Tag Archives: Clowns
Killer Klowns from Outer Space Review
One of my favorite overlooked films has got to be 1988’s Killer Klowns From Outer Space. Most self-respecting cinema fans would take one look at the title and not even give it the time of day. I, however, don’t respect myself… wait. In all seriousness, this movie was a staple of my youth and has become a family favorite now that I have children of my own.
Killer Klowns From Outer Space is almost the perfect introduction to genre [...]
There are certain recurring themes in horror that will never go away. Some aren’t very entertaining and I can personally do without, while some just make sense. Coulrophobia, or the fear of clowns, is a very real thing and what better way to scare someone than to produce an entire feature film based on this fear. That is exactly what first-time feature director Jon Watts and writer, Christopher Ford, have managed to create with their collaborative effort, Clown.
Killjoy Goes to Hell Review
I have to admit that a few years ago I rented the first Killjoy film and was a little disappointed in the lack of quality behind it. Although it had a wonderful premise and a pretty nasty villain, the film wasn’t as good as it could have been. With that being my introduction to the character, I had pretty much written ol’ Killjoy off… until I got Full Moon Streaming. After hitting up all of my favorite films from the [...]
Circus of the Dead Team Review
Some of you might have read my review for Doll Boy awhile back, and if you did, you probably remember the gigantic list of awards that it won. Well, Doll Boy’s nasty little creators are back and they have really out done themselves this time.
Billy ‘Bloody Bill’ Pon and the equally disturbed Lee Ankrum have created a nasty new little film called Circus of the Dead and I’m here to tell you folks… this one goes above and beyond [...]
100 Tears Review
More often than not, independent horror filmmakers lack the imagination to make the best of their low and no-budget films. I understand that with very little money comes very little resources, but there are still some directors out there that can still churn out a great product. A perfect example of this is 100 Tears by Marcus Koch.
Jennifer (Georgia Chris) and Mark (Joe Davison) are two tabloid reporters who are trying to find their next big story. They decide [...]