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- Release Date: 2015
- Genre: Neo-monsters
- Cast and crew: Andy Powers, Laura Allen, Peter Stormare, Christian Distefano, Chuck Shamata, Elizabeth Whitmere, Victor Cornfoot, Lucas Kelly, Emily Burley, Matthew Stefiuk, Michael Riendeau, Miller Timlin, Robert Reynolds, Antonio Najera, Alex Pacheco, Walter Pacheco, John MacDonald, Allen Altman, Sarah Scheffer, Nathan Boucher, Matt Oberg, Eli Roth
- Director: Jon Watts
- Screenwriter: Christopher D. Ford, Jon Watts
Clown (2015) Rating:
- Dylan = 7 / 10;
- Eloise = 5 / 10;
- Raoul = 5 / 10;
- IMDb = 5.7 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 4.8 / 10;
Clown (2015) Synopsis:
A real estate agent finds an abandoned clown costume and decides to put it on for his little boy’s birthday. When he tries to remove it, later on, the costume won’t come off.
Clown (2015) Review:
Eli Roth latest production feels like a twisted attempt to reproduce how Stephen King’s It (1990), a movie that scared a whole generation of kids by depicting a nasty clown who murders children. So yes, Clown does resembles It in that there is a clown killing children, yet the two movies are different.
The concept of a killing costume that becomes a second skin is really good and, as far as I can remember, quite a novelty in the horror genre. The clown monster is presented as a demon, but I choose to list this movie as a monster one since it really has the feel of other transformation movies such as in The Fly or the recent Horns.
The clown itself is definitely the highlight of the movie. The transformation is gradual and a delight to watch. Towards the end, the filmmakers managed to come with a clown that is really, really scary.
Unfortunately, the movie dramatically lacks the punch to be a great one. It feels really long, mostly because of all the long of useless scenes in between the great action ones. Aside from the clown itself, the characters are lame too, and the acting forgettable.
An average watch, but one that still deserves the average mark.