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Two journalists are on the trail of a demented serial killer who may be much closer than they think.

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Jennifer Stevenson
Joe Davison ...
Mark Webb
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Christine
Jack Amos ...
Gurdy the Clown
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Detective Spaulding
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Detective Dunkin
Norberto Santiago ...
Draga Villette
Jerry Allen ...
Ed Purdy
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Jack Arlo
Krystal Badia ...
Jill Brynner
Clayton T. Smith Jr. ...
Young Gurdy (as Clayton Smith)
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William Fisk
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Michael Sovann
Christopher Jacobson ...
Stephen Plato
Leslie Crytzer ...
Tracy Greaston (as Leslie Ann Crytzer)
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After being accused of crimes he did not commit, a lonely circus performer exacts his revenge on those who unjustly condemned him. The act sparks something inside of him which he cannot stop and now, years later, his inner-demons have truly surfaced. Part urban legend, part tabloid sensationalism... he is now an unstoppable murderous juggernaut, fueled only by hate. Written by Anonymous

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(At the very end of the ending credits, as Voltaire's "When You're Evil" plays:) And the BIGGEST thanks of All Goes to You Yes, YOU! reading the credits till the very end. I Thank you Seriously I knew I should have picked a shorter song. I'm running out to things to write. Gotta admit, it's a great song! THANK YOU VOLTAIRE! See more »

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Marcus Koch ain't clowning around.
25 July 2009 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Poltergeist, Clownhouse, IT, Killer Klowns from Outer Space: if there's one thing that horror films have taught us, it's that clowns are not in the least bit funny; they are, in fact, messed up, creepy assed mo'fos harbouring homicidal tendencies.

As if further proof was needed, director Marcus Koch presents us with Gurdy (Jack Amos), the grease-painted circus maniac of splatter-fest 100 Tears. This lumbering looney loves nothing more than to attack his victims with his trusty, over-sized meat cleaver, splashing copious amounts of blood across walls, lopping off heads with ease, and spilling guts all over the floor.

Following the trail of dismembered bodies left in Gurdy's wake are intrepid tabloid reporters Mark Webb and Jennifer Stevenson (Joe Davison and Georgia Chris), whose keen investigative skills eventually lead them right into the lair of the killer.

100 Tears is a rough-around-the-edges, low budget flick featuring a cast of unknowns, whose acting talents range from the fairly reasonable to the totally inept. Likewise, Koch's handling of his material displays varying levels of competence, with some scenes demonstrating a keen sense of style, and others betraying the novice director's lack of experience.

The good news is that, although Koch's direction is uneven, the guy sure knows what he is doing when it comes to delivering the gore, and for horror fans who love the red stuff, his film proves to be an unmissable treat. It's the impressive bloody effects (also by Koch) that are the real stars of 100 Tears, and the countless severed heads, spurting arteries, coils of glistening innards, and rivers of blood more than make up for the occasional lull in action and odd spot of iffy dialogue (there are way too many lame scatological quips for my liking!).

Throw in a slutty, self harming teen who turns out to be Gurdy's equally homicidal daughter, and a hilarious chase scene involving a sprightly dwarf, and what you have is a delightfully trashy gore-fest that should put a smile on the face of any discerning gore-hound.


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