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Film Review - Digging up the Marrow

Director: Adam Green
Film Release Year: 2014
Running Time: 89 min
Rating: R

Script 5:

Direction 5:

Acting 5:

Horror 7:

Overall 5.5: Director Adam Green (playing himself, poorly) hooks up with an old man whose found evidence of an underground world where a bunch of deformed monsters are living it up. Starts looking into too closely, won't be great for their long term health.


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