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Directors I like: Tomas Alfredson

I picked up a DVD of Let The Right One In from a charity shop back in my home town. It cost me something like £1.50 and judging by the front cover, (pictured below) I expected it to be an absolutely average horror movie, with the now done-to-death “scary small girl” trope dominating it. 848 more words

Director Spotlight: Matt Reeves

When writing my Dawn of the Planet of the Apes review, I found myself exploring the film in a way that I would not have if I had not set out to write a review. 1,391 more words

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

REVIEW: Let the Right One In - Apollo Theatre, London

Writer Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany’s beautifully sensitive version of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 Swedish horror novel Let the Right One In, turns this vampire tale, (though the ‘V’ word is never mentioned) into something more akin to a fairy tale; albeit a very bloody fairy tale. 416 more words


Let The Right One In at the Apollo Theatre


Let The Right One In is the captivating story of a young boy and girl, both respectively isolated from their peers and desperate to find company, an understanding voice in the quiet. 322 more words

Let the Right One In

Let me begin by saying that this story is very close to my heart. I first read the novel by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist back in 2004 and since then, the book – or story – has stayed with me. 641 more words


A short review of... Let The Right One In at the Apollo Theatre

I was very interested to see Let The Right One In: I hadn’t (and still haven’t) seen either film or read the novel so had nothing to compare it to, but the story sounded right up my street.   555 more words


This is how we do "chill" days, also a review of Let The Right One In, West End Production

So the last few days had been very hectic, walking many many miles. We were tired, and decided to “take it easy”. We slept in until 10:30am and went in search of a full English Breakfast.   506 more words