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fright

[AS. fryhto]
Extreme sudden fear.
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I rested me a little and went on; my blood was all in a fire; my heart beat as if I was in a sudden fright.
However, I did the child no harm; I did not so much as fright it, for I had a great many tender thoughts about me yet, and did nothing but what, as I may say, mere necessity drove me to.
The new Fright Night benefits from the eye-popping format and Gillespie and his special effects team fling blood and entrails at the camera with giddy abandon to justify the levy on the ticket price.
David Tennant, top right and main picture, stars with Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots and Colin Farrell in Fright Night
Film Freddie's getting by Former child star Freddie Highmore, right, with Emma Roberts, tells us about his new role in The Art Of Getting By, Showcase It's all right on Fright Night Film The 1985 tongue in cheek vampire movie Fright Night has been remade for the 3D generation Walk Central Middlesbrough, 2' miles The sounds of the 80s comes to the seaside in the shape of Tony Hadley, ABC and China Crisis, among others 80s Rewind 2011, Scarborough Open Air Theatre, tonight Music The music of Eva Cassidy Shows The story of tragic singer Eva Cassidy, who died of cancer at the age of 33, is being told in music at Billingham Forum Runners in the streets Event
The 1985 version of Fright Night was a surprise hit at the box office and spawned a lacklustre sequel and a computer game three years later.
The new Fright Fest includes four new scare zones, three new mazes, two new shows and extended park hours on weekends for the Halloween holidays.
She explained: "I was 18 and I was playing Jasmine in a production of Aladdin and it didn't have a good start because I didn't know I had stage fright.
HALLOWEEN was a fright night for police who arrested this sorry bunch.
London, Sept 21 ( ANI ): Salma Hayek has revealed that she backed out of her plan to star in a Broadway musical after suffering crippling bouts of stage fright.
Speaking of the time he went Awol, he has said: "That was play fright, not stage fright, it's a very different thing.
You went down a hill Which made me feel ill I shouted look out As the brakes gave out The lad on the bike Got such a fright When you swerved Did he say nerd I didn't quite hear With water in my ear From the duck pond Where the car came to rest My dress was a mess The car sank without trace The look on your face The car we could replace We walked home that night My nerves jangling in fright You kissed me goodnight As we sat on the wall Then I couldn't see you at all You fell on your head I thought you were dead You moaned and groaned But I brought you round I knew I had found My true love God knows why As I bathe my sore eyes.