When you’re dead, you’re dead. Or, if you want, death is just the beginning.
A shocking exorcism session escapes from control, ending the life of a teenager. A few months after the event, former policeman Megan Reed (Shay Mitchell) is trying to return to normal life after witnessing the death of his partner without being able to intervene after he had consumed drugs and alcohol to defeat pain. Megan is now working on the morgue of a hospital in Boston, where he managed to talk about vices, finding some peace in this place of death and loneliness.
But one night, after receiving a completely disfigured body, things start to change. Closed in the basement of the morgue building, along with this mutilated corpse, Megan begins to have terrible hallucinations. Asking if she is still in her mind, she is afraid that this body is possessed by a demonic force, being ready to come back to life to kill.
This adult-grown thriller, The Devil in the Bones and Bones, is Screen Gems production, played by actors: Shay Mitchell, Stana Katic, Gray Damon, Nick Thune, Jacob Ming-Trent, Max McNamara, Louis Herthum, James A. Waston, Jr and Kirby Johnson. Diederik van Rooijen (Daylight, Taped) assures film direction after a script by Brian Sieve (Scream: The TV Series, Boogeyman 2). The film is produced by Todd Garner and Sean Robins, from Broken Road Productions. Glenn S. Gainor is the executive producer and Andrea Ajemian co-producer. The picture director is Lennert Hillege and the installation is provided by Stanley Kolk and Jake York. Scenography is signed by Paula Loos, costumes by Deborah Newhall, and music by John Frizzell.