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Ratings & Reviews

  1. S Campbell's rating of the film Fright

    Nasty but entertaining baby sitter in peril film

  2. pirri's rating of the film Fright

  3. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Fright

    This early entry in the 'babysitter' horror film subgenre is pretty weak. All of its narrative devices either haven't aged well or are too slight to begin with, making Fright underwhelming because it lacks, well, fright. It's too drawn out and patient for its own good, lacking a diabolical unease that a film of this genre needs. Sadly, it's without many scares and never goes for the jugular even in its horror.

  4. Henri de Corinth's rating of the film Fright

    First 67 minutes are fun and disturbing, last 20 minutes are rote and boring.

  5. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Fright

    A bit dated and cheesy at times, but mostly a pretty decent psycho-thriller. Susan George is a little too over the top in the lead, but the rest of the cast is good, particularly Ian Bannen as the psychotic villain. Maybe not quite a classic, but a solid, well-made piece of work.

  6. Danny Bailey's rating of the film Fright

    Had Hitchcock directed this film, the right balance between good acting, and good suspense would have been leveled. The suspense was all there, but the acting tended to go on overkill. Still you cannot deny Ian Bannen's chilling performance.