I've always seen this as an updated version of 'Rear Window'. We've got a kid on house arrest instead of a man in a wheelchair, but the rest pretty much lines up.
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What if your neighbor turned out to be a blood-sucking fiend and no one believed you? This tale explores just that.
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The current remake of ^the above title. I haven't seen it yet, but it looks to be about the same story.
A take on the 'creepy neighbor' story in which said neighbor is a werewolf who wants to jump your bones. Pulls a lot from the 'Fright Night' storyline-still quite entertaining.
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Can I say this is the original? It's the first I ever saw in this category. James Stewart is wheelchair-bound and thinks he sees a murder take place across the street. Was it just his cooped-up mind playing tricks on him, or is there really a killer next door? Great film.
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Talk about crazy neighbors. This movie always makes me laugh and it has Corey Feldman.
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I'm not a Woody Allen fan, but I caught this one late at night and figured I would fall right to sleep watching it. It has that did he or didn't he mystery quality about it, and it kept me guessing although that is not too difficult.
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