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  • Actors: Georgia Chris, Joe Davison, Raine Brown, Jack Amos
  • Directors: Marcus Koch
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NC-17
  • Studio: Anthem Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: December 9, 2008
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001ILTUII
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #395,199 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "100 Tears" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Jennifer (Georgia Chris) and her partner, Mark(Joe Davison) are tired of writing for the local tabloid papers, seeking something bigger. They soon stumble upon the story of a lifetime. A notorious murderer, known only as "The Teardrop Killer". As the onslaught of human butchery gets even closer to home, Mark and Jennifer piece together the grizzly puzzle behind a 20 year murder spree. Their investigation leads them to the dark secrets left behind by carnival performers to the past of a lovable clown named Gurdy.

Customer Reviews

Great story, awesome effects, gory as hell, Really great cast and a midget chase scene.
Lisa Abney
I didn't keep count or anything, but I imagine the body count was about thirty, and nearly all of the deaths occur onscreen.
Ben Wasden
If you like this kind of movies with clowns, dead and weird people, you will love this one.
E. O. Pages

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 1, 2010
Format: DVD
Attention all splatter enthusiasts, your day of deliverance is at hand! Gurdy the clown (Jack Amos) has arrived in order to cause enough bloody mayhem to drown you! 100 TEARS is the tale of said clown, and his terrible, blood-drenched trail of vengeance! The opening scene alone is worth its weight in entrails! TEARS also stars Raine Brown (HORROR, AUNT ROSE), who has finally redeemed herself after her horrid appearance in the inept floater, WOODS OF EVIL. Here, she shines w/ maniacal glee! I give this one 5 stars for three major reasons. 1- It's obviously limited budget. 2- Gurdy is awesome! 3- Ms. Brown's insane performance. So, if your tastes run toward the gory / funny, and eeevil, murderous clowns are your delight, then 100 TEARS is a surefire hit!...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William Dorfer on October 17, 2011
Format: DVD
"100 Tears" breathes a lot of life into independent, low-budget horror films. Without having the sort of dollars to spend such as a film like "Inception" or movies of that sort, and for not having any super-famous actors, "100 Tears" delivers the goods and then some! For those of you who like twisted, evil clowns and giant tools used to slice and dice people up, along with a good laugh here and there and a good storyline, "100 Tears" will be a real treat, as it was for me! Thanks for the time, and peace.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ben Wasden on March 12, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Awesome. Brilliant. Insane. Those are three words that describe the slasher flick 100 Tears. It is possibly the goriest slasher movie ever made. I didn't keep count or anything, but I imagine the body count was about thirty, and nearly all of the deaths occur onscreen. There's many decapitations and amputations, as well as a pretty good script and above average performances from the cast. 100 Tears along with Hatchet, Killer Movie, Midnight Movie, Gutterballs, and the Friday the 13th and My Bloody Valentine reboots are proving that the slasher film isn't just still alive, it's bigger and better than ever.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andrew E. Rose on November 17, 2008
Format: DVD
Marcus Koch directed and did the special fx for this Joe Davison written clown slasher film starring Raine Brown and others. When you watch this film, you'll understand why say "Raine Brown and others" -- Raine's performance of Christine Gleason is so incredibly over-the-top that it pretty well overshadows all but Jack Amos as Gurdy the Clown.

This film features 9 kills in the first 12 minutes of the movie as Gurdy the Clown wreaks havoc and commits mass murder in a random half-way house. And from that point on there are more than enough bloody, gory, violent kills to keep even the most demanding of slasher horror fans from becoming bored.

Joe Davison wrote a fantastic story with a really cool twist, that I will not get into here because the film releases on DVD on the 8th of December here in the United States so I really do not want to ruin this film for you.

Marcus, as the director and creator of special f/x, is genius. The technical aspects of this film, from lighting to camera-work, to the directing of characters and development, to every single kill stand heads and tails above most slasher films to include those put out by mainstream big budget studios.

Buy this film. You'll not be disappointed in Raine or Jack's performance. Another fantastic performance is found in Jeff Dylan Graham's short appearance as one of Gurd'Y's victim. If ultra-violent, gore and blood, and incredibly terrifying clowns are your thing - then you'll absolutely be into 100 TEARS.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer M. Hensley on February 24, 2010
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Oh man, were to start. Haha. Well, what you have here is a murdering clown killing off everyone with a HUGE meat clever!!! The front cover doesn't lie! Oh, wait, there also happens to be a small "surprise twist" in the film,too. That's pretty much the story. Haha. Somebody please help me find more of this awesome trash because I got such a kick out of this!!! Yes, within the first five minutes into this flick you will experience crazy, off-the-wall, gore galore almost completely throughout this cheesy masterpiece! Actually, to tell you the truth, I was exhausted from it all and was able to rest my eyes during the few scenes that didn't contain gore. Fast pace, too! The 90 something minutes went by quick! Haha. The acting is ok. Not annoying at all. Again, this flick is made for sake of throwing as much blood in your face as possible. Being that it is a low-budget flick, the gore is of course, 'Terror Firmer' style. Not like what you'd see in 'SAW' films or any other big-budget gore flick. That being said, the FX is still impressive and fun to watch. So let that be a warning for those who aren't into this kind of thing. '1OO TEARS' goes best with other gems such as: 'BUZZSAW', 'Cannibal Campout', 'Terror Firmer' etc. I will definitely have this on the playlist for next Halloween!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. hacker on October 28, 2009
Format: DVD
This is one of the best indie horror low budget movies ive ever seen.It makes all other killer clown movies look so weak in comparison.This movie had plenty of blood and gore and enough going on to keep my attention all the way throw.Not to mention a masive body count.This is one movie thats going in my dvd collection a must have for any fan or gore and killer clowns.5 stars
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Copp on April 4, 2010
Format: DVD
The micro-budget indie horror scene is wall to wall with movies that get attention strictly for having loads of gore and brutality. But often those movies lack, wit, decently action or even competent staging of those set pieces. So it is mystifying how a movie as well done as 100 TEARS has not garnered a huge cult following in the three years it was made.

The movie is wall to wally gore, but more importantly, that gore is effectively shot and edited to have IMPACT and not just some backyard yoddle with a camcorder and an enema bottle of stage blood. These shock scenes grab you and for for broke like being in a a mini war zone with the killer of the title. Speaking of the killer, a killer clown lends itself to parody but here is played thankfully straigt with now smart ass lines, hell no lines at all. He's a hulking menace, a killing machine turned on by the sight of severed limbs and spurting head stumps.

But also on tap that works better than it has any right to is the main thrust of the story dealing with the best friend duo of tabloid reporters on the case. Their story is often groan inducing cute,. but never so much that you hate them. In fact they end up being fairly well written characters by the end of he movie. Also well written in the twist in the last fifteen minutes that takes the movie into a whole other direction.

This movie is far better than a huge percentage of the much and dreck in the peer group for which it was made. So check it ouf if you like your slasher movies strong and creative.
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