He’s one of the hardest working filmmakers in the genre business.......So what’s HATCHET man Adam Green been up to this past year apart from working on his sit-com ‘Holliston’, writing KILLER PIZZA and prepping EXORCISM ON CROOKED LAKE? The answer is this documentary starting out exploring genre-based monster art and then taking an odd turn into the blurring of fantasy and reality. Because halfway through producing this treatise with cinematographer Will Barratt at his L.A. ArieScope Pictures offices, they are contacted by former policeman William Dekker who claims he can prove that monsters are indeed real. That they live in world just below our own named The Marrow and he knows where one of the entrances to this dark hidden universe is. Green of course is intrigued and so the monster hunting expedition begins… to become something else far more frightening than he ever imagined.
He’s among the hardest working filmmakers in the genre business … HATCHET guy Green been around a year ago apart from focusing on his sitcom ‘Holliston’, writing MONSTER LASAGNA and prepping EXORCISM ON POND? The answer is this documentary getting started researching genre- centered monster artwork and then getting an odd change into the blurring of actuality and illusion. Since almost through producing this treatise with cinematographer Will Barratt at his ArieScope Pictures workplaces, former cop Bill Dekker who promises he can show that things are indeed not unreal contacts them. Which they live in planet just beneath our own called The Marrow and he understands where among the entrances for this dark universe that was invisible is. Green ofcourse is intrigued and so the monster shopping trip begins… to become something else far more terrifying than he previously imagined.
Looking Up the Marrow is just a playfully self- reflexive workout whose countless injokes can best be loved by just the many enthusiastic type aficionados.