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The Seamstress

2.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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An ancient curse returns with a vengeance in this harrowing descent into shear terror! While searching for her missing father, pretty young Allie and her friends are dragged kicking and screaming into a living nightmare courtesy of the Seamstress, a local legend spoken of in whispers who still terrorizes the community after her brutal death at the hands of bloodthirsty locals years before. Now armed with her very sharp sewing needles and a diabolical imagination, she won't stop until the last drop of blood is sewn. Lance Henrikson (Pumpkinhead, TV's Millenium) stars in this tailor-made exercise in terror that will rip you to shreds!

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  • Actors: Kailin See, David Kopp, James Kirk, Lara Gilchrist, Sarah Mutch
  • Directors: Jesse James Miller
  • Writers: Bob Hume, Mark Garbett, David Andrew Lloyd
  • Producers: Andrew Bronstein, Bob Hume, Kristian Andresen, Mark Garbett
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FUIJ1U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #203,961 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Seamstress" on IMDb

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The film opens with Allie (Kailin See) trying to piece together clues of her father's murder. She comes across all kinds of weird supernatural stuff and symbols. The movie then shifts gears from a scary supernatural story to an up beat slasher film as a bunch of young adults go to an island. It is here on the island that the plot is explained about the cursed seamstress who sews shut the eyes and mouth of her victims. If you watch a lot of horror films, you will most likely be bored with this one as it brings nothing new to the table. The acting lacked. The plot wasn't bad, but the drama and filler material, as well as the dialouge was weak. This is evident during an early scene where Allie confronts the sheriff (Lance Henriksen) over the murder of her father. Might be tolerable as a low budget rental.

F-bombs, sex, brief rear nudity.
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This movie was on Syfy one time. The info of the plot intrigued me and got more interested because I saw Lance Henriksen was in it. I'm a sucker when it comes to his movies, he really is a good actor but I am very afraid that he could not save this movie. I thought he was very good in this one! I thought the actual picture with the effects and such was good. Even most of the actors were doing a good job with their characters, only one or two I thought needed a few more acting classes and were not convincing at all. But, the downfall and I mean extreme downfall that made me not like this movie was how it was runned. It was very uneven and very choppy in places. It was so hard to follow through the story and how this ghost became and the connectors of the story, they weren't connecting so I felt like I was assuming through most of it. Through the beginning half of the movie I felt like I was missing parts and that it started in the middle of the story. Than I was like why are these friends coming to help this friend when it seemed like she really didn't want their help. Why are they just treating this like a camping trip or a good time when she is in search of what happened to her father? And with the woman so they thought she was the seamstress or something so thats why they tortured her and killed her and her husband? I mean I can't think of any other explanation why they would go and do that. I'm just so confused, I like mind-f*ck movies but this isn't one of those its just a confusing, choppy movie that makes you go I wasted that much time of my life for a movie I can't even piece together at all but just assume those pieces are right?? Im sorry but I need a little more than that and I definitely don't want to feel like I wasted time after I watch a movie. So I mean if you want too, its really at your own risk but I really think you should pass on this one!
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when you see a film with lance hendrickson you cannot go wrong.. he is truly a fine talented actor. a great film with a great storyline and excellent deserted island filming locations. fine actors and actress who did a great job with their lines and acting. most horror / thriller movies today have the same storylines where you have several young couples who escape to a lost deserted island or rustic cabin for a night of wild parting, drinking, dancing, and having sex. this film has all the stuff of a horror film, and some really sexy actresses too. can't say that most agree with the premise of the couples getting killed after a wild sexual fling but that is used in alot of horror films. a scene in this film that was corny and off the wall was where a cute couple are having sex and the guy has a sudden case of diarrhea... he pulls off his girlfriend;'s sock to use as a tissue and then runs off sans clothing. this movie would be liked by both guys and girls, has a little bit of suspense, horror, and keeps you thinking.
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thank you soo much great movie and in awesome condition ty again. i would recommend this movie to horror seekers
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Hey kids! Do you remember a movie called The Blair Witch Project?

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).
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