|Marshall Moves Underground
Written by Ivan Radford
|Monday, 30 August 2010 15:38
After the fast-paced bloodbath of Centurion, Neil Marshall is going in a different direction with his latest project. And by different I mean something involving lots of blood, violence and gore.
Marshall has picked up David Cohen's script Underground to direct. It's a thriller about an underground series of seedy dinner clubs.
Unearthed by a young chef who finds himself sinking into the meaty depths of society, the film will no doubt involve lots of messy butchering. And the odd human body or twelve.
Following on from Burst 3D, his grossout horror produced by Sam Raimi, Marshall is setting a trend for helming other people's projects. After the lacklustre Doomsday, that's still a reassuring career decision; as Centurion showed, Marshall definitely knows how to crank up the pace behind camera.
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