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    What Makes a Regional Film Festival Worth Attending? For Woodstock, It's the Casual Vibes

    For 14 years, the Woodstock Film Festival has carried the tagline "fiercely independent." That remains an appropriate description of its appeal: Featuring almost 150 events this year through panels, films, concerts, and parties, the festival is an inviting place meant to dim the pressures of the ind...

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    Review: Cannibal Tale ‘We Are What We Are’ A Horror Remake Done Right

    “When I saw his movie,” said director Jim Mickle at Cannes earlier this year, in his opening thank you to Jorge Michel Grau, the director of “Somos Lo Que Hay,” “I was jealous of everything: the idea, the plot, the style, and jealous that it was playing at Cannes in Director’s Week.” And so Mickle w...

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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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    Watch: A Storm's Brewing in 'We Are What We Are' Exclusive Scene

    Ahead of its release at the end of the month, Indiewire has obtained an exclusive new clip from Jim Mickle's psychological horror "We Are What We Are." In the clip, two sisters observe the storm that's just started to gather and will later pick up force. There's also talk of it being "the eve of abs...

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    Five 2013 Indie Remakes And How They Measure Up To The Originals

    This year has seen the release of what feels like an unusually large number of remakes of indie/foreign films, and this week sees another—Brian de Palma's "Passion" (read our review here) which is a remake of French film "Love Crime" ("Crime D'Amour"). While traditionally remakes of lower-budget eff...

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    Watch: Disturbing Family Secrets Come Home to Roost in 'We Are What We Are' Trailer

    Following its premiere at Sundance earlier this year as well as a spot at the Cannes Director's Fortnight, a full preview for Jim Mickle's "We Are What We Are" has hit the web ahead of its release next month.

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    Watch: Bite Into The New Trailer For Cannibal Horror 'We Are What We Are'

    With a new “Paranormal Activity” entry not arriving until next year, this fall looks to be devoid of any scares that audiences flock to as the nights grow longer. That’s where the Sundance and Cannes Directors’ Fortnight entry, “We Are What We Are,” comes in. IGN has dropped the moody first trailer ...

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    Cannes Review: Cannibal Tale ‘We Are What We Are’ Threatens To Give Horror Remakes A Good Name

    “When I saw his movie,” said director Jim Mickle in his opening thank you to Jorge Michel Grau, the director of “Somos Lo Que Hay,” “I was jealous of everything: the idea, the plot, the style, and jealous that it was playing at Cannes in Director’s Week.” And so Mickle went about securing the rights...

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    'We Are What We Are' Director Jim Mickle Lines Up New Project As Original Helmer Gives Thumbs Up To Remake

    Remakes of foreign horror films are almost always a bad idea, but there are enough gems -- most recently Matt Reeves' excellent, arguably superior to the original "Let Me In" -- to mean that we'll always be optimistic when one comes down the pipe. And the latest to renew our faith, if word from Sund...

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    Acclaimed Horror 'We Are What We Are' Gets A Prequel, A Sequel And A New Clip

    Earlier this week we shared a few clips from Jim Mickel’s well-regarded horror remake “We Are What We Are,” which is currently having a showing at this year’s Cannes. Today brings another clip to us by way of Deadline and some surprising news about the future of this festival favorite.

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