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Another Great New UK Quad Poster for Matt Reeves' Let Me In

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September 17, 2010
Source: Empire

Matt Reeves' Let Me In

I know we've featured a lot of posters for Matt Reeves' Let Me In, but we've got yet another one today that is worth pointing out, at the least because I think the film still deserves all the attention it can get (read my glowing review). Empire debuted the new UK quad poster which you can see below. Quads are interesting to see for Let Me In, because the original quad for Let the Right One In is one of the best designs ever made, so comparisons can be made. As for the films themselves, I'll honestly say that they're both worth seeing, and I hope everyone sees Let Me In when it opens, as I do think it is on par with the original and it does kick ass.

Let Me In Poster

A bullied young boy (Smit-McPhee) befriends a young vampire girl (Moretz) who lives with her guardian.

Let Me In is both written and directed by American filmmaker Matt Reeves, who's feature directorial debut was J.J. Abrams' Cloverfield but prior to that he directed episodes of "Felicity" and various other TV shows. This is a remake of Tomas Alfredson's 2008 film Let the Right One In, or more specifically a re-adaptation of the Swedish novel Låt den rätte komma in written by John Ajvide Lindqvist. Overture Films is bringing Let Me In to theaters everywhere starting October 1st this fall. I highly suggest seeing this at its opening!

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Reader Feedback - 11 Comments

1

love the poster, cannot wait to see this.

Xerxex on Sep 17, 2010

2

I like this poster more than most of the others.

ProMovieBlogger on Sep 17, 2010

3

I don't find so much special about it. Regular photoshop work.

ryderup on Sep 17, 2010

4

It better be good if they are remaking a film that is only 2 years old. That normally irritates the hell out of me.

JTMoney on Sep 17, 2010

5

I like the poster, but I can due without the slogan

L on Sep 17, 2010

6

I finally saw this over the weekend and thought it was pretty good. I heard so much about it that by time I watched it I didn't enjoy it as much as I anticipated. So I guess I am looking foward to the American version to enjoy it for whatever twists that may take. Still not a fan of remakes.

Eli on Sep 17, 2010

7

This poster is infinitely better than Chloe making a snow angel.

Tether on Sep 17, 2010

8

This poster sucks.

That Awesome Norwegian Dude on Sep 18, 2010

9

This look a outstanding poster for let Me in Cannot wait to see this Just to see if it differs from the Original.

Cinprog on Sep 18, 2010

10

i was so against this when it was announced...iv been completely won over now

memz on Sep 18, 2010

11

I as a european don't get it why the US have always to remake the movies? Is there a issue with movies from over the board of the US and the countries, they maybe didn't know. Or maybe they don't like scandinavian or japanese faces etc. hmmm sad sad sad.

MFX on Sep 22, 2010

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