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Career Retrospective: Matt Reeves

29 October 2010 2:56 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Matt Reeves is just about to rock the horror world with his Hollywood remake of the Swedish flick Let The Right One In. The film is entitled Let Me In, and will arrive in cinemas across the UK on Friday 5th November. The movie revolves around a bullied young boy who befriends a young female vampire, who live is secrecy with her guardian. We’re going to have a review of the film up on the site within the next few days, but for now, let’s take a look at the career of it’s director… so far.

Let Me In is Reeves’ third feature, following his success with the 2008 mock-doc Cloverfield – you know, the movie that saw the Statue of Liberty’s head being tossed down a New York street in one of it’s early trailer previews, and his debut, The Pallbearer. Reeves is from the Jj Abrams stable. »

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Exclusive Interview: Let Me In Director Matt Reeves

1 October 2010 2:38 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

During my visit to Fantastic Fest in Austin Texas, I got an opportunity to sit down with filmmaker Matt Reeves. After graduating from the University of Southern California, Reeves co-wrote a script that eventually became Under Siege 2: Dark Territory and made his feature directorial debut with The Pallbearer. The film screened at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section but went on to make only $5.6 million domestically, delaying Reeves chances at a feature film career. Reeves used this time to co-create the television series Felicity with his friend Jj Abrams, whom he met at age 13 while they were both screening short films on a cable public access channel. In addition to writing, Reeves directed a handful of Felicity episodes including the pilot. He later got a opportunity to break out of "director's jail" with the Abrams-produced monster movie Cloverfield, which was a big hit. His »

- Peter Sciretta

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Matt Reeves is on Twitter

22 September 2010 12:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Filmmaker Matt Reeves is now on Twitter, you can follow him @mattreevesLA. And as always, you can follow us on Twitter at @slashfilm. After graduating from the University of Southern California, Reeves co-wrote a script that eventually became Under Siege 2: Dark Territory and made his feature directorial debut with The Pallbearer. The film screened at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section but went on to make only $5.6 million domestically, delaying Reeves chances at a feature film career. Reeves used this time to co-create the television series Felicity with his friend Jj Abrams, whom he met at age 13 while they were both screening short films on a cable public access channel. In addition to writing, Reeves directed a handful of Felicity episodes including the pilot. He later got a opportunity to break out of "director's jail" with the Abrams-produced monster movie Cloverfield, which was a »

- Peter Sciretta

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Matt Reeves brings an 'E.T.' perspective to 'Let Me In'

19 September 2010 1:53 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Matt Reeves has to be breathing at least half a sigh of relief at the moment.  The filmmaker has had a scattershot career helming the dramedy "The Pallbearer" and the shaky sci-fi epic "Cloverfield," but up until now his biggest achievement was probably co-creating and directing the pilot for "Felicity."  That all changed after the initial reviews came in for "Let Me In," Overture and Hammer Films' English language remake of 2008's "Let The Right One In." Retelling what is already recognized as a modern classic is a daunting task, but as critics have noted, Reeves has accomplished the rare feat »

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Second image emerges from ‘Let me In’

9 May 2010 1:14 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

It looks like Matt Reeves is coming out on the offensive regarding Let Me In, his remake of Swedish vampire thriller Let the Right One In, and he has to be: the backlash from fans of the original has been vitriolic. Even I had my doubts about an Americanized remake of such a stylish and unique horror film – but Reeves’ recent interview with the L.A. Times (where this new image comes from) has satiated my fears somewhat.

What surprised me reading the L.A. Times piece was the revelation that Reeves was actually responsible for the incredibly black David Schwimmer-starring comedy The Pallbearer, which is a Long way from the big budget extravaganza the was Cloverfield… Says Reeves:

I think because of ‘Cloverfield,’ people have an assumption, which is, ‘Oh, crazy handicam, he’s going to jazz it up,’ And I think that’s probably what a lot »

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