Director Craig Gillespie has had an interesting career. After making his debut with the indie film Lars and the Real Girl, episodic television work ensued, followed by a contretemps over the studio comedy Mr. Woodcock, starring Seann William Scott, Susan Sarandon and Billy Bob Thornton that saw him removed from the project. His latest film is the adaptation/reboot of 1985’s horror-comedy Fright Night, starring Anton Yelchin as a Las Vegas high school kid who finds out his new neighbor (Colin Farrell) is actually a vampire. I recently had the chance to talk to Gillespie one-on-one about what attracted him to Fright Night, what he thought about shooting the movie in 3-D, and his next film, the genre mash-up Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Again, it’s all over at ShockYa, so click here for the full, fun read.