Can't get enough coverage of Matt Reeves' surprisingly well reviewed remake of Let the Right One in, titled simply Let Me In? No worries! We have nearly three dozen new images for ya to keep your interest!
With the Toronto International Film Festival 2010 now in full swing, you can expect many reviews for some big horror films to start rolling in. First up? Matt Reeves' controversial remake, Let Me In!
In our never ending quest to get you guys as much cool shit as possible, and get it to you first, we've gotten our hands on the latest TV spot for Matt Reeves' Let Me In before the television stations will start airing it. We're badass like that.
And the Let Me In viral train keeps right on chuggin' as a new box of mysterious goodies has found its way into our mailboxes. Oh, P.O. Box 666! We just never know what you're going to send next!
Every day we get something else! That's right, kids. Get ready for a new international trailer as well as some more stills from Matt Reeves' upcoming kiddie-vamp flick, Let Me In. Look for the film in theatres on October 1st, and for more dig on the ever so puzzling Let Me In website here.
I think the folks behind Let Me In are trying to set some form of record for viral internet trickery! Yet another bit of hidden goodness has slipped online and we've got the directions for you to go and dig on an age restricted behind-the-scenes clip.
And more Let Me In goodness comes crashing through the door. This time in the fashion of a new clip and two new bits of poster art that focus on everyone's favorite little vampire. Look for the flick in theatres on October 1st, and for more dig on the ever so puzzling Let Me In website here.
A veritable trio of new clips from Matt Reeves' vampire themed remake of Let the Right One In, entitled Let Me In, have just hit the interwebs; and we have them all for you here in one neat little spot! Check them all out below. Well, except for the one on IMDB. You have to go there to watch it since they haven't learned the magic of the embed code yet.
More viral shenanigans are taking place over on the official Let Me In website, and from what we hear, you code breakers out there will be handsomely rewarded for your brain-teasing skills! To get started, just hit up the Let Me In website and let us know what you find. If you find anything at all! *cues spooky music*
Some (as far as we're concerned) good news coming out for Hammer's upcoming adaptation of the Susan Hill book and Dread Central favorite, The Woman in Black. Turns out the flick won't be shooting in 3D after all, which suits the subtle tone of the book. Oh, and I bet you're looking for more casting news as well? We've got you covered, kids!
The first television spot for Matt Reeves' new child vampire chiller Let Me In has appeared, and we have it here for you free of all those other more boring ads. Look for the film in theatres on October 1st. Synopsis
So we've been tipped off that the first official clip for Matt Reeves' new child vampire chiller Let Me In is hidden somewhere on the official Let Me In website. We've got a few directions for you. Time to play detective! Apparently the clue to the clip's whereabouts is hidden somewhere within the red band trailer below. The tip was as follows: "Head to Owen's playhouse, the writing's on the wall." Pretty cryptic, no? Good luck, and let us know what you find below via our comments section.
Okay, code crackers! Time to sharpen your puzzle-solving skills once again as the official website for Let Me In has been updated with some more viral games for you to dig on. The premise is simple. Crack a code, get a prize like a new image, etc. Up for the challenge? Look for the film in theatres on October 1st courtesy of Relativity, Hammer, and Overture Films. Synopsis
We have really got to applaud the fine folks behind the unique viral marketing campaign for the upcoming film Let Me In. Just a couple of weeks ago some crime scene evidence came our way, and now today? A post card from the Otowi Station Science Museum in Los Alamos, New Mexico is here that has a message written in Morse Code on the back. Can you help us to crack what it says?