Hey there Los Angeles Fright fans! Time for another Friday Night Frights!
Who wants to see a movie for FREE this Friday?! My cohort Sebastian O’Brien and I are happy to present a free sneak preview of Jim Mickle’s We Are What We Are — a remake of Mexico’s Somos lo que hay that we find to be superior to the original. And did we mention it is FREE?
Bring as many people as you want. All you and your friends need to do is individually RSVP at this link. To clarify, every person in your group needs to RSVP. Then it is first come first serve at the theater. You know the drill.
Friday Septmber 20th @ midnight.
Quoth the FNF power blurb:
Continuing an unbroken streak of finely crafted, grippingly real and bleak horror indies that started with Stakeland and Mulberry Street, director Jim Mickle has burgeoned into a fully-formed, remarkable auteur with the deadly and delicious We Are What We Are. Concerning the shocking religious practices of a small town family, this brand-new gothic nightmare (based on the Spanish film of the same name) expertly balances quiet family drama with a steadily building dread, climaxing in one of the most squirm-inducing finales of recent memory. Like a P.T. Anderson of horror, Mickle’s strength is in his mise-en-scène and his confidence in his characters — here a fact firmly reinforced with an impeccable cast led by Tarantino stalwart Michael Parks and a barely recognizable Kelly McGillis (Top Gun). But what you’ll really take away from We Are What We Are is its brilliantly unsettling story and the masterfully savory way it unfolds. So put on your Sunday finest and join us at the supper table, because we’re serving up heaping bowlfuls of terror!
For theater info or ticket purchases go here.