Action, Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Retro Film Series Presents

Fright Night & The Company of Wolves

Tom Holland’s Fright Night
(R, 1985, 106 min)
Teenage Charley Brewster is a horror-film junkie, so it’s no surprise that, when a new neighbor named Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) moves next-door, Brewster becomes convinced he is a vampire. It’s also no surprise when nobody believes him. However, after strange events begin to occur, Charlie has no choice but to turn to the only person who could possibly help: washed-up television vampire killer named Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall).

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Neil Jordan’s The Company of Wolves
(R, 1985, 93 min)
Neil Jordan’s fascinating and imaginative interpretation of the timeless classic “Little Red Riding Hood” and of werewolf fables, adapted by Angela Carter from her own story. A wise grandmother (Angela Lansbury) tells her granddaughter Rosaleen (Sarah Patterson) a disturbing tale of innocent maidens falling in love with handsome strangers…and of their sudden mysterious disappearances when the moon is full and accompanied by the strange sound of werewolves in the woods.