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<b><a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENMV00000800" title="Let Me In (movie) " href="/topic/entertainment/movies/let-me-in-%28movie%29--ENMV00000800.topic">'Let Me In'</a> (2010)</b>: Based on box office numbers, horror fans were skeptical about this reworking of the subtly haunting Swedish import "<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENMV00000244" title="Let the Right One In (movie)" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/let-the-right-one-in-%28movie%29-ENMV00000244.topic">Let the Right One In</a>." Yet apart from a few moves that ramped up the gore, the American translation retained the original's unsettling core, thanks in part to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000005174" title="Chloe Moretz" href="/topic/entertainment/chloe-moretz-PECLB000005174.topic">Chloe Moretz</a>'s chilling child vampire and director Matt Reeves' understatedly assured hand. If you want artful scares but subtitles leave you cold, this is an adaptation with teeth.
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'Let Me In' (2010): Based on box office numbers, horror fans were skeptical about this reworking of the subtly haunting Swedish import "Let the Right One In." Yet apart from a few moves that ramped up the gore, the American translation retained the original's unsettling core, thanks in part to Chloe Moretz's chilling child vampire and director Matt Reeves' understatedly assured hand. If you want artful scares but subtitles leave you cold, this is an adaptation with teeth.

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