Notes from the Manager
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Duncan (Angie's boyfriend) is a quiet guy. He'll talk more, sooner or later.
I saw Fright Night on Saturday and thought it was a blast. There are a few dodgy CG effects, particularly with a few cheesy shit-flying-at-you shots obviously meant to show off the 3D effects (I saw it in 2D), but the script by Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Marti Noxon plays like a mash-up of Freaks & Geeks, Buffy and The Lost Boys, with Colin Farrell and David Tennant added in. It hasn't done well at the box office, so see it soon.
Did anyone else check out Fright Night this weekend?
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