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New on DVD & Blu-ray, Week of February 1: 'Let Me In' and 'Never Let Me Go'

Posted by
Harley W. Lond on February 1, 2011

Love is in the air this week as we start to segue into Valentine's Day mode -- but our top two picks this week don't fall into the realm of conventional love stories. First up is 'Let Me In,' an Am...

Cinematical Seven: The Most Boring Movie Titles of 2010

Posted by
Jeffrey M. Anderson on December 17, 2010

James L. Brooks' 'How Do You Know' opens this week, and it may be hard to tell that title from any other movie currently playing, or indeed, to remember it at all. Coming up with a good title is a...

Matt Reeves Explains How Steven Spielberg Helped Shape 'Let Me In'

Posted by
Peter Hall on October 5, 2010

If I were to draw you a picture that explained my thoughts about an Americanization of 'Let the Right One In' a year ago, it would have been of a stick figure with a speech bubble filled with aster...

What's Happened to Horror at the Box Office?

Posted by
Peter Martin on October 4, 2010

October has long been considered "horror month," with a flood of horror books, TV shows, DVDs and Blu-rays all timed for release during the scariest 31 days of the year. This past weekend was no e...

'Let Me In' Star Kodi Smit-McPhee Is All About the Gore -- Oh, and Team Edward

Posted by
Anne Brodie on September 30, 2010

Kodi Smit-McPhee may not be very well-known on this side of the Atlantic, but the 14-year-old actor is actually part of an acting family -- his father Andy McPhee and sister Sianoa Smit-McPhee are bot...

Composer Michael Giacchino on 'Let Me In,' Monsters and the Movies in Your Head

Posted by
Todd Gilchrist on September 30, 2010

There are folks in Hollywood who hitch their wagons to the right horses, and then there's Michael Giacchino. A former video game composer who could have continued to enjoy a successful career in...

What to See This Weekend: 'The Social Network,' 'Let Me In'

Posted by
Gary Susman on September 30, 2010

What's scarier: an Ivy League brat with a billion dollars and a lot of grudges, or a pair of creepy, demonic little girls? Ask yourself that question as you ponder this weekend's new movie choices. ...

Matt Reeves, Director of 'Let Me In,' on Creating a Successful Remake

Posted by
Anne Brodie on September 30, 2010

Director Matt Reeves is a major player in the world of geek sci-fi, thanks to his inventive take on horror in 'Cloverfield.' It's quite the switch for the man behind TV's warm and fuzzy series 'Felici...

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