Talented indie filmmaker Brian Paulin's Bone Sickness centers around Alex who is suffering from a rare bone disease which his friend Thomas (director Paulin) attempts to cure by feeding him a 'remedy' made with the marrow from the bones
of the dead. Something goes horribly wrong though and Alex's condition worsens severely but that should be the least of his worries because the dead are not too pleased about being disturbed and having their bones used in some homebrew
medication. With these events in motion the dead seize the opportunity to rise from their graves to punish the living in what amounts to a spectacularly blood drenched hardcore buffet of gore and human viscera.
For a low budget indie effort this film doesn't fail to impress and the influences of certain horror icons such as Raimi, Romero, Fulci, Ittenbach, Buttgereit and likely others, are extremely evident throughout.
This is a dvd I'd be happy to know people would actually spend their money to buy hopefully, so Paulin's Morbidvision Films can continue to keep excellent gore alive in an age where we're almost forced to look to studios like this to bring us real genre horror.
Movie Size: 894.89 MB or 916,369 kB
Movie Length: 102 mins, 23 secs.
Video Codec FourCC: xvid
Video Codec: XviD MPEG-4
Video Width x Height: 576 x 432
Video FPS/Bitrate: 23.976 / 1088 kbit/s
Qf: 0.182 bits/pixel
Audio Codec: MPEG Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 128 Kbit/s
Audio Channels: 2 (Stereo)
Audio Samples: 48,000 Hz