Films: Let Me In (2010)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: You've heard it before. Less than a decade ago, we delved into the story of a young boy and the love that blossomed between him and a gender-neutral kid who just so happened to be a vampire. Well, we hope you liked it, cause you're getting it again.
History: Owen's life is one of being constantly ignored by adults and tormented by his peers. But this kid won't remain an island for long. Soon, a quiet girl named Abby enters his life, and the two become fast friends. What Owen doesn't know is that Abby got converted into a vampire by her rape-happy uncle, something that puts a bit of a strain on continuing their relationship...
Notable Kills: Take a guess...
Final Fate: After seemingly leaving Owen after revealing her true nature, Abby returns to brutally massacre his bullies. It ends all the same, with Owen carrying Abby around away from home, content that they can continue their relationship.
Powers/Abilities: Super strength, immortality.
Weakness: Typical vampire weaknesses (like sunlight). Also, if she is not explicitly invited to a place, she will bleed hard upon entering.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Just like Eli before her, Abby is a sad yet frightening figure who just wants a friend while hiding her instincts. It never fails, really. That said, her antics can get a bit CGI-heavy this time around.
Trivia: -Interest in an American adaptation of "Let the Right One In" actually began well before the release of the original Swedish film. For the most part, it actually worked quite well for those involved in the end.
-Abby was played by Chloe Grace Moretz, who even at a young age was dabbling in horror movies like 2005's "The Amityville Horror" and 2008's "The Eye". She is also mostly known for her performance as Hit Girl in the 2010 adaptation of "Kick-Ass".