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The Graphic Horror Blogathon: Let The Right One In

Bubbawheat is hosting a fun event over at Flights Tights and Movie Nights.  It’s   called Graphic Horror  Blogathon and it’s dedicated to  films that are stylistic enough to have their own comic series  or at least full… 508 more words

Reviews

Let the Right One In on Stage

Why Didn’t I Know about This?

Let the Right One In is my favourite movie of the 21st Century.   I think the famous swimming pool segment is one of the most stunning, brilliantly composed scenes in all of film, right up there w/the shower scene in… 150 more words

Video

A&E set to 'Let the Right One In'

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

After using already established properties for their two biggest scripted dramas (Bates Motel, the reimagining of Psycho’s early days and the U.S. 211 more words

Film

A&E Will Remake 'Let The Right One In' As A Series With The Creator Of MTV's 'Teen Wolf'

A few years ago, an American remake of Let the Right One In hit theaters in the form of Let Me In. Unfortunately, that film ended up bombing at the box office with only $24 million made internationally off a $20 million budget. 227 more words

TV

TVLine Items: Teen Wolf Boss Has the Right Stuff, Fresh Schitt's and More

It seems werewolves and vampires can work together, after all.

Teen Wolf showrunner Jeff Davis and actor Brandon Boyce (who portrayed Dr. Vandenburg on the MTV series) are teaming with A&E to adapt Swedish vampire flick… 276 more words

News

Vampires are Forever

So, my post wins the prize which is a pass to the India Today Conclave (https://theteacerebration.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/the-vision/), and it was a write-up which was based on the vampire universe, with the Vampire Bat at the centre, showing the great uncle, how he has remade the world. 958 more words

Movies

Let The Right One In: Poor Oskar

I am a fan of Scandinavian countries mainly because a good number of heavy metal bands that I listen to come from countries like Finland and Sweden; their songs through its lyrical themes and instrumentation can be as gloomy and depressing as the winter season in those areas of the globe. 697 more words