I realize this film is in limited release, but I cannot believe there's no discussion about it at HTF! Has anyone seen "Let The Right One In" yet? If you haven't, RUN (or hop on a plane, bus, whatever) to the nearest theater that's screening it and prepare yourself for one of the most haunting, eerie, creepy, and touching spins on vampire lore that you've ever seen. It's playing at the Harkins Valley Art in Tempe, AZ and I was fortunate enough to catch it this afternoon. I was the ONLY person in the theater until just before showtime, when two women walked in and sat down. It was just the three if us. It's been a long time since I've seen a film that got under my skin the way "Let The Right One In" did. I had my doubts for the first 20-30 minutes, but unbeknownst to me it had been secretly planting its hooks all along and then completely reeled me in for the duration. Time passed unnoticed. It is haunting, atmospheric, and disturbing, due in no small part to Kåre Hedebrant as Oskar and PARTICULARLY Lina Leandersson as Eli, the strange "girl" who moves into the apartment next door to him. She is absolutely a revelation in the role and manages to create a subtly layered character who is vulnerable, sweet, ferocious, dangerous, and disgusting. You feel revulsion at her acts of violence and animalistic tendencies, yet sympathy for her in the tenderness she's capable of, despite her nature. What a wonderful, wonderful film. One of the best I've seen in quite a while. HIGHLY recommended.