Like TCM if there were ten minute sequences of the Sawyer family fishing, admiring trains.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There’s an elegiac tone to Fright Night Part II, with traumatic fallout from the first film defining major character arcs and always underlining the narrative. Charlie Brewster (William Ragsdale), now in college and dating psychology student Alex (Traci Lind), begins the film in therapy, where his analyst has nearly convinced him that vampires are a fiction. He continues to believe the events of Fright Night were a mass hallucination, even after he himself is bitten during the course of the…