Honestly, I wasn’t head-over-heels with the original. Every single review I’d read before seeing it raved about it, so maybe my expectations were high. I usually also get REALLY pissed off when foreign horror movies are remade and then fucked up nine out of ten times. This, though, THIS looks like a different story. Be sure to check out the trailer, the article, AND the great poster!
- (Clap Clap) The Editing Room Finally Takes On “The Conjuring”! (horrorboom.com)
- Horror films should not just be for men (telegraph.co.uk)
- ‘You’re Next’ teaser trailer and posters! (thequeenofscream.com)
- What might FrightFest 2013 – Day 5 – be like? (thelittlepodofhorrors.wordpress.com)
Stake Land director Jim Mickle’s next turn to horror sees his remake of the 2010 Mexican film of the same name, We Are What We Are, hit select theaters on September 27th and has now released its first trailer. I’m unfamiliar with the original film but based on this fantastically dark trailer I get the vibe that it’s going to have a slow-burn style of horror. In-your-face horror films are fun but we rarely get a solid tale of terror that boils slowly until finally unleashing its terrifying secret, so I’m really hoping the entire film has the same pacing as this trailer. So far, We Are What We Are looks like one to keep a close eye on.
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