Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)

TV Movie   |  G   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Horror

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Fred suspects that his new music teacher is a vampire and sets out to prove his theory.

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  • Lucas Cruikshank in Fred: The Movie (2010)
  • Lucas Cruikshank in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)
  • Lucas Cruikshank in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)
  • Daniella Monet and Lucas Cruikshank in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)
  • Ariel Winter in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)
  • John Cena, Seth Morris, Daniella Monet, Jake Weary, Ariel Winter, and Lucas Cruikshank in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011)

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23 March 2018 | invisibleunicornninja
| An utter disaster.
These movies are terrible in pretty much every way. The only reason I'm writing a review is because I've been told that the story behind how I watched these movies is funny.

Around when this movie came out, I had never heard of Fred before. I also had little understanding of YouTube. When I was told by my friend that I should watch these movies because they were awesome, I believed her and went on Netflix to binge-watch them. This movie is shot like a YouTube video, so that confused me. The same friend had also told me about Five Nights At Freddie's, and I thought that it was the same thing because they both had "Fred" in the title. I thought that this movie was supposed to be a horror movie, and was a bit creeped out by all the nonsense in it and how Fred is a stalker. The next day, I told my friend that the movie was stupid and she said that I just didn't understand it and that I should watch the next two. So I did. The second movie is a confusing mess. The third movie doesn't even have a plot. There are a lot of dream sequences in this series. I found them very confusing. I don't think that you can use the excuse "its just a kids movie" for these things. When I watched them, I was around the target age range and I was confused, scared and annoyed by these movies. I don't see why anyone would watch them. They aren't even funny to watch ironically. If you want to have some fun, go on YouTube and watch the bulk review of all three movies on the channel "I Hate Everything." Its hilarious.

I'm not even going to write new reviews for the next two movies, I'm just going to copy/paste this review. These things are dumb - and by things I mean the Fred movies.

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