Let the Right One 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!
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.
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!
Another chilly bit of artwork for Matt Reeves' Let Me In was released today by Overture Films and as per usual it's waiting right here for you to dig on!
Looking forward to Matt Reeves' upcoming remake of Let the Right One In, titled simply Let Me In? Good! You should be! It's surprisingly well done, and to get you in the spirit of things, we're giving away some exclusive Let Me In prize packages!
Usually our brothers in the UK get much better posters than we do. Not this time though. Gaze upon the Twilight-like horrors the official Let Me In quad poster has in store for you!
You want clips from Matt Reeves' surprisingly well reviewed remake of Let the Right One in, titled simply Let Me In? Don't worry, kids! we've got your hook up! Eight of them in fact! Watch at your own risk though as they're rife with spoilers. Then again, aren't all clips?
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.