Actors Of "Digging Up The Marrow"
Creators of "Digging Up The Marrow"
Director of "Digging Up The Marrow"
Critics Of "Digging Up The Marrow"
Brian Orndorf Blu-ray.com
February 19, 2015 Perhaps Green's admirers will embrace his lead performance and insistence on boo scares, but the rest of this limp outing reeks of a missed opportunity.Read in Source
Rob Hunter Film School Rejects
February 20, 2015 Digging Up the Marrow is slight fun to be sure, but it is fun.Read in Source
Jennie Kermode Eye for Film
February 19, 2015 Smart, witty and genuinely scary in places, Digging Up The Marrow delivers much more than you'd expect based on its knowingly cheesy premise.Read in Source
Frank Scheck Hollywood Reporter
February 19, 2015 Digging Up the Marrow is a playfully self-reflexive exercise whose endless in-jokes will best be appreciated by only the most ardent genre aficionados.Read in Source
Scott Weinberg TheHorrorShow
August 23, 2015 Works as a dry comedy, a slow-burn campfire story, and as a clever look at our frustratingly one-sided relationship with the paranormal.Read in Source
Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema Crazed
October 09, 2015 Loses me in a haze of winks and Adam Green celebrating Adam Green.Read in Source
Maitland McDonagh Film Journal International
February 20, 2015 A meta-variation on Clive Barker's Nightbreed, Digging Up the Marrow tackles all the same questions [...] with considerably less grace and intelligence.Read in Source
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky AV Club
February 19, 2015 Much of Digging Up The Marrow plays like Green's love letter to his fans and to the importance of fandom in genre filmmaking.Read in Source
Simon Abrams RogerEbert.com
February 20, 2015 Here's hoping Green's next film is just 90 minutes of Ray Wise talking to an imaginary friend.Read in Source
Nathan Bartlebaugh The Film Stage
February 23, 2016 More cheerfully spooky than legitimately scary, Marrow is an interesting use of the well-exhausted found footage subgenre.Read in Source
Drew Taylor The Playlist
February 20, 2015 "Digging Up the Marrow" could have been an effective riff on Barker's "Nightbreed," but instead becomes just another found footage horror lark.Read in Source
Todd Jorgenson Cinemalogue.com
February 20, 2015 The concept feels strained at feature length as it never establishes consistent tension or generates any meaningful suspension of disbelief.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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