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When the band Twisted Sister comes up in casual conversation (I swear this happens), the first image that usually comes to mind is the cover of the “Stay Hungry” album, which features singer Dee Snider crouched on the floor of an abandoned house, clutching a giant leg of undefined meat while snarling at the camera. It’s the ideal introduction to the group’s legacy, and the entry point for a large number of fans in the 1980s, helping to launch “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and “I Wanna Rock” as indefatigable hair metal anthems. And that’s the story most people know. “We Are Twisted F***ing Sister” takes viewers back to the beginnings of the group, with director Andrew Horn meticulously tracking every step of the group’s history, highlighting their unique tale of persistence, survival, and periodic dalliances with bad luck. Read the rest at


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