Washington Square's post-production and visual effects factory DIVE has had a busy year, and its deft digital work can be seen in Let Me In, the thrilling, chilling and -- yes, tender – tween-age vampire tale opening Friday. If the snow-covered New Mexico desert-scapes in Matt Reeves' movie look particularly eerie, thank DIVE for that, and also for the look on actress Chloe Moretz's face as she transforms from palid 12-year-old into bloodsucking, wall-climbing fiend. Altogether, DIVE produced 87 visual effect shots for the film.