Bloody Knuckles (movie)
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|Directed by||Matt O'Mahoney|
|Produced by||Matt O'Mahoney|
|Screenplay by||Matt O'Mahoney|
Kasey Ryne Mazak
|Music by||Eugenio Battaglia|
|Edited by||Scott Belyea|
|Distributed by||Artsploitation Films|
Bloody Knuckles is a 2014 Canadian comedy horror film, the first feature film directed by Matt O'Mahoney. It stars Adam Boys and Kasey Ryne Mazak and received its premiere at a late-night showing at the first Other Worlds Austin festival.
Travis is an underground comics artist one of whose works depicts Chinatown boss Leonard Fong as a gangster responsible for a teenager's death by rat poison. Fong cuts off Travis's drawing hand, which rises from the sewer to take revenge and also beats up its former owner. A subplot involving Homo Dynamous, a gay man wearing leather bondage gear who comes to life from Travis' comic to assist him and his hand, critiques censoriousness in modern Canadian culture.
- Adam Boys as Travis
- Kasey Ryne Mazak as Leonard Fong
- Ken Tsui as Ralphie
- Gabrielle Giraud as Amy
- Dwayne Bryshun as Homo Dynamous
- Steve Thackray as Detective Frank
- Tim Lok as Shrimp
- Jason Asuncion as Brutus
- Kent S. Leung as Static
- Robin Jung as Maggot
- Krista Magnusson as Hand
- Peter Breeze as Kyle
The film was shot in Vancouver, and was originally titled Sick Puppy. It was O'Mahoney's feature film directing debut.
|2014||Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival||Best Screenplay||Matt O'Mahoney||Won|||
|Best Picture||Matt O'Mahoney / Daniel Domachowski / Christena Zatylny||Won|
|Best Special Effects||Matthew Aebig||Won|
|Vancouver International Film Festival||Best BC Film||Matt O'Mahoney||Nominated|
|Best Emerging BC Filmmaker||Nominated|
|2015||Leo Awards||Best Make-Up in a Feature Length Drama||Matthew Aebig / Sara Huggins||Nominated|
|Best Make-Up in a Motion Picture||Nominated|
- Richard Whittaker (December 13, 2014). "Gazing Back at Other Worlds Austin". Austin Chronicle.
- Michael Gingold (October 28, 2015). "Q&A: On the Offensive With the 'BLOODY KNUCKLES' Team". Fangoria.
- "Bloody Knuckles award-listing on IMDb".
- Bloody Knuckles at AllMovie
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- Bloody Knuckles at the TCM Movie Database
- Bloody Knuckles at Rotten Tomatoes
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