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Digging Up The Marrow

Synopsis

What if the ghastly images and abominations haunting our collective nightmares actually exist? Writer/director Adam Green (Hatchet) sets out to make a documentary exploring this tantalizing premise after being contacted by a mysterious man named William Dekker (Ray Wise). Dekker claims he can prove that "monsters are real" and insists these grotesque creatures are forgotten, hideously deformed humanoids inhabiting a vast, underground metropolis of the damned. Determined to expose the truth, Green embarks on a bone-chilling odyssey and gets more than he bargains for when he dares to go Digging Up The Marrow.

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Starring

Ray Wise, Adam Green, Rileah Vanderbilt, Kane Hodder

Directed by

Adam Green

Written by

Adam Green

Country Of Origin

USA

Language

English

Eye For Film

"Smart, witty and genuinely scary in places, Digging Up The Marrow delivers much more than you'd expect!"

We Got This Covered

"Digging Up The Marrow is a tense, confident, and gorgeously terrifying monster movie that turns Alex Pardee's artistry into vibrant, eye-catching horrors."

Grolsch Film Works

"A very funny, self-reflexive mash-up of documentary and fiction which focuses precisely on issues of belief, make believe, and the biting nature of reality."

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