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Patchwork (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 6 June 2017 (USA)
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A bombastic throw-back horror-comedy that follows three young women who go out partying one night and find themselves Frankensteined together in one body. Now they must put aside their ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tory Stolper ... Jennifer
Tracey Fairaway ... Ellie
Maria Blasucci ... Madeleine
James Phelps ... Garret
Corey Sorenson ... The Surgeon
Eric Edelstein ... Lloyd
Craig Anstett Craig Anstett ... Will
Danny Jolles ... Hank
Mark Hapka ... Dan
Jon Rudnitsky ... Lance
Seth Cassell ... Tom Blake
Aaron Webman ... Peter
Natalie Turpin Natalie Turpin ... Rachel
Amanda Lund ... Hannah
Anthony DiMieri ... Dave


A bombastic throw-back horror-comedy that follows three young women who go out partying one night and find themselves Frankensteined together in one body. Now they must put aside their differences so they can find who did this and exact revenge!

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Comedy | Horror


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6 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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Пэчворк See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Ellie's roommate Hannah (played by Amanda Lund) is seen wearing a Pistol Shrimps basketball jersey, with "Lund" on the back. Amanda Lund is a member of the Pistol Shrimps basketball team immortalized in the documentary "The Pistol Shrimps (2016)". See more »


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Great Twist on a Classic Story
19 October 2015 | by GregSee all my reviews

A simple trip to a local bar for three women turns into a nightmarish scenario for three young women in the new Frankenstein-esque new film Patchwork.

Jennifer, Ellie and Madeleine couldn't be more different from each other. Jennifer is the straight laced business woman who wears pantsuits. Ellie is the blonde bombshell whose naivety often gets her in trouble. And Madeleine is a quiet freakish kind of girl. But on one night the three find themselves in the same drinking establishment and before morning they will be hacked, sewn and strung together to make a single character out of the best body parts each subject had to offer.

Upon awakening on the operating table the creature that has been Frankensteined attempts to gain control of their individual joints and body parts allowing them movement. The process is harder than can be expected as each personality of each girl controls parts of the new body. But escape it does and alone with the three voices in its head, the creature attempts to put the pieces together as to how, why and most importantly, who is responsible for their horrid creation.

Directed by Tyler MacIntyre based on a script by MacIntyre and Chris Lee Hill, Patchwork is a wonderfully deviant film that is rooted in Frankenstein mythology but tips its hat to cult classics such as Re-Animator and Darkman. Actresses Tory Stolper (Jennifer), Tracey Fairaway (Ellie) and Marie Blasucci (Madeleine) are perfectly cast with spellbinding chemistry resulting in many of the film's laugh out loud moments. Stolper particularly shines and is able to transform into the patchwork creature with B-movie exuberance twitching like Vincent D'Onofrio's Edgar in Men in Black as she learns how to work her new body.

The film is equally dark and humorous. The violence is almost cartoon-like but detailed enough to ensure an R-rating. And the humor is spot on as the three girls struggle to learn about each other and work together in the same consciousness. Think of Patchwork as the horror version of Pixar's Inside Out.

Cut into various chapters which take a non-linear approach to the story the film flips back and forward in time as they introduce the characters while progressing the narrative. It's a perfect device for a film whose main character is a cut and paste creation itself.

And we could not conclude any review without commenting on the stellar make-up effects in the film. The patched female creation looked as good as any make-up effect on an Oscar winning film and should be applauded to its attention to detail.

Patchwork in playing this week and the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and I can't imagine how it will not be a fan favorite at the conclusion of its screening. It was a smart, snarky funny film and should be screened by anyone who appreciates the genre.

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