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Exclusive footage from We Are What We Are featurette

Jim Mickle's much-praised remake of WE ARE WHAT WE ARE will be coming to VOD December 17th before hitting Blu-ray/DVD on January 7th; the latter will of course feature plenty of supplemental material, including interviews with the director and cast, as well as a featurette titled "An Acquired Taste: The Making of We Are What We Are". We have some exclusive footage from the featurette...

Exclusive Clip: We Are What We Are warns you not to go in the shed

Here's an exclusive clip from Jim Mickle's upcoming psychological thriller WE ARE WHAT WE ARE , which hits next month courtesy of Entertainment One. In the clip, a nosey neighbor comes to check on our odd family. I've got a piece of advice for her: don't go looking in that shed. Starring Bill Sage, Ambyr Childers, Julia Garner, Kelly McGillis, Michael Parks...

We Are What We Are trailer will consume you

We've showed you clips and stills from Jim Mickle's re-imagining of the 2010 Mexican film of the same name, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE , but now it's time to take peak at the film's first trailer. The cannibal flick will see a limited release this September 27th in NYC and LA with a nationwide roll-out to follow. Now that we've finally gotten a taste of the trailer,...

Eat up some new stills from We Are What We Are

Jim Mickle's cannibal flick WE ARE WHAT WE ARE , a re-imagining of the 2010 Mexican film of the same name, is gearing up for its limited September 27th release with a set of new stills. For this being a horror film about cannibals, these new images are lacking a surprising amount of all that red stuff we appreciate so much around these parts. Maybe they're saving the best for...

We Are What We Are clip wishes it was like everyone else

STAKE LAND director Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE is headed to the Cannes market and we've got a clip for you guys to take a bite out of. WE ARE WHAT WE ARE , a re-imagining of the 2010 Mexican film of the same name, Jim Mickle paints a gripping and gruesome portrait of an introverted family struggling to keep their macabre traditions alive. A seemingly wholesome and benevolent...

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