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Let the Right One In (movie)

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  • 'Daybreakers': Shedding light on the subsiders

     
    SCENE STEALER Patrick Kevin Day talked to Steven Boyle, the creature effects man behind "Daybreakers'" hordes of vampires, about the inspiration for the mutated Subsiders' appearance. You can read his previous Scene Stealer interviews and Liesl Bradner'...
  • 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' stakes its claim to greatness

     
    L.A. TIMES BOOK REVIEW Hero Complex contributor Gina McIntyre digs into a new horror novel and finds herself surprised by the undead success... It would be easy to dismiss the new book "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" as little more than......
  • 'The Vampire Diaries': A storm brings buried secrets to the surface

     
    Tonight's "Vampire Diaries" episode is called "Let the Right One In." After last week's episode, Stefan and Elena are stronger than ever, as are Matt and Caroline, it seems. Though Bonnie is still mourning her grandmother off-screen, I'm looking forward.....
  • A first look— Let Me In

     
    The kid from Kick-Ass, Chloe Moretz (pictured) stars, along with the kid from The Road. And Richard Jenkins. Let Me In is the remake of the cult ht  Swedish vampire thriller Let the Right One In. You can tell that just from the photo. Chilling. Remember....
  • Is 'Monsters' this year's 'District 9'? A fanboy guide to the Los Angeles Film Festival

     
    LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL The Los Angeles Film Festival strives to be both urban and urbane with its move downtown and its far-ranging program of foreign films and serious documentary fare, but take a closer look and you'll notice this......
  • 'Let Me In' trailer is a shocker -- the film actually looks good

     
    Among the filmmakers I've interviewed over the past couple of years, there's one movie they mention again and again and again: "Let the Right One In." The 2008 Swedish film directed by Tomas Alfredson that is both startling and somehow......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: Slowly but surely, 'Let Me In' builds some goodwill

     
    "Let Me In" began the long, Scandinavian road to fan acceptance Saturday, as Overture Films, director Matt Reeves and the cast went in front of the Comic-Con faithful to plead their case. Director Reeves, evincing the look of a Silicon......
  • Daniel Radcliffe on his tearful 'Harry Potter' farewell -- and his scary acting future

     
    EXCLUSIVE: Dan Radcliffe cried on his final day on the "Harry Potter" set but now he's looking forward to losing the glasses and getting serious with "The Woman in Black," which is part of the Hammer Films revival....
  • The Phenom films of the Fall? Here are a few that fit that bill.

     
    I've been at early screenings for a lot of fall films, and in the process I've been trying to get a handle on the early fall box office and big award contenders.   There may be an Oscar nomination or two in a few of the usual places (the “Wal...
  • Hardy’s in, Fassbender’s out of “Tinker, Tailor Soldier Spy”i

     
    One fo the great spy novels, John Le Carre's chatty, cerebral mole thriller, “Tinker, Tailer Soldier Spy” was already a pretty good British TV miniseries. In the 70s, mind you. Tomas Alfredson of “Let the Right One In” is about...
  • Movie review: Let the Right One In -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Just when you think you've seen pretty much everything that can be done with that exhausted horror genre, the vampire picture, somebody comes along with a new twist. A couple of years ago, it was the Russian "balance of terror" thrillers Night Watch and...
  • Tribeca fetes vampires

    Tribeca fetes vampires
    New York's Tribeca Film Festival announced the winners of its jury awards, with the Swedish-made coming-of-age/vampire film "Let the Right One In" winning the Founders Award for best narrative feature. Other top awards went to Huseyin Karabey as best new...