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A horror film based on King’s cult novel Let the Children In was filmed in Russia (it turned out great – check it out soon!)

A horror film based on King’s cult novel Let the Children In was filmed in Russia (it turned out great – check it out soon!)
A horror film based on King’s cult novel Let the Children In was filmed in Russia (it turned out great – check it out soon!)

Still from the film ‘Let the Children In’

Usually such attempts were failures, not triumphs.

The Russian film industry is often criticized for adaptations that are “not Senka’s style.” Either the budget is not enough, or the special effects are worthless, or the director has crooked hands. There are often comments along the lines of: They would continue to film police series for three kopecks, but would not bother with normal cinema. The rule is complete nonsense!

And this was triumphantly proven by the aspiring director Alexander Domogarov Jr. He ventured into the holy of holies – the film adaptation of Stephen King’s story “Let the Children In”, and even made a horror film. And even if you look at the trailer, it’s pretty decent!

By the way, Domogarov is the son of ‘that one’ and also a skier from ‘Yelok’, but he has changed his mind about being an artist. And as the film adaptation of the film adaptation of the king of horror showed, this was not for nothing. Storyline? Yes to the shaking! The grumpy teacher suspects her students of demonic activities and of course goes crazy because of this.

Fans know: Domogarov Jr. did not make the first attempt to film King in Russia. The writer readily gives film rights to aspiring directors around the world. The king of horror even has a ‘King List’ where student filmmakers can buy the film rights to his work for a dollar.

A horror film based on King’s cult novel Let the Children In was filmed in Russia (it turned out great – check it out soon!)

Still from the movie ‘Let the Children In’

Domogarov bought it, got permission, all the way back in 2012 (but there was no money then) and made a movie, and what a movie it was! By the way, the film took three whole years to put together. But the film finally saw the light of day and it turned out to be great, and not just “that sad Russian word.” Find out for yourself and spend the evening watching popcorn! You definitely won’t regret it. And if you regret it, it’s King’s fault, and not the domestic film industry, which is leaping into a bright future!

Source: Popcorn News

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