We’ve already had an evil tooth fairy and a old ventriloquist lady that ripped out tongues, why not a ghostly seamstress that sews victims’ mouths shut? Toss in Lance Henriksen, and it sounds like a film tailor made to go straight to DVD. It’s called The Seamstress and it will on October 6th. Funny how that works out.
The Seamstress was brought into being by the desperate curse of an innocent woman being tortured to death by a vigilante mob. Voracious for blood, the hideously mutilated specter hunts a small group of friends who become trapped on the island where she died. The friends, led by Allie, are searching for Allie’s missing father. As Allie comes to understand that he was one of the vigilantes, her friends begin to die gruesome horrific deaths on the point of The Seamstress’ needle. When the last two surviving vigilantes arrive, locked in their own dance of death and revenge, Allie must either preserve her own innocence or be corrupted by vengeance herself.
The film was directed by Jesse James Miller, whose monster movie Scourge hit DVD shelves earlier this year. Image Entertainment has sewn up an October 6th DVD release date for The Seamstress, starring Guess model Sarah Mutch and the ubiquitous Lance Henriksen.
You can watch the film’s trailer at IMDB. Doesn’t look too shabby despite bringing to mind bad memories of Darkness Falls.
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