‘Out of Darkness’ – Exclusive Clip from Stone Age Horror Movie Discovers a Dead Woolly Mammoth

A unique Stone Age horror movie, Out of Darkness – previously titled The Origin – is now playing in theaters courtesy of Bleecker Street, and we’ve got an exclusive clip for ya today.

In this clip, the characters come across the disemboweled carcass of a woolly mammoth, which raises one terrifying question: what the hell is capable of killing such a massive beast?

Watch the clip below and find the trailer for Out of Darkness underneath.

We’ve been told, “It’s a tense, emotional, and incredibly crafted film; so much creativity went into making the paleolithic world – including the entire language spoken in the film, which was created specifically for this by a linguist and an archaeologist.”

In the film, “A small boat reaches the shores of a raw and desolate landscape. A group of six have struggled across the narrow sea to find a new home. They are starving, desperate, and living 45,000 years ago. First they must find shelter, and they strike out across the tundra wastes towards the distant mountains that promise the abundant caves they need to survive. But when night falls, anticipation turns to fear and doubt as they realize they are not alone.”

Safia Oakley-Green (“Sherwood”), Chuku Modu (“Captain Marvel”), Kit Young (“Shadow and Bone”), Iola Evans (“Choose or Die”), Luna Mwezi (“Needle Park Baby”), and Arno Luening (“Divine Comedy”) star alongside Rosebud Melarkey and Tyrell Mhlanga.

Andrew Cumming directed for Sony Pictures’ Stage 6. Ruth Greenberg (Run) wrote the script, while Oliver Kassman (Saint Maud) produced the horror film.

Meagan wrote in her review out of Fantastic Fest, “Andrew Cumming’s feature directorial debut, Out of Darkness (formerly The Origin), executes its high concept with impressive ambition. Not only does it travel back 45,000 years in time to tell the survival thriller, but Cummings and screenwriter Ruth Greenberg developed a fictional language for its characters. Combined with a handsomely shot production, it ensures that Out of Darkness beguiles, though it struggles to mine suspense from its thrills and falters in the destination.”

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