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We Are What We Are

This is the horrific story of the Barkers family, an isolated family that follows the old habit. Events change, and the mystery of the family's existence is horrifyingly threatened. This made the members of the Frank-headed family much worried, and the two daughters Iris and Rose were forced to take responsibility which seemed scary and probably reflected many of the bad aspects.
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Observer (UK)
March 02, 2014 An ambitious (if somewhat uneven) slice of downbeat American gothic which interweaves grim melancholia with pointed satire, doomy portent and moments of gnawing revulsion.
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September 11, 2015 A provocative film about the horrors we can find within the usual comforts of family and tradition.
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March 10, 2014 Remakes may get a lot of stick in Hollywood, as filmmakers can be accused of being somewhat lazy and uncreative in that regard.
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Arizona Republic
October 17, 2013 "We Are What We Are" is such a patient, trusting film it may take you a while to figure out it's a horror film.
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Boston Globe
October 10, 2013 A campy and sometimes elegant American Gothic horror story.
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Windy City Times
June 28, 2014 Another welcome entry in the ongoing revival of horror movies that rely on character and setting rather than shock and gore to chill audiences to the marrow.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
October 11, 2013 We Are What We Are doesn't waste time with cheap scares. Mickle keeps his story on a steady, slow simmer, transporting us minute by minute into the very heart of dread.
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Chicago Sun-Times
December 16, 2013 A family implodes with a biting commentary on patriarchy.
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Washington Post
October 10, 2013 There's some fun to be had, as long as your idea of fun includes being grossed out.
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April 22, 2014 And sometimes we are who we eat.
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October 28, 2016 ... a horror film by definition-an isolated family in rural America cloisters its teenage daughters in a religion/ritual that reaches back to their starving forefathers who turned to cannibalism to survive a harsh frontier-but a family drama at heart.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...