February 26, 2011

On why he thought LET THE RIGHT ONE IN was bad...

15 comments:

  1. The thing is I kind of agree with him. I've never liked horror movies where the villian is a little kid. I understand that there is supposed to be something psycholoically unsettling about the idea of a small child being a force of evil-but their usually more annoying then frightening. didn't like The Ring, or Orphan, or really any of those types of movies.

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  2. Have you seen Let the Right One In, Anon? It's not quite the same tonally as the films you mentioned: it's about the children, whereas movies like The Ring (and pretty much every other child-horror movie) focus on adults.

    You may not like it--especially if you really hate child-horror--but I think it's worth a watchin'.

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  3. My very favorite thing about this comic might be the slogans on your customers' t-shirts. And, well, the spittle of course.

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  4. The funny part to me is that it's not a girl.

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  5. green_rave: I hear they cut that part (of the story!) in the U.S. remake.

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  6. Except...she's not a girl!

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  7. Let the right one in? I haven't heard that before. Is it the same as Let Me In?

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  8. Oh, the original is foreign. Okay I get it now.

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  9. Am I the only one who found it funny that he says he could KICK Chloe Mortez's ASS?

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  10. Haha, she'd rip him half.

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  11. @J.D. Coughlan - Well technically, he's not talking about Chloe Moretz. She's in "Let Me In", not "Let the Right One In".

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  12. The "girl" vamp in Let the Right One In is FAR scarier than Hit Girl's version.

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  13. Let The Right One In was a GREAT movie! If you dislike it because its about a "a little girl vampire and that's lame cause anyone could just kick her ass" you are completely missing the point

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  14. Even though she's not actually... aw fuck!

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