This is coming a little late, considering I missed it at this year’s Fantastic Fest, but I wanted to throw my in my voice in support of Let the Right One In. It’s a good film worth seeing in the theater, and one I think will be misunderstood by a lot of viewers. I’m still thinking about it enough after seeing it tonight that I’m considering looking for an English translation of the book. The movie has been written enough about online now that I won’t bother with a synopsis here, watch the trailer and then go see it while it’s still in theaters. What interested me most about it was the strange and sad dynamic between the two child leads, the different layers that make up their newly forming relationship- quietly insinuated rather than bluntly described. An interesting and memorable entry in a genre that is otherwise lifeless and drained of blood.