|Writers||Brian Paulin (story and screenplay)
|Cast||Christopher P. Reilly|
|Runtime||98 min, USA:98 min|
|Plot||Kristen is caring for her Terminally ill husband who is suffering from a degenerative bone disease. With no cure available she turns to a friend to help find an alternative form of medicine that has unimaginable side effects.... see Bone Sickness on IMDb|
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|Alex (Rich George) is suffering from a mysterious and incurable disease that is turning him into a worm-infested ghoul. His wife, Kristen (Darya Zabinski), solicits the help of Alex's friend Thomas (Brian Paulin) to help find a cure. Thomas works in a morgue and decides to utilize the bones of the dead as an alternative medicine. The unusual medication works and Alex begins to make a recovery. The dead, however, don't like having their bones abused and they rise from their graves to reclaim their missing parts and exact revenge upon the living. Watching Bone Sickness is like reading a love letter to all the great and ghastly zombie films of yore. On par with any of Fulci's finest, director Brian Paulin pulls off a memorable feat - delivering a splatterfest with absolutely no compromise and as unapologetically as possible. Awarded 5 out of 5 Mugs O'Blood by The Horror Channel's Uncle Creepy, this balls-to-the-wall, splatterrific tale of doom will satisfy the needs of all horror aficionados. We dare you to watch the whole movie.|
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