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Mackenzie (Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester) finds herself to be one of the many targeted kills of Horny the clown. Since he only communicates with her through innocent childhood toys, its up to her to save his next possible victims- and ultimately herself.
This is not a serious horror movie. And its not MEANT to be a serious horror movie. That fact is made blatantly clear with the plot: A knife wielding clown? Named HORNY? But that doesn't take away from the overall fun of the movie!
If you liked the horror movies of yesteryear, this movie is a really good homage using plot devices from Nightmare on Elm Street, Carrie, IT, Chucky... plus there's some good comic relief sprinkled throughout the film as well. The acting is definitely NOT bad. The woman who played Mackenzie's mother made me cringe a few times, but besides that, I think they all did a pretty good job with what they were given!
So bottom line: If you're looking to watch a serious horror movie, I would stick to Stephen King. If you're into kitch and stupid/funny horror (like me), then you'll like this.
It seems all the parents of the teens who are killed know each other and share a secret. Shades of Elm Street! This is a slasher movie, and we know in the first scene, the clown did it. If you love killer clown movies (and who doesn't) you might add this to your viewing list.
F-bomb, sex?, no nudity
The leads were well cast. The one-liners were actually funny. And the villan was scary. Although the mystery surrounding has been seen before, because the movie was so well done, the worn-out premise is easily overlooked and works.
Scariest scene is when Horny's mask is torn off and his true face is revealed. How the heroine saves herself is brilliant! Let's hope the sequel is just as good!
Mackenzie's 18th birthday is just days away and the closer her birthday gets, the closer he gets to her. She ends up discovering that due to her mom's past involving the spirit of the man in the clown suit, that she and her dead friends share an unfortunate connection with Horny. Mackenzie realizes that unless she wants to become Horny's next victim, she must confront and defeat the demonic clown and send him back to hell's freak circus. The ending of the movie left room for a sequel which supposedly began production in 2010 but has yet to be released. No idea what the hold up is but I wish they'd go ahead and get it done because I'm anxious to see the sequel.
Right off the bat, it needs to be said that this is NOT a strict horror movie! This is comedy mixed with horror, so expect some cheesy and comical kills and lines being said. If you want a clown horror movie that's all horror, I recommend Stephen King's IT or the 1976 film Clown Murders. Because this is a low budget movie, the effects of this movie are very cheap and the acting is average but the movie overall is enjoyable, nonetheless.Read more ›
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