Let the Wrong One In


Comedy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
IMDb Rating 6 10 125

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April 01, 2022 at 08:17 AM



Anthony Head as Henry
922.06 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by amandahaskins-23672 7 / 10

Worth a watch

Enjoyed this movie very much. All cast picked perfectly and blended very well together. I laughed so much. The special effects were veru good. This move is a vampire shaun of the dead. Definitely worth a watch.

Reviewed by kosmasp 6 / 10

Brotherly love

With the added vampire experience by the one and only Anthony Stewart Head. A great funny role he has here, even if he is not front and center. But he lends quite a lot of gravitas. And his acting choices ... genius - even if it is only a facial expression for example.

Overall the humor is hit and miss. The logic is out of the window (with sunlight obviously "hitting" characters at time without it affecting them, vampires not being shown in mirrors but through video calls and other stuff like that) ... if you don't mind those things, you can have quite some fun with this. And you really shouldn't overthink it.

If you are an animal friend, you might have some issues (emphasis on some, not less or more) with how a certain pet is treated ... but maybe in the end you can have a laugh! Pun intended.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 5 / 10


Matt's older brother Deco turns up with a hangover one morning - like always - and when he's let in, it turns out that he needs more than just some aspirin and sleep. His new fangs prove that he's been attacked by the vampires that haunt Dublin, led by the ex-fiancee of Henry (Anthony Head, Giles of Buffy the Vampire Slayer), once just a trainspotting history lover, now a vampire killing cab driver.

Obviously taking its title from Let the Right One In, this is a comedy take on vampires filled with more gore than you'll see in several undead movies.

Director Conor McMahon made Stitches a few years back. This is a big movie for the director and feels like exactly something Shudder would pick up, just like 2019's Thirst. The film also boasts lush scenery - and some Dublin dives - including Ringsend, as well as the Bram Stoker Museum/Castle Dracula in Clontarf.

While it's played for laughs here, the metaphor of drug addiction being like vampirism and you make the problem worse when you invite the person into your life - or the vampire inside your home - is a solid one. It may not contribute much new to vampiric lore - seeing Giles teach a young kid about sandlewood stakes is a nice touch - but it's the kind of movie that is out to make you laugh, cheer and shout out loud.

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