Summary: Well I love clowns and I love comedy horror (Killer Klowns from Outer Space is one of my all-time faves), so I was always going to love this film. Brought to us by the guy behind Ireland's first horror film, 'Dead Meat', I was pleased to be at the UK premier for both of these, thanks to Frightfest. No, Ross Noble is not an actor, but he is a man who looks funny in a clown costume, and that's all he really needed to be.
Summary: With great premise and Ross Noble in the lead role there was potential for Stitches to be a terrific black comedy. unfortunately this film falls flat when it transpires that it's entire plot could be written on the back of a postage stamp. Without a single twist or turn it's hardly compelling. If you liked the look of Stitches chances are you were hoping for something along the lines Of League Of Gentlemen/Psychoville with all the extra fun of and 18 Certificate.
Summary: Budget british B-movie horror comedy that doesn't pretend to be anything it is not. The director is a fan of ott blood and gore which works well and is amusing in parts and cleverly done. Ross Noble is great and doesn't overact the part of Stitches. However I wish they had spent a bit more time on the script to inject some proper comedy.
Summary: Ross Noble is great but this is so cheap as to be totally scare free. I kept wondering when the set owners would want their dish washer back. With proper funding this wannabe horror could have the props it needs to be convincing.
Excerpt: Stitches: After seeing a random trailer for the undead, killer clown, slasher horror/comedy "Stitches" on youtube, I knew that I needed to see this movie. Thankfully, my best friend Eddie got me "Stitches" on blu ray for my birthday. "Stitches" is AWESOME!!! Little Tommy is having a birthday party for him and all his bratty friends. The kids are having fun until the dirty, not-so-top-notch children's entertainer, Stitches the clown shows up.
Summary: A good performance from Ross Noble and some creative Pythonesque touches of gore can't save this risible teen 'comedy' film. A couple of laugh out loud moments aren't enough to compensate for the dull execution (pun not intended) and tedious partygoing antics. Complete misfire.