(2013) We Are What We Are

This was a good slow burn, indie-feeling horror movie. I went into it completely blind and that’s how I would suggest everyone else view it. It’s patient and methodical but pays off big at the right moments. I would say this leans more towards arthouse style rather than deliberately trying to gross out moviegoers which given the plot, could have easily been achieved.

It does suffer from really minor things but the only substantial flaw for me was the score at the end of the movie. I had to kind of be like “Wait, what the fuck? Did I misinterpret the whole movie?” It just didn’t connect with the tone up until that point and felt very out of place.

If you’re in the mood for a dark atmospheric horror movie then this is most definitely worth a watch.

7/10

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Author: Ben

26 year old cheeseburger addicted horror junkie

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