Watch The First Trailer For Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Currently gearing up for its theatrical release following a successful festival run that included both Sundance and Cannes, Jim Mickle's remake of Jorge Michel Grau's We Are What We Are has just released its first trailer. And if you wanted a taste of the American gothic tone of this back country cannibal tale, the trailer serves it up in spades.

Mickle's one of the best things going in American horror film in recent years and his adaptation of the source material finds more than enough fresh nuance to make it his own. Check the trailer below.
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  • mercy

    Problem with films like these is their psychologically suggestive destructive content. People are watching this and slowly - inch by inch - become more psychopathic, more ruthless, more ignorant, more cold. Shovels icky junk into peoples psyche and the mess just keeps piling up, causing all kinds of disturbing behavior towards family, colleagues and strangers.

    Which is exactly the purpose of such sewage films, cause more pain to make peoples thoughts painful.

  • Kurt

    Wow! I feel the same way about most Adam Sandler pictures.

  • moneenerd

    They remade this?? Um, why?

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