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Torment (2008)

After being discharged from a psychiatric hospital, Laura's husband Ray takes her to an isolated cottage to recover. There she is stalked by a psychopathic clown who performs macabre tricks... See full summary »

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Tom Stedham ...
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Ted Alderman ...
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Lucien Eisenach ...
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After being discharged from a psychiatric hospital, Laura's husband Ray takes her to an isolated cottage to recover. There she is stalked by a psychopathic clown who performs macabre tricks for his 'captive' audiences. But is the clown real or does he lurk in the dark recess of Laura's mind? Written by Anonymous

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Meet Dissecto the Clown. He's got a Captive Audience.

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4 March 2008 (USA)  »

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Lauren: They wear big shoes.
Ray: They also drive little cars. Maybe if we look around we can find some tiny little tire tracks leading away.
Lauren: Ray, I am so not in the mood.
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Catacomb of Creepshows #16 (of 50) or just clowning around
27 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

Ray hopes a little trip to a remote cabin will rekindle his relationship with Lauren (Suzi Lorraine), but soon he suspects her of seeing things, it doesn't help matters that she just got out of the loony bin. Elsewhere, a maniacal clown tortures and subsequently kills 'Mormans'.

A few things work against this film, the is she crazy or sane angle is pretty much moot from the get go and thus the tension that that might've created is non-existent. Second to have Suzi Lorraine in a movie, and in one shower scene none the less, and never show her assets is borderline sacrilege, and three the lack of screaming in the torture scenes just stretches credibility way too far.

That being said,the acting's pretty well done,the clown is effectively intimidating (even if the aforementioned torture scenes most definitely are not) and a chase sequence later in the film is tense. In the end, the good is offset by the detriments of the film


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