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Fear of Clowns (2004)

An artist with coulrophobia ("fear of clowns") is stalked by a murderous clown resembling one of the ones she paints.

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Tucker Reid
Jacqueline Reres ...
Lynn Blodgett (as Jacky Reres)
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Shivers the Clown
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Doctor Bert Tokyo
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Detective Peters
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Heston
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Officer Patrick
Andrew Schneider ...
Phillip (as Andrew C. Schneider)
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Amanda Green
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Julie
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Osbourne
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Gale Wroten
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Endle Parrish
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Nicholas Blodgett
Darla Albornoz ...
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An artist with coulrophobia ("fear of clowns") is stalked by a murderous clown resembling one of the ones she paints.

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painter | evil clown | See All (2) »

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Your fear is justified! See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, some nudity and brief language

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28 February 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Detective Peters: That is the biggest fucking clown I've ever seen.
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The Director does not wish to thank the following: Most of the Anne Arundel and Howard County Police Department, Cumfort Inn, Hurricane Isabel. See more »

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References The Punisher (2004) See more »

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Written by John Maellaro
Performed by Dave Thomasson
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poorly done
7 November 2006 | by (Melville, NY) – See all my reviews

this was one of those movies that you go out and take a chance in the video store. You see a b-movie that you've never heard of with a cool box and cool title. Then you get home, hoping you've found yourself a gem, but when you pop it in your DVD player you realize you have to reach for the Ben & Jerry's to stave off the depression. From the novice acting, to the bad writing to the cheesy special effects... everything was just plain bad. Even right down to something I never even notice... the editing. There are some downright noticeably bad cuts that boggle the mind. I listened to a little of the audio commentary and the director kept talking about how much attention they paid to the audio, but I never once heard him voice his production concerns about any visual aspects i.e. poor lighting, amateur camera angles. Stay away from this one.


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