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16 October 2007 (USA) See more »
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Fear is not Created...it is SEWN in
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Something strange is happening in this eerie backwoods town. Inspired by true events, a group of friends... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Sew what... See more (4 total) »

Cast

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Scott Gaffen ... Nick
Carmen Garrison ... Brittany
Justin Boyd ... Digger

Heather Surdukan ... Michelle
Christopher Rowe ... Kurt / The Stitcher
Laurel Williamson ... Tamara
Celeste Cash ... Erin
Greg Burns ... Deputy Cedar
Craig Walter ... Sheriff Wallace
Caroline Wright ... Danielle
Dana Pike ... Homeless Loretta
Darla Enlow ... Victim #1
Don Blair ... Redneck Bob
Hannah Pike ... Creepy Little Girl
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Rich Bentz ... Gardner
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Directed by
Darla Enlow 
 
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Darla Enlow 

Produced by
Robb Vanskike .... executive producer
Robb Vanskike .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ben Hosterman 
 
Cinematography by
Darla Enlow 
 
Film Editing by
Darla Enlow 
Ben Hosterman 
 
Costume Design by
Dana Pike 
 
Stunts
Christopher Rowe .... stunt coordinator
 
Music Department
Ben Hosterman .... music supervisor
 

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90 min
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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Sew what..., 17 June 2008
Author: cyclone259 from USA

It's easy to criticize as a casual viewer a project which to the participants was very important. There were flaws too numerous to mention, acting as wooden as an oak dinette set and effects worse than those found in the Turkish version of Star Wars.

That being said, it isn't as horrible as some movies I've seen when taken into perspective, nor was it 'above the fray' either. Ironically some given a huge budget and A-list stars spew out puerile, lackluster donkey droppings and try to coat it with a golden sheen (or Charlie Sheen, which is worse) for mass consumption.

I was vastly disappointed after watching it, but who knows what I was expecting. It seems every movie I watch that you can tell was shot on video has sucked worse than a Hoover with a V-8.

What pushed it up (1) star was the bloopers. Why? I could tell they had fun doing it and that's what matters most to me anyway. I don't think they were out to make a billion dollar epic. I've always had a dream to make a low budget horror film and like it or not, The Stitcher is probably better than anything I could do.

I would like to point out that most of the acting was sub par, the lead male did pretty well all things considered. There were even moments when I was startled, but then realized I'd fallen asleep but woke up and 'The Stitcher' was still on.

I won't waste time on the sordid details, lets just leave that to the DVD box art.

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