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Fantasia 2014 exclusive: NSFW video, lobby cards from “BLOODY KNUCKLES”

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A painful hand job climaxes a NSFW clip from BLOODY KNUCKLES, the horror/comedy that world-premieres this weekend at Montreal’s Fantasia festival. You can see it, plus a couple of exclusive lobby cards, after the jump.

Written and directed by Matt O’Mahoney, BLOODY KNUCKLES screens at Fantasia this Sunday, July 29 at 5 p.m., with the filmmaker (who previously created the short films ADJUST TRACKING and ELECTRIC FENCE) and other guests in attendance. The synopsis: “Travis [Adam Boys] is actually a pretty nice guy, considering he’s the mind behind the obscene underground comic VULGARIAN INVASIONS. His life is good and it’s only getting better. His roommate, Ralphie [Ken Tsui], is also his best friend and half-brother, he just successfully launched another comic and he’s managed to attract the attention of comely journalist Amy [Gabrielle Giraud]. Unfortunately for Travis, his commitment to free speech isn’t respected by everyone in town and he finds himself in real peril when he decides to target shady Chinatown businessman Leonard Fong in his delightfully crude comic.

“In a bloody act of revenge for the savage skewering, Fong orders his goons to sever Travis’ drawing hand, effectively ending his career. Shaken to his core and surviving on malt liquor for breakfast (and lunch, and dinner), Travis cravenly turns his back on comics and challenging the status quo. That is, until his severed hand returns and demands that Travis continue his work on VULGARIAN INVASIONS. Will Travis succumb to his dead hand’s vulgar rude taunts and force Fong to pay for his mutilation, or will the severed appendage be compelled to take things into its own…hands?” See BLOODY KNUCKLES’ Facebook page here.

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Michael Gingold
Michael Gingold has been a member of the FANGORIA team for the past three decades. After starting as a writer for the magazine in 1988, he came aboard as associate editor in 1990 and two years later moved up to managing editor, the position he holds to this day while continuing to contribute numerous articles and reviews.
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