Conclusion: I wasn't expecting much from Stitches —the Blu-ray cover art and general premise don't exactly inspire viewer confidence—but the film is a bloody/funny riff on 1980s-style horror, with over-the-top kills, ridiculous sight gags, and a surplus of black humor from comedian Ross Noble in his first...
Conclusion: 'Stitches' is the kind of film that will probably rent really well in brick-and-mortar locations (if you can still find one) or via download. It's the kind of film you just can't help yourself from being attracted to once you've read its synopsis, or seen the poster or cover box.
Summary: Stitches is a lot of fun. The humor works, the gore is splattery and gooey and the performances are decent. It might not win any awards for originality but the fact that it plays things for laughs more than it does scares means it doesn’t really need to.
Summary: Although it won't have auds in stitches at every turn, Irish comic horror pic "Stitches" gets decent mileage out of a scuzzy clown who returns from the dead and sets about getting the last laugh on the rotten kids responsible for sending him to an early grave.
Excerpt: Stitches is een horror-comedy uit 2012 die hier direct op DVD verscheen in juni 2013. Het is het verhaal van een clown die opstaat uit de dood en wraak neemt. Het is een film die vooral voor de Engelse markt is