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Clownhouse was a film that gave me the creeps. I was in my mid-20's when I watched it and it spooked me.
Clowns are horrible things when you think about it. I could never trust a clown so when you consider it, this film had a good premise and despite the lack of blood and gore, it is a very good film relying more on chills and thrills rather than blood and gore.
Some lunatics escape from an asylum and dress up as clowns. One night, three lads are in the house on their own...and you can guess the rest.
I won't spoil any bits but there are some truly creepy scenes. I'd love to tell you them but it would spoil it.
All in all, Clownhouse is a very effective chiller. And I don't believe it is an exaggeration to call it a chiller.
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