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Christopher Nolan's sci-fi thriller and Frank Darabont's horror comic adaptation topped the film and television fields in the nominations for the 37th annual Saturn Awards.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in February 2011 including the debut of "The Adventures of Dr. McNinja," "Let Me In," "Witchfinder" and more.
Spinoff Online spoke with the director and star of Let Me In about their creative process, the difficulties of adapting the Swedish novel for an American audience and much more.
Let Me In, which had its U.S. premiere last night at Fantastic Fest, is a great adaptation that respects its source material -- the acclaimed Swedish novel and movie Let the Right One In -- while successfully relocating the story to small-town America.
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December 2010 including "The Occultist," "Mighty Samson," "The Guild: Vork," "Let Me In" and more.
The first U.S. television spot for Let Me In, Matt Reeves' adaptation of Let the Right One In, markets the chilling vampire romance/thriller as standard Hollywood horror fare, complete with overwrought gravelly voiced narration.
The first clip has been released online from the vampire romance/thriller Let Me In, Matt Reeves' adaptation of the bestselling Swedish novel Let the Right One In and the acclaimed film of the same name. Let Me In will have its U.S. premiere on Sept. 23 before opening nationwide on Oct. 1.
The viral site for Matt Reeves' vampire romance/thriller Let Me In has been updated with four riddles that, when solved, unlock five unsettling stills from the upcoming film. An adaptation of the bestselling Swedish novel Let the Right One In and the acclaimed movie of the same name, Let Me In opens nationwide on Oct. 1.
The Comic-Con International premiere of an extended trailer for Let Me In seems to have gone a long way in convincing fans that Matt Reeves' horror-romance remains true to the acclaimed Swedish film and novel on which it is based.
Overture Films has released the international trailer for Let Me In, the Matt Reeves vampire romance/thriller based on the acclaimed novel Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist and the Swedish film adaptation of the same name. The movie opens on Oct. 1.
Overture Films has released the first stills from Let Me In, director Matt Reeves' remake of the acclaimed 2008 Swedish romantic horror film about an alienated boy who develops a relationship with a vampire child.