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London Film Festival reviews: Let Me In, Black Swan and low-budget ennui

By Prospect Team  

Flicking excitedly through this year’s London Film Festival programme, cinema-goers might have understandably winced at the sight of Let Me In. Not only is this yet another vampire movie but it’s an American remake of Let The Right One In, the much-loved Swedish film recently voted the 8th best horror movie of all time. Surely no good could come of this.

Wince not, however, for writer-director Matt Reeves has done a fine job with…

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