After checking out the airing of grievances at the Loft's annual Festivus celebrations, I wandered upstairs to see Let the Right One In, a way-cool Swedish vampire flick. DiGiovanna is right when he says: "While Let the Right One In has a few jump-out-of-your-seat moments, its horror is more in the realm of the slow creep and a consistent sense of discomfort." Anyway, it's got lots of snow, which makes it an ideal film to see during your Christmas break.
The coming attractions suggest some great stuff on the way from kids at the Loft in 2009, including Repo: A Genetic Opera and a Godfather double-feature in late January.
Hardened by a decade-long prison sentence for a minor offense, a newly-released John Dillinger assembles a likable… More