Patchwork: Directed by Tyler MacIntyre. With Tory Stolper, Tracey Fairaway, Maria Blasucci, James Phelps. Three young women go out partying and wake up attached together as a Frankenstein monster. With their individual personalities still intact, the three women set out to figure out what happened to them.
“Itu0026#39;s an alright movie, the whole movie is spent trying to figure out who did this to them. Which is quite obvious from the get go, then there is another layer added in the third act of this, which didnu0026#39;t add to much depth to the story aside padding it out.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie is spit up into several different acts, which gives the movie a nice chance to flesh everyone out, some of them are quite good but they donu0026#39;t really add much to the story. The big bad, I would liked to have seen more of, like what where they doing before this. You saw snippets but you never really get to deep dive into it, the best part for me was the girls interacting with each other and the love interest. The whole going on a rampage and killing random people, I didnu0026#39;t really get but it added more to the run time.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere was some really dumb stuff to, like running away from the lab. Where they got Frankensteined, only to go looking elsewhere for the person who did this. It doesnu0026#39;t make a whole lot of sense, overall itu0026#39;s a decent movie, not sure if Iu0026#39;d watch it again. Frankenhooker is a much better movie but it was a decent watch.”