No one will ever separate us.

Thriller Horror Drama
111 min     7.191     2017     Spain


A young man and his three younger siblings are plagued by a sinister presence in the sprawling manor in which they live.


Mark Rushow wrote:
I don't believe I've ever seen anything quite like it. I highly recommend it.
Gimly wrote:
_"Down on your marrowbones and pray!"_ A pretty good collection of up-and-comers with a solid enough premise told relatively efficiently, featuring a mix of hardline-by-the-numbers horror and only-mostly-cliche horror, but it lacks that next step to take it over the line into being actually good. _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
BadChristian wrote:
Marrowbone is another drama being mismarketed as a horror movie. While I would agree that Marrowbone has some thriller elements, I felt that fear in the horror sense as much as horror felt through dread. Aside from the disappointment upon the realization that the trailers mislead me, Marrowbone is is a very solid film. All of the acting is great (although George MacKay doesn't really portray pain very authentically), the set is both beautiful and haunting, the camera work makes some memorable scenes, and the story is compelling. The Spanish title is The Secret of Marrowbone, which is a much better title. While I wasn't satisfied with the ending they chose and I still have unaddressed plot holes that still bother me, Marrowbone drew me in and I was pleased with the journey.