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Fear of Clowns 2 (2007)

Shivers the Clown is back with a vengeance in this sequel to the Lionsgate hit video from 2004! And the ante is upped when he's back with two new psychotic clowns to help him kill Lynn ... See full summary »

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Jacqueline Reres ...
Lynn (as Jacky Reres)
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Shivers The Clown
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Det. Dan Peters
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Ralph
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John C. Bailey ...
Dr. Jones
Mike Baldwin ...
Craig
Jennifer Bonass ...
Fan at book signing
Vincent T. Brown ...
Sargent Raup
Steve Carson ...
Officer Stewie
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Carol
Neil Conway ...
Doctor
Kayla Marie Cooper ...
Paramedic
Savannah Costello ...
Maggie
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Fan at Book Signing
Krystal Dorsey ...
Waitress / Book Signing Fan
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Shivers the Clown is back with a vengeance in this sequel to the Lionsgate hit video from 2004! And the ante is upped when he's back with two new psychotic clowns to help him kill Lynn Blodgett. But Detective Peters, the man who put Shivers away, is also back, and this time he doesn't want the clown behind bars...he wants him six feet under! Written by Anonymous

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18 September 2007 (USA)  »

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The Call (Kevin Sucks Version)
Written by Erik Ashley
Performed by UNFAITH
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A short review of Fear of Clowns 2
29 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First of all, this movie is a million times better than the original Fear of Clowns. I don't know if this was the intension, but it's also freaking hilarious. I was cracking up almost the whole time. It's pretty cool that it's a local film (Maryland/Eastern Shore) too. But the acting is improved, the story is improved, the interest is improved (in the first FOC, I only really liked it during the last part of the movie because it takes place in a movie theater that I go to all the time). There is a bit of suspense, but like almost all horror movies, the point of the whole thing is pretty much not there. However, movies like this are also meant to entertain, and this movie did that very well. That's why I give it a 7/10. It's satisfactory. I am glad Kevin Kangas had more money to put into the second installment. Maybe if he makes a third FOC, he'll have an even bigger budget and be able to make a much better movie that even all the Kevin Kangas haters can enjoy.


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