Neil Marshall has taken on werewolves, the post-apocalypse, spelunking with monsters, and now that “Centurion”, his latest film, is available for public consumption, Roman history. Now it appears that he is going to do battle with the twisted underground world of gourmet supper clubs in “Underground”, a horror thriller written by David Cohen.
The protagonist is an ambitious young chef who ventures into the terrifying underbelly of extreme cuisine. The film’s produced by Taka Ichise and Erin Eggers of Ozla Pictures, along with Cohen and Jeremy Platt.
I didn’t know there was such a thing as extreme cuisine, or even underground supper clubs, but Marshall didn’t wuss out on the post-apocalyptic cannibalism in “Doomsday”, so whatever they’re eating will probably be pretty twisted.