We Are Monsters online movie review - Seen one, seen em all
1. Yet another torture porn in the grand tradition of films like I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE and LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT. Seen one, seen em all.
2. The date stamp says 2015 which is actually the creepiest thing in the movie (among many many creepy things) because the settings, the direction, the cinematography, the script, the acting, all of them scream 1974. Which raises the question, why would anyone want to do a film in 2015 that is completely indistinguishable from similar stuff shot about a half-century ago??
3. The only other thing worth mentioning is the "tease" scene off the top where the kidnapper/abductor tells his fellow kidnapper/abductor that he wants to try "something different" with the new girl, he wants to make her "love" him. And for a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a second, the poor viewer (any viewer watching this film is automatically in deep distress, hence the adjective) might think that the producers and writers did this film because they have something new and different to add to the genre. But then the moment quickly passes, and you realize they do not.