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Thinking back over the stage version of Let the Right One In at the Apollo Theatre

Let The Right One In wasn’t a Hammer House of Horrors cheese-scare. Nor was it a convoluted story about a secret society of vampire and vampire hunters.

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Industrial Media - Analysis and Reflection 2 - Q 2 Clown Train review

Clown Train

This six minute film creates tension from the opening frame and continues to build the tension throughout with the creative use of sound, colour, framing and shot construction. 929 more words


Books Read in 2014 - 47. Let the Right One in - John Ajvide Lindqvist

Genre: Horror, Vampires

Narrative Style: Third person chronological

Rating 5/5 

Published: 2009

Format: Paperback

Synopsis: Oskar a loner, bullied at school and friendless, is over the moon when he meets Eli, the girl who moves into his apartment block. 549 more words

Book Reviews

Review: Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

Also known as “Let Me In,” this is another book that was made into a movie. Translated from the original Swedish, LTROI is a creepy vampire tale with many characters and interweaving plot lines. 246 more words

Book Blog

Let The Right One In Review

Let the Right One In is a modern masterpiece in horror, something that we can rarely say these days, and even more surprising was that it involved vampires. 616 more words


Review: 'Let the Right One In' (Play) @ Apollo Theatre

A last minute ticket purchase and a cheeky upgrade to front row balcony seats, it was always a bit of a gamble seeing something I was completely unfamiliar with. 667 more words

Theatre Reviews

Let The Right One In review: A compelling love story with stunning staging

Let The Right One In – Apollo Theatre

Rating: ★★★★★

Approaching the end of its run at the Apollo Theatre is John Tiffany’s acclaimed production of Let The Right One In. 557 more words