Stupid. Horrible. Awful. Pointless. Boring. All these words can be used to accurately and succinctly sum up the abomination that is Stitchface (or Stitch as it appears on IMDB). Seriously, this is utterly terrible. I actually had to watch some parts on double speed just to get through it.
I was drawn in because it sounded a bit like Wake Wood which was a bloody excellent film compared to this dross. The similarity being that they both centre on a couple who are struggling to come to terms with the death of their young daughter. In Stitchface, the couple retreats to a house in the desert with their closest friends, to complete some sort of weird healing ritual. All manner of strange business then starts happening but they seem like a pretty awful bunch of people with a serious lack of redeeming characteristics so who really cares?
I can’t help but feel bad for poor old Edward Furlong. He showed such promise as the young John Conner in Terminator 2, that he’s appearing in stuff like this, but then I suppose child actors aren’t the luckiest breed.