Bone Sickness Review
Written by: DemonToSome
Bone Sickness starts right off the bat with indie flavour, well that is a good thing since it is an independent horror film. We are then dropped into the kitchen of a hot buxom blonde, who's husband stumbles into the scene feeling sick. We then learn that he has a bone disease and that he's dying. His hot wife feeds him mush, healthly mush. I guess her mush didn't sit well with him because he spews it on her work?!
All the actors look like they could be your next door neighbor or maybe your friends, in other words just regular people, not hollywood bimbos and jocks, not great actors, but about the same as any other indie flick. I've always dug indie's and I'm glad there is no end to them.
One thing I don't get is, why the earth worms. I know they are cheap by the dozen, but why use earth worms in some of the gore scenes. I don't understand that one. Good thing the worms were only used near the beginning. At least we get slow moving rotted zombies and a couple scenes of T&A.
Zombies / dead people are slow, but the actors are slower than the zombies... easy prey, well thats a given. Plus dumb lines, etc... but this is what makes indies so much fun. This one is sort of fun, then it gets too fake and messed up for it's own good. Than the worms are back!
Bone Sickness should have been a short film (as in 43 min or 62 min) instead of 144 min, then I think it might have hit the mark that way. It's way too long of a film for it's own good the way it is. I would give it a 5 if it was shorter.