More Mexican horror is coming our way (and we’re totally cool with that considering how much domestic horror has been on the lackluster side of the fence lately) in the form of a cannibal tale called We Are What We Are (or Somos Lo Que Hay). Hungry for some stills? Dig in!
Check out the loosely (and we mean loosely) translated synopsis below from the We Are What We Are Facebook page, and look for more on this flick, which is being compared to Let the Right One In, soon.
One family left destitute when her father and leader, from the time his three sons and his widow facing a storm. The four will have to face him his worst nightmare: getting food into their own hands. Continue with its rituals is vital to eat human flesh to survive. Now, by decree, the eldest brother, a teenage misfit, must lead his people to preserve their cannibalistic tradition, unaware that, in the attempt, will have to sacrifice their own lives.
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