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It’s The Official UK Trailer For Horror Comedy ‘Stitches’!

Fantastic Films and MPI Media Group (Hatchet II, Stakeland, The Innkeepers)’s horror comedy Stitches, directed by Conor McMahon, is heading to UK cinemas on October 26. While we’ve already shown you a tease of the evil clown, we’ve now scored the film’s official UK trailer and new imagery! (We’ve heard this movie is pretty fantastic!)

McMahon is the writer-director of Disturbed, Dead Meat and the TV series “Zombie Bashers.” The cast includes Ross Noble and Tommy Knight of “Doctor Who” and “The Sarah Jane Adventures.”

Ross Noble stars as Richard “Stitches” Grindle, a clown killed by a birthday party prank gone horribly – and hilariously – wrong. Years later, he is brought back from the dead by a cult of black magic clowns, and plots his revenge on the teenagers who killed him. Comedy and gore come together in this twisted tale of a very bad clown.



  • BabyJaneHudson

    Not seeing much of the comedy element in this trailer, or anything terribly unique for that matter. That being said, you really can’t go wrong with clowns+horror.

  • AmericanWerewolfInAmerica

    Can’t wait to see this! Simple is refreshing after all the overly convoluted and heavy plots I’ve seen lately. Clowns! Revenge. Can’t beat that.

    • EvilHead1981

      This! So fucking THIS!!! Sometimes you can accomplish a lot MORE with something simple than with something convoluted. Sometimes people try to make things seem more deeper than they actually are, just because, it’s a popular “in trend” notion that the more deep, heavy and intricate a plot is, the better(or more smarter) it is. It’s not. It doesn’t matter if the story is deep or shallow, it’s what you DO with it that makes all the difference in the world. That’s something a LOT of directors fail to understand. Sometimes they think, “If I can make this movie seem more deeper and smarter than it actually is, stupid people will believe it is so, and they’ll love it and love me for being a cinematic visionary!”. Y’know, total ego-stroking(you see a LOT of that shit in Hollywood nowadays).

      That being said, this looks like an old school supernatural slasher. Doesn’t seem to be anything more than it does, and looks decent. I’m always for fun, simple slashers. Especially if they are low budget.

  • Joe-Banger

    Looks cool I suppose.

  • bluevalentine

    Love the song.

  • doomas10

    looks like a good like

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