Starring: Scott Gaffen, Carmen Garrison, Justin Boyd, Laurel Williamson,
Heather Surdukan

Director: Darla Enlow

Synopsis: Inspired by true events, a group of friends must survive the
weekend in order to escape the terror that is beyond their imagination.
Desperate and fearing for their lives, the horror surges when a legendary
killer wants something they all posses. They soon find out the town is not
what it seems, and with no hope of rescue, they must find their way out
before they fall victim to the Stitcher's obsession.


From the director who has previously brought you Toe Tags and Branded
comes a new direct to video film called "The Stitcher." He is just as scary as
the Shape in Halloween or Jason in any given Friday the 13th movie. You
knew when he was around since there would be buttons laying at and on
the victim's remains to hint at his existence. A group of friends head out to
Brittany's new inherited beautifully furnished home for a little vacation- the
only downfall is that it's in the middle of this backwoods hick town full of
inbred toothless wonders who make me cringe. I am a sucker for inbreds,
they scare me more than any psychopath could on any given day. Danielle
gets lost and stops for directions, she gets stuck asking this old dirty fat
farting guy for help. He just sat there in a stupor from his own vapors and
she storms back to the car disgusted and still lost.

Later when everyone but Danielle shows up at the house they get a little
worried, but since she is flighty they really pay no mind to it. Digger the
pothead made me laugh my ass off. I liked his blunt outbursts and goofy
demeanor. He even had his own roll your joint song. I took this movie to
my cousins and as we sat there watching, we jokingly picked out characters
saying it was us. It was just a quick point towards the screen. She picked
Michelle who turned out to be a bitchy as she really is in life, I happened to
pick Tamra, and when it turned out she behaved the same way as I do
when someone pukes had us rolling- we were dead on. All of the characters
in her are definitely memorable. There were parts this flick that actually
made me jump.

One scene in particular that was in the barn where someone sat with a bag
on there head. I think from the way they edited it and made The Stitcher
move in quick creepy blurs at times was a big plus, plus his stitched up
being was a scary thing in itself. I had a lot of fun with this movie and think
other people will too. You'll be scared one minute and laughing the next,
who can resist a ride like that? Some towns have their own whispers of a
terror that once was and for this one, The Stitcher occupies it nicely
proving that sometimes legends never die!

Overall: 7/10
Genres: Horror

Rated: Unrated

Country: USA

Year: 2007

Runtime: 90 minutes

Studio:  VCI

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