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.
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."
- 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