[BD Review] ‘Stitches’ Is Destined To Be A Cult Classic!!

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Fantastic Films and MPI Media Group (Hatchet II, Stakeland, The Innkeepers)’s horror comedy Stitches, directed by Conor McMahon, is currently out on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD – and I certainly recommend it! So I’m taking the time to re-post Mr. Disgusting’s review to remind you of the film’s potential!

And while the filmmakers let the good times roll, when its time to get to business, they f*cking deliver. Stitches is a relentless and brutal slasher that’s not only ultra violent, but also off-the-wall gory. But the icing in the ice cream cake is how original the death scenes are taking the genre to an entirely new level (think Killer Klownz weird).

You can read his review in its entirety by clicking here. And don’t forget to write your own to tell all of Bloody what YOU think.

  • KeepDoubting

    Bought the DVD the other day and got around the watching it last night. Absolutely loved it! One of the most fun films I’ve seen in a while!

  • Danny-E

    This movie is stupid. I’m not sure why BD went nuts about it. If you want to watch a good clown movie. ClownHouse and Frey. The two best clown movies out there.

    • divisionbell

      Definitely Clownhouse. Classic creepy clown film.

      • VampireJack

        Clownhouse. That’s the one made by the paedophile, right?

        • Aaron Emery

          Clownhouse is one of the creepiest clown films out there. It’s definitely best to watch it without looking into the story surrounding its production. Damn Victor Salva.

          • GothicGuido

            This sound’s twisted but it’s more scary knowing the story. It’s not something I would get all my friend’s to watch or anything. Not fun movie horror, but its goddamn horrifying. (Not something you watch a bunch of times)

          • GothicGuido

            Yikes I regret that I even started talking about this in a comment section for Stitches considering how fun it is, and not made by an evil bastard.

  • sharknoodles

    Just picked this up and loved it instantly.

  • dirtyghettok

    I literally just got down watching this and relearned something. Never judge a book by it’s cover. It definitely has its hilarious parts (tricycle scene, amongst many) and filled with original bloody gores parts,, and to me, not taking itself seriously at all. Just pure fun and worth another watch with some friends.

  • yellowsicktoad

    I found it good, but a cult classic, really? The acting in the prolog, was, for me at least, real bad, but after that it turned out pretty good all around.

  • Aaron Emery

    I just watched this again and I need to apologize for expressing so much “hatred” towards the film because I really don’t think it was bad. The second viewing really helped my opinion though, the first was destined to be disappointment after all the hype. Hype can really kill a movie!
    It’s definitely not a very good movie, it’s just not a bad one either.

  • Ravinus

    Of all the shit that gets overhyped in the department of low budget horror, this was actually pretty entertaining. I could definitely see it reaching cult status but on a very small scale.