A sweet teen romantic horror Swedish film, beautifully shot and sensitively directed, that took home a whole host of awards upon its release and boasts a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
This bruised and brilliant fairy tale is one of the year's true originals. Time Out
It's a sweetly queasy film that suggests the spirit that sustains us, the demons we hide from the world, and the monsters that prey upon us in the dark might all be variations on the same beast. AV Club
The exceptional Swedish vampire film Let the Right One In warms your heart as it chills your blood, and that's the most disturbing thing about it. Toronto Star
Let the Right One In, Thomas Alfredson, 2008 (114 mins)