Clown – USA, 2019 – review

‘Come inside the funhouse!’

Clown is a 2019 American horror feature film in which teenagers have to fight for their lives as they find themselves trapped in a funhouse, stalked by a killer clown who won’t rest until every last one of them is dead.

Written and directed by Eric Forsberg (Mega Piranha; Monster; Night of the Dead: Leben Tod; Alien Abduction), The Asylum production stars Kasia Szarek, Micavrie Amaia (Daddy’s Girl), Marqus Bobesich (Blade: The Iron Cross; The Crossbreed) and Drew Hale (Cut and Chop).

Cast and characters:

  • Kasia Szarek … Clown Mom
  • Micavrie Amaia … Sarah
  • Marqus Bobesich … Homer
  • Drew Hale … Bucky
  • Christopher Shone … Thoth – Child
  • Adam Elshar … Austin
  • Nicholas Shone … Anubis
  • Sam Lazarus … Gordy
  • Camille Wormser … Jillian
  • James Jovanovich … Chuck
  • Taylor Watson Seupel … Davy
  • Dave Klec … Thoth the Clown
  • Tayvion Power … Marcus
  • Audrey Gibbs … Sally
  • Joyce Tatler … Organist

Technical details:

  • 87 minutes
  • Audio: Dolby
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35: 1

Working title:

Killer Clown

Notes:

Not to be confused with Clown (2014).

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