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Firstly, I should point out that I am certainly no horror aficionado.
I found Don't Let Him In to be a movie with pace, a clear storyline (not always the case for horrors in my experience), a solid cast, quality editing, and good special effects and sound. There were nice touches of lightheartedness intermixed with nerve-shredding horror scenes. The plot was innovative and moved along at a good pace, and when the film ended, I felt that all questions had been answered.
Overall, the movie kept me entertained throughout and despite not being a horror fan, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Well done to all involved.
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