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!
Horror fans? We're rabid. We notice everything sooner or later, and we're certainly not afraid to call someone on their bullshit, and that's exactly what has happened pertaining to Magnolia's English subtitle track on their release of Let the Right One In.
Magnolia will finally roll out Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In under their genre arm Magnet’s Six Shooter film series starting next Friday, October 24th, and finally we can tell you where you’ll need to go to see it!
Those lucky bastards over at IGN got their hands on the official trailer for Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In, which Magnet will unspool in New York and LA on October 24th as part of their Six Shooter Film Series. It’s subtitled, not dubbed, which makes me happier than it probably should.
Just the other day we let you know about Cloverfield helmer Matt Reeves being chosen as the director of the Let the Right One In remake, and while the selection is “eh” to most of us, Tomas Alfredson, director of the brilliant
I was completely unaware that Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In (review) was even being optioned for a remake, considering it's such a new film. The vampire tale has caught the eye of Hammer Films, and a certain monster director has been tapped to helm the U.S. adaptation.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Kåre Hedebrant, Lina Leandersson, Per Ragnar, Henrik Dahl Directed by Tomas Alfredson
Vampire movies have pretty much become a dime a dozen. Add fangs ... instant movie. Yet sometimes one will rise above the pack and stand out as something special. Tomas