thread”.

Like new, no pinholes.