It was almost a year ago that we got our first glimpse at Spanish horror film Marrowbone. The creepy teaser offered little more than sinister ambiance and a longing to live in Spain, where it was released theatrically October 27, 2017.
Luckily, Magnet Releasing picked up the film for stateside distribution, and are giving us a full trailer to go along with an April 13 release date (both in theaters and digital release). The period film, set in 1969, sees four siblings, desperate to stay together after the death of their mother, take up residence in an old, secluded home that hasn't seen any upkeep since its last residents lived there in 1931. Of course, their new home is haunted by a "sinister inhabitant."
Marrowbone stars Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Split), George MacKay (Captain Fantastic, 11.22.63), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things, The New Mutants), and Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness, the upcoming Suspiria remake). It is the directorial debut of Sergio G. Sanchez, who also wrote the script. Sanchez previously wrote a number of Spanish films, most notably 2007's The Orphanage.
Marrowbone opens in theaters and video on demand on Friday, April 13. Will Marrowbone be part of your Friday the 13th celebration?