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30 Days of October: Digging Up the Marrow

by on October 4, 2014
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To celebrate the chill of October, for each of the next 30 days, Film Yap writer Joshua Hull will take a look at the best in upcoming horror films, and discuss them with the people who make and watch them From big-studio horror all the way down to micro-micro-budget films, Joshua will crawl into the crypt with sinister scaremeisters and haunted horror fans to find out what makes them and their films tick.

Digging Up the Marrow, a movie by Adam Green


“A documentary exploring genre-based monster art takes an odd turn when the filmmakers are contacted by a man who claims he can prove that monsters are indeed real ”

“Digging Up the Marrow” is one of the most intriguing films on this list. It’s from one of horror’s favorite directors, Adam Green, and one of the the most prolific artists out there, Alex Pardee. The film is a “documentary” about monsters, real and fake. There’s a lot of secrecy about the film that gives you the feeling Green and Pardee have whipped up a pretty fun, twisted genre entry. “Marrow” premiered earlier this year at London’s Film4 Frighfest and was a huge hit. Green (who plays himself in the film) has been pretty active requesting that fans who saw the film in London keep the details to themselves. I like Green, and I’m a huge fan of Pardee’s art (see his take on all of the “Cabin in the Woods” monsters here). My expectations and excitement are very high for this one. What do you think?



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