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This is a perfect copy, on a DVD-R with a case. Fully interactive menus, with scene selection options. Region free DVD-R.
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Fright Night Part II - Plot

Fright Night Part II begins after the hellish events in the original Fright Night . Charley ( William Ragsdale) 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. Charley, along with his new girlfriend, Alex Young ( Traci Lind), go to visit Peter Vincent ( Roddy McDowall), who is again a burnt out vampire killer on Fright Night much to the chagrin of the boy-who-cried-wolf Charley. It is while visiting Peter's apartment that Charley sees four coffins being taken into a car. On the way out from Peter's apartment, Charley sees four strange people walk past him, into an elevator. Charley instantly becomes smitten with one of the four, the alluring Regine ( Julie Carmen).

The next day Charley talks to his psychiatrist who assures him that what he dreamed was only natural. Alex finds Charley bowling, per doctor's orders, and Charley agrees to go to the symphony with her. On his way there however he sees a friend with Regine and opts to follow him. Charley observes vampires drinking the blood from his friend and he goes to find Peter. The two enter the party and meet Regine in person, who is a performance artist. Charley leaves when he remembers his date with Alex but Peter stays. Noting some odd behavior Peter draws his pocket mirror and sees that Regine and her companion do not cast reflections.

As he runs down the stairwell Peter again comes face to face with Regine, who reveals herself as a bloodsucker of the night. Peter hides himself in his home secure with the props from his show. Charley once again is in denial, is discussing the situation with Alex when Peter arrives to try and warn them about Regine but neither believe him. Peter states that he has warned them and runs back to his home, packs his belongings and departs.

Meanwhile, Charley has started to become more of a vampire and after failing to talk to his psychiatrist overhears a newscaster talking about his friends body being discovered the previous night. Now believing that everything is real Charley goes to see Peter, only for him to not find his friend.

Peter has found himself in jail as well due to him attacking Regine on live TV. Everyone thinks he's lost his sanity as he says, "I have to kill the vampire". Peter ends up in a state hospital. Alex is bailed out by Charley's shrink and she goes to post bail for Charley only to find he has already been bailed out, by Regine.

[ edit] Cast
Actor Role
William Ragsdale Charley Brewster
Roddy McDowall Peter Vincent
Traci Lind Alex Young
Julie Carmen Regine Dandrige
Jon Gries Louie
Russell Clark Belle
Brian Thompson Bozworth
Merritt Butrick Richie
Ernie Sabella Dr. Harrison
Josh Richman Fritzy
Blair Tefkin Bernice
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