BLOODY KNUCKLES (2014)
Release Date: October 27th 2015
Duration: 85 min
Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
Video: 1080p HD Widescreen (1.78:1)
Director: Matt O.
Cast: Adam Boys, Kasey Ryne Mazak, Ken Tsui, Gabrielle Giraud, Dwayne Bryshun, Steve Thackray, Tim Lok, Jason Asuncion
A cult film in the making, Matt O’s cheesily sick Bloody Knuckles has been a film festival favorite and has been described as “Vulgar, violent and very funny” by quietearth.us, “Puerile, juvenile, grotesque fun” by allthingshorror.com, “A bloody, funny blast!” by Bloody-Disgusting.com and “A five finger exercise in fun frights” by Fangoria.
The film follows a determinedly offensive cartoonist who gets his hand chopped off by a humorless crime lord. But the severed hand comes back to life (think of it as a demented Resurrection parable) to seek revenge on evil-doers. With plenty of dark humor and eye-popping violence, Bloody Knuckles makes for a totally un-PC, bloody good time.
Synopsis: Travis, an underground comic book artist with a penchant for obscene caricatures, upsets a Chinatown crime lord who responds by cutting off the young man’s hand. As a despondent, drunken Travis wallows in post-severed hand depression, his decomposing limb returns to life and is determined to exact revenge. Soon, Travis and his mischievous appendage join forces with a masked S+M superhero to rid the city of evil. Filmmaker Matt O.’s debut feature strips Canada of its “land of nice” image with this deliriously offensive, gory, and happily un-PC horror-comedy!
- Director's Commentary
- Diabolik DVD Tour
- Lunchmeat VHS interview
- Q/A with Cinema Sewer