A seemingly wholesome family, the Parkers have always kept to themselves but behind closed doors, patriarch Frank rules the family with a rigorous fervour.
When a torrential rainstorm moves in, tragedy strikes and his daughters Iris and Rose are forced to assume responsibilities that extend beyond those of a typical family. Once the local authorities begin to uncover clues, they are brought closer to the secret that the Parkers have held close for so many years.
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We Are What We Are is one of the finest horrors of recent years. Breaking away from the trashy, gore-splattered films I associate with cannibalism, WAWWA goes down a much classier route, creating a terrifying film that will stick with you long after watching it. Still with it's fair share of wonderfully gory moments, We Are What We Are is more of a mix between the Hannibal films and Let The Right One In. Following a family with a taste for humans, the film has a great story with some fascinating characters that you cant help but feel for. Drenched in dark atmosphere and the gothic, this is one of the best new horror films I've seen in a while. Grab yourself a pot of boiling human soup, and tuck into this! Highly recommended!
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