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    Meat Is Murder: The 10 Best Cannibal Films

    This weekend's "We Are What We Are," an English-language remake we liked almost as much as the original, deals with a family that has a certain taste that's frowned upon in most polite circles. Simply put: they're cannibals. And cannibalism, in the long and colorful line of cinematic taboos, is cert...

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    Review: Cannibal Shocker 'We Are What We Are' Will Devour Your Expectations

    Writer-director Jim Mickle has steadily established himself as a horror filmmaker that treats the art of shock value with rare maturity. In his feature-length debut "Mulberry Street," he funneled a cheesy monster movie into a metaphor for gentrification and urban decay; in his follow-up, "Stake Land...

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    Toronto Review: Eli Roth Brings Shock, But Few Surprises, to Gross-out Cannibal Tribute 'The Green Inferno'

    For horror fans, Eli Roth and cannibal movies both bring a set of expectations that are met by "The Green Inferno," modern shockmeister Roth's first feature since 2007's "Hostel II." The cannibal genre that came and went in the seventies and eighties was known less for the quality of filmmaking than...

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    Reese Witherspoon Gets 'Wild' With 'Dallas Buyer's Club' Helmer Jean-Marc Vallee; Caleb Deschanel Lines Up Film & More

    A few directors are getting moving on some new projects, ranging in subject matter from a true life trek, Elvis Presley and organ trading. Yep, it's a diverse batch, so let's dive in.....

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