Currently making big waves in the festival circuit is Tyler MacIntyre’s Patchwork.  It has packed houses at Toronto After Dark Film Festival and is fresh off of Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Editing awards at Screamfest Horror Film Festival this past weekend.

While countless adaptations of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein have been produced since 1910, MacIntyre’s vision takes the story down a unique path, complete with throwback style and tons of humor. If you’re not already intrigued, check out the teaser below. I haven’t been this excited for a Frankenstein adaptation since Lucky McKee’s May.

Three women go out for a night on the town separately and wake up together in a decidedly compromising position. After being murdered, dissected, and reassembled into a single person, Jennifer, Ellie, and Madeleine find themselves trapped inside the body of Stitch. Frankenstein meets the Hangover as these frightful femmes piece together what happened to them and who is responsible, tearing through anyone who gets in their way.

Patchwork Poster