Let Me In
Father's Day: the hallowed holiday where we celebrate dads everywhere, even the shining examples of fatherhood that see fit to terrorize their offspring as if they were the enemy. Wait! Those aren't the dads we want to celebrate! They're part of the problem!
If you follow the horror genre at all, then you know that winning a Saturn Award is akin to taking home Oscar gold (since horror is generally overlooked by the Academy Awards, this year notwithstanding), and the prestige of taking home that golden symbol of all that is great about our beloved genre is an achievement that is definitely worth celebrating.
The 37th Annual Saturn Awards show is history, and we've got all the details on the winners and more! Read on for the gory details, and big time congratulations to everyone who took home that precious, precious gold!
It's that time of year again: The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for its 37th Annual Saturn Awards. From the Press Release:
Despite having only several titles released this week in our beloved genre, some of them are deemed very worthy of our hard-earned dollars.
With the Blu-ray and DVD release of Let Me In (Blu-ray / DVD review here) quickly approaching, we nabbed a couple of behind-the-scenes clips for you guys to dig on to get you all sweaty with anticipation! Dig it! From the Press Release
Surprisingly enough, Matt Reeves' remake of Let the Right One In, entitled Let Me In (Blu-ray / DVD review here), ended up kicking an unusual amount of ass. Still on the fence about it? How about checking out a Blu-ray or DVD on us?
While promoting the DVD and Blu-Ray release of his latest endeavor, Let Me In, Matt Reeves took some time to chat with Dread Central about its release and how Hitchcock influenced his style for his take on John Lindqvist’s story of isolation and adolescence, his incredible cast, and what’s in store for the writer/director now that the film is debuting on home video February 1st.
Let Me In pulled off the near impossible by being one of the better remakes that absolutely no one had any faith in, and now that the flick is hitting both Blu-ray and DVD on February 1st, we've got the skinny on what will be included.
One of this year's better remakes will hopefully be one of next year's best Blu-rays and DVDs. Matt Reeves' Let Me In will be coming home next February and we've got the 411 right here for ya! From the Press Release
2010 is starting to wind down, which means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up are The People's Choice Awards, which have a new category this go-round for Favorite Horror Movie. Here are some of the genre nominee highlights:
Every now and again you'll see a deleted scene from a movie and wonder to yourself, "Why in the world didn't they include that in the film?" This is one of those times. Below you'll find a deleted scene, a very good deleted scene, that's been circling around the Net recently for Matt Reeve's take on Let Me In for Hammer. Dig it and wonder why it was cut below.
Still on the fence about whether or not to see Let Me In this weekend? Well, the film's new red band clip that features Chloe Moretz's Abby doing what vampires do best might help sway you in favor of making the trek to the multiplex.
The haunting Let the Right One In (review) was hailed by critics and fans alike so expectations are high for the remake. Will Let Me In be compared favorably to the Swedish film, or should it be more appropriately compared to the novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist? The time has finally arrived for the fans to decide for themselves!