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The Adapted #2: Let The Right One In (2004)

Author: John Ajvide Lindqvist Original TitleLåt den rätte komma in Page: 480 Genre: Gothic, Horror Published by: Thomas Dunne Books in 2007 (transl. 728 more words

The Adapted

Can National Theatre of Scotland's 'Let the Right One In' Pave the Way for Horror on the Stage?

Throughout the National Theatre of Scotland’s Let the Right One In, adapted from John Ajvide Lindqvist’s novel and Tomas Alfredson‘s film, audiences are subjected to a parade of lyrically gruesome images: a man tied upside-down to a tree, his throat perfunctorily slit and drained into a bucket; another man literally self-effacing with acid; a diminutive teenage girl in a candy-pink sweater whose mouth brims with vomit when she actually tries to eat candy, and whose face cascades with blood every time she enters a home uninvited. 4,345 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday - Books to Talk About

This week’s top ten comes to us, as always, from the ladies over at The Broke & Bookish. To close out the first month of the new year, we’re talking about book club books. 1,705 more words

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Let The Right One In - a fan's fascination with an international cult hit

Vitaly Altoiz is a member of We, The Infected, an international Let The Right One In fan community. In May 2013, members of We, The Infected… 613 more words

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Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist. Translated by Ebba Segerberg

Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist and translated by Ebba Segerberg is for people who like their vampires monstrous. There are no cuddly creatures here, no misunderstood, sexy, brooding handsome young men, no one one who really has a soul, no one fighting an urge or repressing it with non-human blood substitutes. 427 more words

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