Sunday, April 8, 2018

Marrowbone Official Trailer



Nothing says art house horror like pale, gaunt orphans living in a rambling old house that you would look at and say, " Yeah that place is haunted". The story set in 1969 is about a woman escaping an abusive husband who moves herself and her children to the rural U.S. She becomes ill and dies but makes the oldest son promise he will do whatever it takes to keep the family together until he is of legal age to become a guardian to his siblings. I'm assuming from what is seen in the trailer that he does this by simply (or not so simply) hiding the fact that their mother is dead. However that all becomes the least of their problems once they become aware of a dark, ominous force sharing the house with them.

I will take my scares in a lot of different forms but admit the subtle, atmospheric sorts are my favorite; so I have high hopes here although I worry Marrowbone may not get a lot of initial attention. However, I read that it is supposed to premier not only in theaters this Friday but also on iTunes as an early release which is just a way of saying I will have to pay more than the normal rental price. If that is the case though, I promise to be in comfy clothes and on the couch with adult beverages this weekend; so that I can watch Marrowbone and come back to tell you all about it.

Starring - George Mackay, Anna Taylor-Joy (from Split and The Witch), Charlie Heaton (from Netflix's wildly popular Stranger Things), Mia Goth and Matthew Stagg.

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