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Trailer: Don’t Let Him in (2011)

Trailer: Don’t Let Him in (2011)

Two couples spend a weekend in the country, only to cross paths with a brutal serial killer. As the body count rises, suspicion spirals into paranoia, climaxing in a terrifying battle for survival.

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2 comments

  1. The UK Premiere is this Sunday 12 June 7 pm. at the BAFTA Cinema in Princess Annes Theatre, 195 Piccadilly, London
    Trying to summon up the courage to be there!
    PSYCHO

    • Pierre de Frenaula said:
      Every now and again, something ‘special’ in the film world comes along, and this is one of those occasions:-
      Considering a very limited budget this is a real ‘gem’ of a film (85mins) and is classic 70′s style horror. Apparently the director elected to shoot on 16mm film and to have professional sound applied(Technicolor). These were wise, if expensive, decisions, as both mediums capture that period and give the film real depth and rich audio quality.
      The storyline, seemingly simple, intrigues as it expands, with various sub-plots and several characters (in self-defence/or not)capable of gruesome killings.
      Plenty of breath-holding, seat gripping moments, and sufficient gore, courtesy of the excellent special effects. These chilling moments are interlaced with delicious cameos of subtle humour (the policeman’s character and delivery!) and the villains crazy dance through the woods in the final shot….both, original and superb.
      Most of my colleagues, having seen the trailer, are desperate to see the film on the big screen and keep asking if I know of a release date……unfortunately, I’m not that ‘in the know’! (ED. ANY INSIDER INFO?)
      [However, I believe distributors are in advanced discussions….so hopefully, with an obvious demand, it won’t be too long!!!!!!!!!!!!!]

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