Let Me In
Monday 17th January 2011
Icon Home Entertainment asks: Let Me In with the DVD and Blu-ray release of the haunting and provocative thriller on 14th March 2011, a critically acclaimed masterpiece that sets a new standard for Vampire movies.
Starring Chloe Moretz (Hit Girl in Kick-Ass) as Abby, Academy Award® nominee Richard Jenkins (The Visitor) as The Father, Kodi Smit-Mcphee (The Road) as Owen and written and directed by the celebrated Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), Let Me In is based on the best-selling Swedish novel Låt den Rätte Komma In (Let The Right One In) by John Ajvide Lindqvist. It has been universally lauded by critics and fully cements Moretz's position as the most exciting young actress of recent years.
Abby (Moretz) is a mysterious twelve year old who moves next door to Owen (Smit-Mcphee), a social outcast who is viciously bullied at school. In his loneliness, Owen forms a profound bond with his new neighbour, but he can't help noticing that Abby is like no-one he has ever met before. As a string of grisly murders grips his wintry New Mexico town, Owen has to confront the reality that this seemingly innocent girl is actually a savage vampire.
Let Me In marks the return of legendary British horror brand Hammer Films and is the first movie from the studio in over 30 years. The film is scored by Academy Award®, Emmy® and Grammy® winning composer Michael Giacchino (Up, Lost) and compliments this very different kind of vampire movie.
A poignant coming-of-age story as well as bone-chilling horror, it is also a haunting mediation on the difficult and often painful transition into adolescence. Evocative and gory yet touching, Let Me In is a modern classic and both the Blu-ray and DVD will be accompanied by a spellbinding array of special features.
- Audio commentary with Director Matt Reeves
- A look at The Making of Let Me In
- The Art of Special Effects /Let Me In TV Special
- Car Crash Sequence step by step
- Deleted Scenes
- Poster and Still Gallery
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.