We Are What We Are
The first clip from Jim Mickle's remake of We Are What We Are (review) has arrived, and we have saved a place at the table for you. Whatcha waiting for? Dig in!
Sundance / Slamdance 2013 Review Wrap Up: Stoker, S-VHS, Hell Baby, In Fear, We Are What We Are, Jug Face, Sightseers
Both the 2013 Sundance and Slamdance festivals are a wrap, and we have a full list of reviews for you cats to check out should you have missed them when they first ran!
More distribution news is coming out of the Sundance Film Festival, which is happening now through January 27th in Utah. Jim Mickle's remake of We Are What We Are (review here) has found itself a home, and we have all the info you need to feast on right here!
Sundance 2013: We Are What We Are - Q&A with Director Jim Mickle and Stars Wyatt Russell and Bill Sage
Sundance is in full swing, and recently we attended a screening of Jim Mickle's remake of We Are What We Are (review here). Read on for a transcript from the festivities!
Playing as part of Sundance's Park City at Midnight line-up for the 2013 fest (which runs January 17-27 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah) is Jim Mickle's remake of We Are What We Are (review here), and we have a look at the poster for you!
Playing as part of Sundance's recently announced Park City at Midnight line-up for the 2013 fest (which runs January 17-27 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah) is Jim Mickle's remake of We Are What We Are (review here), and we have some new stills for ya!
It's hard to believe it's already time to start talking about the Sundance Film Festival, but the 2013 Park City at Midnight lineup was announced today and should be of interest to horror fans. We have all the info here along with some new stills and a few other treats.
A bit (or should we say bite?) of casting news is here for Jim Mickle's upcoming remake of the bizarre tale of cannibalism We Are What We Are (review here), and we have to say if all cannibals looked like this, there's be lots of people vying for a spot on the menu!
More casting news has come for the next needless remake of a recent foreign film, We Are What We Are (review here), but given the talent involved, we're actually kind of excited for this one.
Once again a remake is on its way of a perfectly good foreign film that most American audience members are too lazy to watch because it has subtitles. Read on for the latest.
We Are What We Are depicts to what extent people will go to survive in the decaying, violent slums of Mexico. Director Jorge Michel Grau knows of this struggle first hand, having grown up in the nation's dark recesses: streets filled with gang violence, drug wars, and inconceivable poverty.
To go along with yesterday's incredible one-sheet debut, the official trailer for IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, has slipped online and into our clutches. Dig it!
Yet another great bit of artwork has surfaced online for IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, and we gotta say the folks behind the promotion of this flick are certainly going for the gold in terms of triple A designs!
Ah, the prospect of Mexi-cannibals. How we love thee. IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, is getting set to premiere in a couple of weeks, and we've got the details on where and when for you lucky East Coasters!