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Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In presented itself more of a drama than a horror movie but as we know horror movies come in all shapes and sizes. 743 more words

Who's the Real Monster?

Let the Right One In (2008) is a Swedish romantic horror film that revolves around two 12 year old children named Oskar, played by Kare Hedebrant, and Eli, played by three different people – Lina Leandersson as Eli the child, Elif Ceylan who provided the voice of Eli, and Susanne Ruben who played the elderly Eli (interesting trivia, eh?).  851 more words

The Vampire Inside

From the very start of Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In, it could already be felt that the movie was very dark. From the scene where Hakan was draining the blood of a man in the woods, there was already this subtle gothic horror to the movie. 790 more words

Beware of the Kids!

What’s notable about this particular film is that it’s the first film we’ve watched in class that doesn’t use the English language all throughout. Hence, this factor (at times) made me resort to looking at the English subtitles rather than watching what was actually going on in the movie. 500 more words

Who do we let in?

Let the Right One in is an eerie coming of age story that follows Oskar as he deals with the nuances of adolescence, romance and revenge. 718 more words

April Blind Spot Review: Let The Right One In (2008)

“I’m twelve. But I’ve been twelve for a long time.”
– Eli

SYNOPSIS: Oskar, an overlooked and bullied boy, finds love and revenge through Eli, a beautiful but peculiar girl. 341 more words


Letting the Right One In

Let the Right One In is not like any other horror movie, it’s a different kind of horror movie that takes you and lets you see different forms of pain, cruelty, love, and fear among children. 819 more words