Sister Location (also known as Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location) is a 2000 American direct-to-video musical comedy-drama film directed by Larry Latham and produced by Leslie Hough and David K. Lovegren.



  • Matthew Broderick as Michael Afton, a technician. He often watches television to escape from the hardships of his life. He later reveals himself to be Terrence from Five Nights at Freddy's 4, only older.
  • Sarah Silverman as Circus Baby, a young, female clown/jester animatronic who keeps secrets from those around her. She is the younger sister of Ennard.
  • Grey DeLisle as Ballora, a ballerina animatronic and mother figure of Baby. Ballora gets around by dancing gracefully with her eyes shut and only uses her sense of hearing.
  • Stephen Furst as Funtime Freddy, an animatronic panda bear. He tends to be eccentric and obnoxious, but has a heart of gold.
  • Max Casella as Bon Bon, a rabbit hand-puppet on Funtime Freddy's right hand.
  • John Lightgow as Funtime Foxy, an animatronic arctic fox. He is passionate about poetry and theatre acting.
  • Christopher Lloyd as Ennard, a villainous animatronic clown with tricks up his sleeve. He is the older brother of Baby.
    • Michael Lanning as Ennard (Singing Voice).
  • Quinton Flynn as Lolbit, an arctic and red fox hybrid who is capable of manipulating screens and monitors. He can also cause technical errors and travel through television screens.
  • James Earl Jones as Yenndo, the unknown endoskeleton of a bear animatronic. He is incapable of showing emotion.
  • Tara Strong as Bonnet, she is a pink little bunny who is best friends with Bon Bon and secretly likes him, she is also friends with Baby.
  • Anne Hathaway as Bidybab(s) and Electrobab, twin toddlers animatronics who are the younger siblings of Baby and Ennard.
  • Helena Bonham Carter as Minireena(s), a quartet of miniature animatronic ballerinas who are the students of Ballora.
  • Kay E. Kuter as HandUnit, an annoying AI voice within a monitor. He acts as Michael's guide for working with the animatronics.
  • Edie McClurg as the Computer voice, a female AI voice that acts as a motion detector.


The film was released on October 7, 2000.


Home Video

While the film didn't do so good at the box office, it found life on VHS.

The movie now has a DVD & Blu-ray.


The film started production as of 1997, two years after the famous first fully CGI movie, Toy Story.


The film holds a rating of 81% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 200 reviews, with an average rating of 8.5/10.

The film didn't do surprisingly good at the box office, getting old 7 million dollars.

The site's consensus reads, "Eccentrically funny, but sometimes unexpectedly dark, Sister Location is a rather unique addition to the franchise, even if it doesn't capture the charm of its predecessors."


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  • It is the first canonical spin-off to the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise. Though, FNAF World was the first spin-off, it is non-canonical to the franchise.
  • There is epilogue in the post-credits scene of Sister Location that foreshadows the events of Five Nights at Freddy's 6, being the aftermath/sequel to Five Nights at Freddy's 3. One of which shows a scene of Springtrap surviving the fire of Fazbear's Fright.
  • Sister Location just passed the Heart Detention special
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