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Edward Furlong’s Stitch Hits Home Video This February

Chris Savage

Stitch DVDWell this one is a blast from the past that I pretty much forgot about. But, Ajai Mathai’s Stitch, is still very much on the horizon, in fact this one is slated to hit Blu-ray & DVD this February 11th. Care to see the trailer? Head on down below and witness the madness.

The film stars Edward Furlong, Laurence Mason, Shawna Waldron, Douglas Tait, Shirly Brener, and Tiffany Martin.

Synopsis: Stitch follows the story of grieving parents as they cope with the loss of their young daughter. At the height of their desperation, they turn to their best friends for healing advice, who lead them into the deep desert for a weekend ritual meant to burn away emotional baggage.

Unfortunately the amateur ritual goes awry, and cosmic forces are unleashed, revealing something sinister ravaging each person with a progression of gruesome, medieval surgical scars. As the stitches rip skin and tear apart relationships, a battle for survival ensues, forcing the couples to come to terms with loss, betrayal, love, and hope.

Perhaps I’m a little mad, but I’m actually slightly intrigued by this one. But enough about me, let us know what you think of this one?



9 Comments

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      1. Shane Jewboy King January 7, 2014 at 9:07 am

        Furlong the addict or furlong the talent?

        • Marc Hughes
          Marc Hughes January 7, 2014 at 9:18 am

          There is no Furlong the talent, he’s never been any good he just got lucky and was picked for T2

      2. Shane Jewboy King January 7, 2014 at 9:21 am

        Animal factory Detroit Rick City American history x pecker a home of our own he was doing ok until he became a full blown junkie

      3. Meighyn Dobson January 7, 2014 at 9:33 am

        still over weight and in a b horror probably addict.

      4. Shane Jewboy King January 7, 2014 at 12:29 pm

        Haha ye most likely

      5. Anda Dániel January 7, 2014 at 1:37 pm

        horror

      6. Jeff Carson January 7, 2014 at 3:44 pm

        Looks like a shitty movie they’d play on syfy.

      7. Mark January 26, 2014 at 9:54 pm

        Furlong was always an awful actor even as a teenager. All his films since “Animal Factory” have been unwatchable.

      8. Mike King October 17, 2015 at 10:56 pm

        > There is no Furlong the talent, he’s never been
        > any good he just got lucky and was picked for T2

        > Animal factory Detroit Rick City American history x pecker a home
        > of our own he was doing ok until he became a full blown junkie

        > Furlong was always an awful actor even as a teenager

        Agreed, Furlong is definitely not an actor if by “actor” one is implying “good actor” and not just the name used to describe people who do that for a living. The middle commenter above is confusing two things, as if E.F. being in movies that were well received automatically means that the man himself has talent. Yes he was in a few good ones, but they weren’t good because of him, they were good despite him. If he has acting talent above what the average guy in the street has, it is not far above, and the reason he’s only in “1-star” pictures like this one now isn’t just because of his drug problems—obviously that doesn’t help any, yes—but Hollywood has a long-standing tradition of putting up with bullshit from very, very, VERY difficult to work with people *if* they’re talented. Perhaps the most obvious example of this was Brando… the man would say what he pleased instead of his lines in the script, would make absolutely ridiculous demands from directors, stopping all progress until they were met, and would not show up AT ALL if he didn’t feel like it. But he was never fired. Why do you think that is? Obviously, that’s an extreme example, but what I’m saying is valid also of actors who are not near the “legend” run of the ladder, because in the minds of directors their talent offsets it. E.F. is not at all in demand for reasons other than his drug problems, believe me.