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Screen Shot 2015-10-15 at 2.32.44 PMIn two days (October 17th), Tyler Macintyre‘s feature film Patchwork will premiere at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival.  The movie, co-written by Chris Lee Hill and based on Mcintyre’s short of the same name, has the following synopsis:

Jennifer, Ellie, and Madeleine go out for a night on the town, and awake to find themselves trapped in the same body after being murdered, dissected and stitched together. Determined to find out what happened to them and who is responsible, they set out on a madcap quest for revenge.

Sounds like some blending of Frankenstein and The Human Centipede.  Still, the premise is messed up enough to be a scary horror film.  Patchwork stars Tory Stolper, Tracey Fairaway, Maria Blasucci, and James Phelps.  The trailer, while minimalist, has a bit of everything: blood, gore, disembodied limbs, and glimpses of extreme violence.  The poster is also fun, but does it remind anyone else of those 80’s era young adult novels?  It can almost be the cover of The Babysitters Club: Mary Anne’s Little Problem...