Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Darya Zabinski, Rich George, Ruby LaRocca, Kevin Barbare
Director: Brian Paulin
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Alex (Rich George) is suffering from a mysterious and incurable disease that is turning him into a worm-infested ghoul. His wife, Kristen (Darya Zabinski), solicits the help of Alex's friend Thomas (Brian Paulin) to help f... more »
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James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 7/30/2008...
There is nothing very great really about "Bone Sickness", what with its' lame acting and even lamer dialogue throughout. But still, it is a gory good time.
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It made it to mainstream release - wow!
Lee A. Marquardt | Melbourne, Australia | 08/09/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I can't believe this little movie has finally grown up and gone on to play with the big boys (as its upcoming release shows). Well done to it! I viewed it as a VCD bootleg a year ago now, and it is well worth seeing. Low budget, oh yes. Acting, pretty damn poor. Buckets of blood, definately. Mandatory low budget [..] out scenes, yep. Fantastic last 3 minutes (I watched the ending again and again, I was so taken by it). But please, make no mistake, you're not in for high art, you're not in for middle ground art, you're in for an amateur who loves his stuff and has done what can be done with no money. (Oh, and a word to the filmmaker, the Goblins are just silly!) See it, please, and enjoy it for what it is - a B movie that enjoys being a B movie, and is not afraid to use some gore."
A very trashy and extremely low budget gore flick, I'm impre
Puzzle box | Kuwait | 10/16/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have to admit I expected the worst when I saw that this film was shot on digital camera and had a budget that was basicly next to nothing, it looks like it cost 5$ to make and yet it was quite impressive. I think that the gore and violence saved this film from being another garbage straight to video gore/horror film. You can tell that this film was made by a bunch of guys who got together and managed to make a gory zombie film just because they were huge horror fans, the storyline was dumb as hell and very laughable but I didn't mind cause I've seen alot worse.
Its about a guy who works as a coroner and who has a friend who's suffering from a degenerative bone disease or something so he provides him with some bone marrow from the grave yard, lots of bad acting follows and then some zombies start to appear.
The gore and make up fx were very good it includes one person's head being split open and his brains being eaten and one of the cops gets his spinal cord ripped out of his a** another scene has someones face being spilt with acid and torn off and other gross out scenes yes the film has a ton of blood and gore almost as much as dead alive or city of the living dead not to mention the disgusting sound fx so make sure you don't eat while watching this film trust me.
you could tell that the director was infleunced by Lucio Fulci and alot of other Italian horror films, the film also has alot of nudity but most of the time it just wasn't that good especially when they show that ugly blond chick taking her clothes off several times lol. Bone Sickness is a very well made low-budget gore flick that would have been made better if it only had a bigger budget but its still good so I deffinetly recommend this."
Great Indie Gore Film
John Paleokastritis | melbourne, victoria Australia | 12/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is one film for people who, put ideas and enthusiasm above big budget eye candy. if you dont mind micro budget films this one really delivers on the gore. I have to hand it to the makers they have created a film that will become a future horror classic with next to no money. so if you are tired of the normal horror stuff that gives tv teens and not much else, or if you are open to low budget film makeing give this one a go its one of the best of its type out there.