Must Watch: Second Full US Let the Right One In Trailer
Magnet has debuted the US version of the trailer for this year's best horror film, Let the Right One In. I know that it was only 5 days ago that we ran the first Swedish trailer, but this film needs to be seen for what it is and this trailer does a better job of showing US audiences why it's a great film. Even if you've seen that first trailer, I suggest you watch this one as well. I actually caught a second screening of this film the other night (courtesy of Mahalo Daily) and loved it even more the second time around. It truly is one of the best films of the year and everyone that sees it falls in love with it, too. And although this movie is about vampires, it's so much more than a horror movie, despite the way this trailer comes off. Enjoy!
Watch the US trailer for Let the Right One In:
You can also watch the Let the Right One In trailer in High Definition on IGN
Let the Right One In (aka Låt den rätte komma in) is directed by Swedish filmmaker Tomas Alfredson, of other foreigns films like Kontorstid and Four Shades of Brown. The screenplay was written by John Ajvide Lindqvist and is based on a book of the same name that Lindqvist wrote as well. This film first premiered in the US at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year and was picked up by Magnet Releasing as part of the "Six Shooter" series. Let the Right One In will arrive in very limited theaters (only in New York and Los Angeles as far as I know) starting on October 24th. Please go see this wonderful movie!
Reader Feedback - 13 Comments
Oooh, this looks good. An interesting direction to go for a vampire flick.
Reverend on Oct 2, 2008
Children are like Cats they are Mysterious and Spooky at the same time...
Markmos on Oct 2, 2008
What's really amazing is that it's decades past the time when you'd have thought the vampire genre had run dry, yet original films like this one just keep rolling out. I hope it's as good as the review contends, but I won't hold my breath for the remake.
vegeta on Oct 2, 2008
i hope there is no american remake in the works. this one will be fine. looks great.
Darrin on Oct 2, 2008
Yeah, looks good but can't wait for the reboot, rework, re-interpritation. Sarcasm aside it does look great, I might even go to the cinema to see this.
Crapola on Oct 3, 2008
@4 Alex already said there is a remake in the works. This looks good. Really good. I think I like the first trailer more because it gave less away. Since Alex has already seen it twice (man I live on the wrong coast), this fact does not bother him.
Film-Book dot Com on Oct 3, 2008
This is looking awesomer and awesomer! I hope they show this here in my town.
kevjohn on Oct 3, 2008
Why do international directors create such good thriller/horror movies? , damn Hollywood. Indie and International films for the win!
Nikhil Hariharan on Oct 4, 2008
Let the Right On In has won 15 Festival Prizes so far, Tribeca included (best narrative Feature). You can find all US release dates at Magnolia Pictures: http://www.magpictures.com/dates.aspx?id=3f16c245-97bb-4978-bbb8-f754d4f32785
Buddyross on Oct 4, 2008
COMING TO DENVER in NOVEMBER....sweeet
Heckle on Oct 8, 2008
looks great, and that girl is adorable
teamsolovictory on Oct 8, 2008
I read this book and it was GREAT...I was damn surprised to see they'd made a movie, and I can't wait to see it!!!!!!!!
Laure_lei on Oct 11, 2008
GREAT MOVIE BUT IT'S THEME IS LIKE UNFINISHED AND SOMETIMES CAN'T UNDERSTAND THE FULL STORY BUT LIKE I SAID IT'S A GREAT FILM AND I HOPE THERE WILL BE A SECOND PART DESCRIBING THE WHY OR THE PAST OF THE GIRL. AND AGAIN I LOVED THE FILM THE VAMPIRE LOOKS GREAT AND EVIL.
LESTAT_666 on Mar 24, 2009
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