Chloe Moretz, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Richard Jenkins, Elias Koteas
years ago if somebody said that word, it would conjure up terrifying images of
undead Transylvanians or disfigured night dwellers. However, these days the first thing that pops into most
people’s minds is Robert Pattinson’s high cheekbones, pale skin, and
meticulously tussled pompadour.
It’s a shame really; young vampires used to be a terrifying force to be
reckoned with (a la The Lost Boys.) Now, they’re somehow sex symbols that
women swoon over. Thankfully, Let Me In has decided to do so