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Clown Fear

USA 2020
produced by
Phillip B. Goldfine, Asif Akbar, Minh Collins, Barry Brooker (executive), Stan Wertlieb (executive), Benjamin F. Sacks (executive), Jeff Chao (executive), James T. Bruce IV (executive), Dale Winsor Tanguay (executive), Kenneth Kam (executive), Thomas Koiso (executive), Lilian Gong-Koiso (executive), Wendy Alter (executive) for Circus Road, Grindstone Entertainment Group, Hollywood Media Bridge, Avail Films
directed by Minh Collins
starring Sadie Katz, Augie Duke, Tiffani Fest, Nikki Kris, Courtney Akbar, Darcy DeMoss, Randy Wayne, Gianni Capaldi, Barnaby Duke, Rufus Dorsey, Oscar Mata, Ron Russell, Elissa Dowling, Sarah French, Douglas Farrell, Chris Moss, Jennifer Durst, Miranda O'Hare, Ashley Mei, Josephine Gorchoff, Marv Blauvelt, Chris Cope, Michael Cervantes, Lorren Cackowski, Margot Major, Kimberly A. Frank, Osa Sjoberg, Eddie Pollard, Ingrid Benussi, Emma Gong-Koiso, Kelly Gong-Koiso, Danny Wolske, Beau Clarke, Isaac C. Singleton jr
written by Minh Collins, Sadie Katz, music by Daniel Berk, special effects by Michael Valenzuela

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It should have been a simple Las Vegas wedding between Carlee (Sadie Katz) and Thomas (Gianni Capaldi), but then he ditches her during the ceremony on (false) suspicions of her cheating on him, and now Sadie and bridesmaids Mia (Augie Duke), Amber (Tiffani Fest) and Nicole (Nikki Kris) are in their car speeding out of Las Vegas - until the car breaks down in a two horse town, and the only place to spend the night is the Clown Inn, a clown-themed motel that's ... a little creepy to say the least. But the four women are quick to make friends with Kat (Courtney Akbar), the outgoing daughter of the motel's owner (Darcy DeMoss), who shows them the hidden sights of the city, including her own private spa, where they meet Matthew (Barnaby Duke), her boyfriend who tells them of the messed up history of the town. Plus Carlee makes the acquaintance of the local hunky mechanic (Randy Wayne), with whom she spends some time having sex ... while everything outside changes, as with dusk, the clowns are taking over the city and chase Mia, Amber and Nicole, ultimately getting hold of Amber to sacrifice her to their God in a circus-themed ceremony - and it's only then that Carlee enters the picture again, and she soon comes to the realization she must grab the others and flee - if it isn't already too late ...


A backwoods shocker at least somehow reminiscent of 2000 Maniacs (if not nearly as gory), this film, as the title already suggests, plays with the rather common fear of clowns, and does so with quite some gusto and love to detail: The Clown Inn is perfectly creepy in its over-abundance of primary colours and "funny" designs, the clowns are creepy as heck in their clownishness (that also includes a certain helplessness in situations), and the clown-themed ceremony that's one of the highlights of the film has a truly hellish atmosphere to it. And couple that with relatable lead characters at the center of it all brought to life by strong performances and you've got yourself a very decent piece of horror.


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