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‘Let Me In’ For The Blu-ray Experience

I’m a little late getting this press release posted, but no Thanksgiving holiday would be complete without a little vampire news, right?  Well I am pleased to announce that Anchor Bay will be bringing one of my favorite films of the year, Let Me In, to the Blu-ray format on February 21st.  I’m sure it goes without saying, this is the 2010 remake of the Swedish film Let The Right One In.  Remake or not, this movie still kicked arse and it stars one of my favorite up and coming actresses, Chloe Moretz.  The tech specs will see a 2.40:1 aspect ratio 1080p transfer with a take no prisoners Dolby TrueHD 5.1 surround track.  Put me down for two!

Bonus materials include the following:

  • An Exclusive Limited-Time Comic Book from Dark Horse Comics – Prequel to Let Me In
  • Audio Commentary with Director Matt Reeves
  • From the Inside: A Look at the Making of Let Me In
  • The Art of Special Effects
  • UNRATED Deleted Scenes
  • Car Crash Sequence Step-By-Step
  • Trailer Gallery
  • Poster Gallery
  • Blu-ray Exclusives: Dissecting Let Me In
  • Digital Copy of the Film

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ONE HECK OF A PROMOTER!!! Also a Dreamer, Producer, Agent of Love, Film Lover, Writer of Screenplays and a Devoted Apostle to all things Ford Mustangs (the real ones with V8's!). Some of my favorite films include FIGHT CLUB, MOULIN ROUGE, THE DARK KNIGHT, STAR WARS alongside television shows such as SEINFELD, 24, SANFORD & SON and even the often loathed in the geek community BIG BANG THEORY. Outside of my three lives I live I also enjoy spending time with my girlfriend and our three girls (of the furry kind).

4 Responses to “‘Let Me In’ For The Blu-ray Experience”


  1. Gregg Senko

    Going into this movie, I had no idea I would enjoy it as much as I did. What a great piece of work this was.

  2. Gerard Iribe

    Rental.

  3. Brian White

    Not a fan of that word.

  4. Aaron Neuwirth

    I’m a fan of the work done on the Cloverfield Blu-Ray enough to say that Matt Reeves knows how to handle special features, so I’m down for this one.