ByMarlon McDonald, writer at
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Marlon McDonald

100 yards beneath our very earth exists a sprawling metropolis, not too dissimilar to ours, where a hoard of terrible, maniacal and horribly twisted humanoids dwell. This loathsome hovel is named The Marrow. So posits horror master Adam Green (Hatchet, Hatchet II, Frozen) in his incoming terror extravaganza, Digging Up The Marrow.

The found footage horror will see Green (who plays himself) and his film crew investigating the bold statement made by the enigmatic William Dekker (Ray Wise), who claims to have borne witness to monstrous abominations wandering forests.

This will set Green, Dekker and the crew on collision course with a world they could never possibly have fathomed to be true...

Sound good to you? Well, here's the trailer to properly solidify your interests...

Intriguing, no? You know what, I know you guys are busy and I'm a nice person so here are some stills from the trailer. A ghastly little...


Of mental stability.

Pretty Serious

Okay so Dekker has a map with pins and strings attached to it. He ain't messin' about.

The Cast Of Creeps

Digging Up The Marrow also stars the wonderful artist Alex Pardee and his intensely creepy artwork seen below...

This scarecrow wouldn't only keep the birds off your corn, I tell you that much!

Looks a bit uncomfortable, this one.

Least they have a cute pet to detract them from the terrible pain of being conjoined and looking like grizzly Jabbas.

AAAHH!!! Real Monsters

This Clicker wandered a bit far from Boston.

The Sepia Man Cometh

The AAA's uniform change didn't sit well with customers.

What did you guys make of that? Looks fairly interesting. Here's hoping it'll bring some new tasty and terrible ideas to the table of found footage horror! I'm sure it will.

Digging Up The Marrow will be stumbling to cinemas near you on Feb. 20th.

Bored of found footage horror? Get over to - and tell us why!

Source: Film Festivals and Indie Films via YouTube, Horror Movies CA


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