I admit I didn't have much motivation to see Let Me In. This is due to the fact that many who saw the remake to the wonderful and quietly terrifying film Let the Right One In--dubbed it as being far too similar to its predecessor. I suppose I prefer this to the remake being a complete waste of space, but this review from my peers wasn't entirely hopeful either. For a remake to be good in my book it needs to do something new and exciting with its source material.
This week, NPR 's "All Things Considered" is running a fantastic series of interviews with film score composers. "You'll hear about the magic of the Wizard of Oz score, how 5/4 time inspired Halloween 's terrifying theme, and why a ... Read Post
It's official: U.S. audiences decided not to let in Let Me In. The U.S. remake of the Swedish vampire classic crashed and burned. But most other domestic horror remakes have been critical or box-office failures. Check out our damnin... Read Post