Bloody Knuckles

Bloody Knuckles

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! Horror, Comedy.

“Puerile, juvenile, grotesque fun.” –

“a bizarre concoction, which is totally nuts and yet surprisingly entertaining.” –

“A bloody, funny blast!” –

“Two fistfuls of fun.” – Body Count Rising

“Satisfies almost every entry on my subconscious genre film check list!” –

“Sure to earn the admiration of its target audience and the disdain of everyone who is too pussified to take a joke.” –

“The gorehound equivalent of a popcorn movie.” –

“Crass, sleazy and violent.” –

“A blood-spattered Valentine to underground comics and ’80s cult cinema…highly recommended!” –

“A five-finger exercise in fun frights.” – Fangoria

Bloody Knuckles
  • Bloody Knuckles

    Canada, our well-heeled neighbor to the north, is not known for cinematic carnage or gore comedies. But think again as first time director Matt O. offers this  deliriously offensive, gory and happily un-PC horror-comedy. Travis, an underground comic book artist with a penchant for obscene caricat...