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F-bombs, sex, brief rear nudity.
It was revolutionary at the time -supposedly real footage of missing teenagers who were investigating a witch. It featured confused actors running around in the dark, weird runes made of sticks, a map that led to nowhere, a victim who was wrongly accused of being a witch and thus became something much worse, and an invisible entity that slowly took apart her victims. But that was over ten years ago. None of you youngins actually saw that movie, right?
Toss in a little bit of The Ring, complete with a well, a creepy girl with long hair in a white dress, and a curse involving the number seven. Mix until half-baked. Then release onto unsuspecting horror fans.
What's so sad is that The Seamstress had potential. Any ghost that can sew your lips and eyes closed while you're still alive and string you up like a spider in a web of yarn is quite creepy. Tossed into this meat grinder are teenage stereotypes: the geek (James Kirk), the jock (David Kopp), the loose hottie (Sarah Mutch), the happy couple (Lara Gilchrist and Richard Stroh), and the conflicted Final Girl Allie (Kailin See). It seems that an angry mob of seven people falsely accused a woman (The Seamstress) of murdering children, and in retaliation mutilated her husband before disposing of them both. With her dying breath The Seamstress (Andee Frizzell) cursed her killers. Now she and her ghost husband (Aaron Pearl) are back for revenge and killing the seven off, one of which happens to be Allie's father (David Nykl).Read more ›
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The Seamstress (Jesse James Miller, 2009)
After we finished watching this flick, my daughter thought about it for a while, and then gave her verdict: "it was weird. Read more
I watched this movie on Syfy last night. It moved soooo slowly. I kept waiting for the good part to come but it never did. Read morePublished on July 26, 2010 by Marcia Joyce
This movie is about a group of kids who go to a forested island in search of the missing father of one of the girls in the group. Read morePublished on May 21, 2010 by Anja Rebekka Schultze
Allie's father has disappeared on an island, and she wonders if his connection to an old crime is responsible. Read morePublished on March 27, 2010 by TREND700
I regret having purchased this movie but maybe by writing this review, I can prevent anyone else from making the same mistake. Read morePublished on March 6, 2010 by PURPLE JEWELS
The seamstress won't keep you on pins and needles, nor will it keep you in stitches. It just falls apart like a badly hemmed wedding dress. Read morePublished on November 3, 2009 by Robert F. Powers