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We Are What We Are (2013)

Published in W
Thursday, 24 October 2013 03:44
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    R18+: High impact violence.

  • The pitch

    We are what we eat.

  • Starring

    Julia Garner, Ambyr Childers, Jack Gore, Bill Sage, Michael Parks, Kassie Wesley DePaiva, Kelly McGillis

  • Directed by

    Jim Mickle

  • Running time

    105 minutes

  • Rated

    R18+ (Australia), 18 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People get eaten, shot, stabbed, bitten, mauled, kidnapped, bound, hit with objects, bludgeoned, accidentally injured, drowned, butchered (implied), bitten, murdered. Patricide, missing persons, destroying evidence. Objects knocked over in anger, smashed glass, aggressive behaviour. Flooded community. Blood/gore: Corpses (animal, human, floating, tied up). Autopsy (organs, open flesh, bloody cuts). Eating flesh, bloody mouth, human remains, skull, bones, bone fragments, detached tooth, bloody nose, bleeding, blood on clothing, slit wrist, bloodletting, slit throat, open wounds. 

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Full-frontal female nudity. Teen sex, kissing, flirting. Exposed breasts, shirtless man. Girls in shower (no genitals seen).

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Arsenic poisoning. Alcohol (beer). Smoking.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-word, a-word, b*tch. Heavy religious references.

  • THEMES

    Cannibalism, abduction, grief, fasting, abstinence, diary-keeping, survival, sacrifice, ritual, fanaticism, investigation, tradition, righteousness, siblings, savagery, hunger, upbringing, piety, family, obligation.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased wife/mother, ill child. Deceased woman mentioned. Funeral setting, grave-digging. Spider web, pig, dogs, deer, ants. Thunder, fireworks. Butchering, mincing meat, raw meat, grilling chicken, frying bacon. Tongue-poking, burping, thumb-sucking. Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, motor neuron disease, Prion disease, Kuru disease, fear of the dark mentioned.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Chilling, mature, serious-minded, polished, evocative, disturbing, suspenseful, refreshing, gruesome, tense, beautiful, sad, compelling, resonant, grisly, quiet, gross, poetic, creepy. Terrific performances, foreboding atmosphere, atypical characters, methodical plotting, queasy finale, finely etched characters, silently gloomy, luscious score, ominous tone.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Meandering, slow-burning, predictable, humourless. More stomach-turning than scary.

The Last Exorcism Part II

Published in T
Saturday, 06 July 2013 00:00
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  • Rating

    M: Horror themes, violence, coarse language and sexual references.

  • The pitch

    More of The Last.

  • Starring

    Ashley Bell, Julia Garner, Spencer Treat Clark, David Jensen, Tarra Riggs, Louis Herthum, Muse Watson, Erica Michelle

  • Directed by

    Ed Gass-Donnelly

  • Running time

    88 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), 15 (UK), PG-13 (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    Rifle pointed in threat, man hit with object, slashed throat, man thrown through window, girl strapped to table. Trashed rooms, smashed glass, burning buildings, burning vehicles, burning tree. Demonic drawings and symbols, shadowy figures, mysterious voices. Exorcism. Screaming, hacking/slashing sounds, yelling, pleading. Fire victims, killing mentioned. Blood/gore: Twisted, contorted body. Bloody scratches, blood on clothing, bloody cuts and gashes, bleeding walls, blood on objects. Animal corpses. An animal eats raw meat. Creepy pattern on wall. Injection (syringe seen). Unknown entity moves beneath flesh.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Flirting, kissing, erotic touching. Sexual banter and innuendo. Sex noises heard. A girl is bathed (no genitals seen). Skimpy clothing, nightwear.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Morphine injection. Alcohol (champagne bottle).

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words and written a-word. Name-calling and insults. Heavy religious references. Evil, ghosts mentioned. Cultural, ethnic, gender, genre stereotypes.

  • THEMES

    Possession, psychological trauma, belief in God, faith, found footage, friendship, new beginnings, Mardi Gras, young love, voodoo, ritual, prophecy.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased father visions, deceased mother discussed, birthing scene (flashback). Infirmary, halfway house, church settings. Pregnancy, taken baby mentioned. Medical examination, IV drip, lethal injection, flat-lining. Dogs, flies, orangutan, baboon, gorilla, tigers, chicken, bonfire. Human statue, people wearing masks, licking, convulsing, frothing at the mouth, levitation, protection ritual, chanting, power blackout. Loud music, flash-editing and unexpected visual effects will make you jump.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Another convincing performance from Ashley Bell. Over-the-top finale.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Clichéd, tepid, predictable, unscary, pedestrian, generic, dreadful. Plodding first half. Doesn't live up to originality and ingenuity of the first film. Disappointing ending.