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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 02.26.15] horror mockumentary

Adam Green is the director of many popular horror films such as the Hatchet series, the stuck-on-a-chairlift thriller, Frozen and Spiral. His new film, Digging Up The Marrow, sees the director following a man who insists he knows monsters are real.

Digging Up the Marrow is out now in theatres, on all VOD platforms, iTunes, Amazon and wherever else fine horror films are found.

Besides films, Green is the creator of the Fearnet series Holliston and the host of podcast The Movie Crypt.

I got the chance to chat with Green about his new film, monster movies and working with Ray Wise. We even dug into some off-topic stuff like how piracy effects the independent film industry and whether he'd ever consider working with a major studio on a horror film.

Because our conversation ended up being quite epic, I've cut the audio into three parts.

Apologies up front for the quality. Green and I were required to speak over the phone. I hope that you enjoy the interview regardless.

Part 1:
- What is a "meta-mockumentary" anyway?
- Horror films as therapy?
- Is this an age of skepticism?

Part 2:
- Fan support & piracy
- Would you make a studio film?

Part 3:
- All things Ray Wise

Part 4:
- Alex Pardee and the monsters of Digging Up the Marrow

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