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Synonyms for fright

Synonyms for fright

great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

an unsightly object

Synonyms for fright

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Chicago Frights is three days and four nights of Halloween networking, sharing scary ideas, learning new techniques, buying special effects and frightfully good times," says Leonard Pickel, Show Coordinator and 35 year veteran of the fright attraction industry.
One of the sleeper hits of the '80s, Fright Night has now been reawakened from its crypt for this horror-comedy resurrection.
Creators Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson hark back to an era when frights weren't just about slaughtered teens.
First Frights game, developed by Torus Games, players take on the role of young Scooby-Doo and teenage versions of the newly formed Mystery, Inc.
Blending creative applications of video technology with compelling storytelling and on-camera performances, Night Frights has developed a library of characters and experiences that convey a sense of fun and play to a holiday that has, of late, been steeped in less family-friendly offerings centered on blood and gore.
Haunted Express is Philadelphia's scariest new haunted attraction that visits more than 15 of Center City's Frights & Sights on a 1-hour ghoulish adventure aboard a double decker bus.
TM) Night of 100 Frights for the Xbox(R) videogame system from Microsoft.
2 -- color) Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights is one of THQ's more family-oriented fare.
From teen screams to royal wrecks to a tart-tongued television hostess, 2001 has offered up a plethora of fashion frights and low-camp vamps.
The following is a list of the frights available at this year's Fright Fest.
For less intense thrills, the Joker's Hideout offers a gore-free zone of frights inspired by Gotham City's arch-villain.
Horror movie maniacs won't want to miss Universal City Cinemas' Night Frights Film Festival.
Just crisp, huge, up-close photographs of real-life frights.