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T Is for Thread (2011)

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While arguing with her husband from behind a closed bedroom door, a woman accidentally begins removing sutures from a recent face-lift.

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Robert Calwell ...
Grant
Jay Clarke ...
Doctor Romus
Delphine Roussel ...
Sarah
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While arguing with her husband from behind a closed bedroom door, a woman accidentally begins removing sutures from a recent face-lift.

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1 October 2011 (Canada)  »

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This film was made as an entry in the ABCs of Death 26th Director contest held by Drafthouse Films. See more »

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18 May 2013 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

I like the whole neat little gruesome concept of this short. It's very brief time span all revolves around one gag, but it's quite the marvellous little gag if you're a fan of the gory horror! It's real tense and dives into the darkly humorous build-up to the splatterific finale right from the get go. The acting was okay enough, the bitter antics of the husband and wife were fun to listen to, but I was mainly in it for the promise of schlocky blood and guts. The violence, which only truly happens in the final seconds, is a very funny kind of violence. There's a nice easy sense of the absurd to both the people and their bodily injuries. I'm not normally the squeamish sort, especially when it comes to things on TV, but I did once become physically nauseas at the spectacle of a face-lift performed on a woman on an episode of some series that was all about plastic surgery. It was just so bizarre and disgusting and somehow freaking wrong! I think in a strange way it could be a good thing if this short ever seriously disturbs or upsets anyone, which I doubt, as most shorts aren't ever that well known. They should be grossed out, if people actually saw beforehand just what a face-lift entails, I bet a lot less would go through with it! The best thing about this short is definitely its nerve-rattling build-up to its climax. The tension deliciously grows as various things snag on something there, and other things hang ever-so precariously above there-it's played for all it's worth and the domino effect is very well timed and played out. I'll try not to spoil it, but I will say that it combines the classic hilarity of a banana slip with painful and slightly disturbing bloody body horror mayhem. I thought this was a great little show, it's either supremely funny or supremely horrifying-for me it was more chucklesome than anything else. Look it up and it just might have you in(or out) stitches!!!


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