We Still Say Grace Review

We Still Say Grace Review
Harold (Bruce Davison), his wife Betty (Arianne Zucker) and their daughters Maggie and Sarah (Holly Taylor and Rita Volk) live in an isolated farmhouse, many miles from their nearest neighbours. Harold rules over the family, enforcing a rigidly patriarchal interpretation of the bible. When three young men turn up at their door after getting a puncture, Maggie senses an opportunity to get away from her controlling and increasingly dangerous father.

We have seen a wide variety of horror film villains who are religious fundamentalists, whether it’s as far back as someone like Witchfinder General’s Matthew Hopkins or more recent examples like the Westboro Baptist Church inspired group in Kevin Smith’s Red State, or the Jim Jones like cult in The Sacrament, or any number of others over the years. We Still Say Grace doesn’t do much new with the plot machinations its setting and characters throw up,
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