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Published on Mar 28, 2012
Doing for sitting down what Psycho did for showers.
This is the story of unloved furniture which bites back. Hard.
When two couples end up on a working holiday in a remote Tauranga house, things start to get ugly quickly when an old wooden stool is evicted from the house by one of the group.
When a menacing black chair is similarly discarded, all hell breaks loose for the unfortunate individuals in the house as the rejected furniture take gory vengeance for being disturbed by the new arrivals to their abode.
Chair Evil is a parachillomedy (a hybrid between a parody, a chiller and a comedy), and the makers of this movie take no responsibility for any reluctance to sit down the following day after watching this.
Recommended for a mature audience due to the nature of bodily carnage which occurs.
You'll never sit down again without looking twice at what you're sitting on ...
Thanks to everyone for watching and supporting the biggest export in Tauranga since we won the ports contract from Auckland!