ScreenRant: There are two types of people who are going to want to watch Let Me In: those who are all-too familiar with the Swedish novel-turned-movie which spawned this English-language remake, and those who have never heard the name Let The Right One In and are simply interested in a unique tale of adolescent romance and vampire drama.
When the production of Let Me In was announced, the general consensus of Let The Right One In fans was that Matt Reeves and Hammer Films had some serious ‘splainin to do.
Clickonline writes "October’s weird. In no other month do we celebrate its death by scaring the excrement out of ourselves. It’s a noble and dignified tradition.
The Halloween film is a generously nebulous term incorporating the bulk of the horror genre. Yet certain aspects of this horrific holiday mimic the unsteady shuffle of the undead – they’re not easily avoided!"