Written December 06, 2008
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES, see the original swedish version
its so good the american version is bound to stink
Written January 17, 2009
Anyone who says that this movie sucks, is clearly an *******. Because it's fierce! And so help me if they make an "American Version". Oh wait...
Written November 04, 2010
Given that the film is originally from Sweden gives the film edge before even viewing it, but this film is mainly a series of events tied together. It's mainly centered on Oskar, who is being bullied by his classmates but never has the courage to strike back. Then he meets Eli, a girl who is about his age and they slowly start to fall for each other. But Eli is leaving out one little detail, she is a blood sucking vampire! With an implication that Oskar is lonely, he soons accepts the fact that she is one because he loves her. Eli is tied to bloody deaths around the town, but the director focuses more on Eli's and Oskar's relationship and there sides of the family rather than criminal investigations and the creature feature aspect. He does it simply by positioning the camera's in a wide shot where the action is happening. Unlike American horror, "Let the Right one In" excludes any crescendos and develops a nice storyline that keeps you interested, but everything appears blan.
Written January 12, 2009
It was highly entertaining- a refreshing and different vampire movie.
Written November 24, 2008
Alternately grotesque and heartwarming, this film offers a new take on the vampire flick and leaves enough unanswered questions to warrant a sequel. I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll just say it's well worth the price of admission.