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The Incredible ‘Stitches’ Gets A Theatrical Trailer!


It was recently announced that the hilarious and insanely bloody Stitches (read the review) is finally getting a U.S. release. We now have the official theatrical trailer, which shares quite a bit fo new footage.

World renowned British standup comedian Ross Noble stars as a murderous kids’ birthday party clown for Director Conor McMahon (Dead Meat, The Disturbed) in Stitches, debuting with special April Fools’ Day screenings in select cities on April 1, 2013. For fans who can’t catch the rampage on the big screen, the must-see Stitches will be available on VOD, Digital Download, Blu-ray and DVD on April 2 from MPI /Dark Sky Films.

Years after a cruel kids’ prank during a birthday party for 8-year-old Tommy (Tommy Knight, Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures) left hired clown Richard “Stitches” Grindle (Ross Noble) dead on the kitchen floor, the childhood friends gather to plan a birthday bash to end all bashes. But they haven’t counted on the degenerate jester rising from the grave to seek vengeance on the children who mocked him and caused his grisly, untimely end. Now Tommy and his teenage friends are on the run from an undead jokester who’s ready to use every trick in the book (and many that aren’t) to exact his revenge. McMahon delivers a delirious slasher epic, a hilariously twisted and blood-soaked tale of one very bad clown with a talent for making balloon animals – but with one very hideous difference.



  • djblack1313

    the movie is good/decent. in no way is it “incredible”. don’t overhype the movie. it’s decent at best.

    • Aaron Emery

      I imported it and just watched it last night… I was okay I guess but as you said “in know way is it ‘incredible'”
      I really didn’t see anything in it that could be considered greatness, it was pretty much your typical B horror/ comedy. The kids at the beginning were such TERRIBLE actors (I know, they’re children) and came off as so phony it pretty much killed it for me right there.

    • Aaron Emery

      I was left kind of cold after I payed to import this (it turned out to be a damn bootlegged BluRay rip) and watched such an average movie. I take that back, average is usually better acted!

      • Aaron Emery

        Wow, sorry for the triple comment but I just noticed i said “in know way”. Clearly what I meant was “in no way”.
        I feel like an illiterate!

      • djblack1313

        Aaron, sorry you didn’t love it (or find it “incredible”! LOL). and WTF?! a bootlegged BRay? that’s not right. sorry that happened to you, my friend. that’s why i wish BD wouldn’t OVER-hype a movie. i guess if Mr.D feels it’s “incredible” then that’s valid seeing as it’s his opinion but……oh whatever. LOL.

        • Aaron Emery

          Yea, can’t knock somebody’s opinion. This isn’t the only place that gave it great feedback. I think I just had such high expectations then I watched and was like “huh?…”! I’m kinda bummed, I’ve been waiting for a great clown horror (I feel a little strange writing that) and this just wasn’t it! AMUSEMENT had a fantastic little segment featuring a clown that nearly gave me an anxiety attack, unfortunately the rest of the movie killed it. Any suggestions?

  • Blood-Sicles

    They shoulda stuck with the UK trailer. Much more stylish. Still excited to see this, although what I’ve seen so far doesn’t look as amazing as I’ve been hearing.

  • ljbad

    The other trailer made me want to watch it. This one kinda makes me want to do the opposite.

  • Erebus Dirge

    I have to say it was’nt amazing or anything. But well worth a watch if just for the kills, which lets face it ladies and gentlemen is where it’s at.

  • Sorry, this movie is far from incredible; decent at best, horribly acted at worst, it is just average. There are no redeeming qualities of this film, as even the “gore” looked cheap and fake. Sorry, I did not like the movie one bit.

  • divisionbell

    Maybe it’s just the trailer, but this just doesn’t look good to me.

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