Gnawbone is an independent throwback creature feature using a mixture of 80’s horror, all practical effects and current film making techniques. The team behind the film miss the days of “men in rubber suits” and as horror fans of that bygone era teamed with other passionate artists to create a new and terrible beast. The goal was simple, bring back the feeling of being in a video store and renting something you’ve picked solely because it sounds scary and its box art looks cool.
The creature feature is the directorial debut of Darrin Means, with executive producer PJ Starks – praised in the indie horror community for his work on the Volumes of Blood series.
Here’s the synopsis: “When Tommy was only a boy he witnessed the brutal murder of his Grandfather by someone… or something. Now years later, a psychologist wants Tommy to return to the scene of the crime to face his fears, to prove to himself that monsters aren’t real. Sometimes the thing you fear is in your head and sometimes… it’s in the woods!”
The team aim to bring back the days of watching Saturday Night monster flicks. Gnawbone brings the blood, the cheese, the love for the monster sub-genre. If Gnawbone doesn’t scare you to death… he’ll eat you alive!