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John Lechago (written by)
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Release Date:
14 December 2010 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
You Can't Keep A Bad Clown Down See more »
Plot:
The demon clown Killjoy is resurrected once again, but this time he is not given the name of his victim and is trapped in his realm... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Demons, Clowns and College Girls...Oh My! See more (12 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Trent Haaga ... Killjoy / Psychologist

Victoria De Mare ... Batty Boop (as Victoria DeMare)

Al Burke ... Punchy the Hobo Clown / Cop
Tai Chan Ngo ... Freakshow the Mime
Jessica Whitaker ... Sandie

Michael Rupnow ... Rojer
Darrow Igus ... Professor
Spiral Jackson ... Zilla
Olivia Dawn York ... Erica
Mark Freedom ... Shaman

Quentin Miles ... Michael's Ghost
Helen Wong ... Female Psychologist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Michael Deak ... Nazi Soldier (archive footage) (uncredited)

Guy Rolfe ... Andre Toulon (archive sound) (uncredited)

Directed by
John Lechago 
 
Writing credits
John Lechago (written by)

Carl Washington  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Charles Band .... producer
Henry Luk .... executive producer
Tai Chan Ngo .... co-producer
Ryan Sauter .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Sean Colin 
 
Cinematography by
Terrance Ryker (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Danny Draven  (as Henry Gordon Jago)
 
Casting by
Jeremiah Lutes 
 
Production Design by
Joe Walser 
 
Art Direction by
Innes Zhang 
 
Costume Design by
E. Dee Biddlecome  (as Edee Biddlecome)
 
Makeup Department
Tom Devlin .... special makeup effects artist
Michael Dinetz .... special makeup supervisor (as Mike Dinetz)
Rayni He .... hair stylist
Rayni He .... key makeup artist
Tina He .... hair stylist
Shi Jingjing .... makeup assistant
Louise Lai .... makeup assistant
Sunny Li .... makeup assistant
Pand Peng .... makeup assistant
Maryanne Schultz .... special makeup assistant
Andrea Wiersma .... special makeup assistant
Peng Xue .... makeup assistant
Wen Yaxuan .... makeup assistant
Style Ye .... makeup assistant
 
Production Management
Kingwing Chung .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Max Chan .... second assistant director
Fred Sun .... first assistant director
Seventeen Xie .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Yao An'De .... painter
Yuan Benhua .... construction apprentice
Ding Bikun .... carpenter
Liu Dongliang .... painter
Li Fuqiang .... construction lead
Quan Guansheng .... construction apprentice
Yu Guotuan .... construction apprentice
Ray Huang .... art assistant
Shengde Huang .... construction apprentice
Quyang Hui .... construction apprentice
Li Kunqiang .... carpenter
Wu Laiqing .... carpenter
Lee Li .... art assistant
Vivi Li .... art assistant
Linna Lin .... property master
Li Linglun .... construction apprentice
Guofei Luo .... carpenter
Shuifang Luo .... carpenter
Triangel Luo .... art assistant
Tang Mengkui .... welder
Ben Pan .... art assistant
Wenxue Zhang .... welder
 
Sound Department
Kenny Klimak .... post-production sound designer: Barking Dog Sound (as Kenneth Klimak)
Janesse Liang .... mixer
Ping Liu .... boom operator
Sarah Liu .... sound supervisor
Ameh Xu .... sound technician
Kyle Xu .... assistant
 
Special Effects by
Tom Devlin .... sculptor: demons
Tom Devlin .... special effects designer: demons
Michael Dinetz .... additional makeup effects (as Mike Dinetz)
 
Stunts
Al Burke .... fight choreographer: 8 Ball Stunts (as Al 'Mr. Outrageous' Burk)
Tai Chan Ngo .... stunt double: Killjoy
Al Burke .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Cameo Chen .... first assistant camera
J.R. Cheng .... electrician
J.R. Cheng .... grip
He Chuncheng .... best boy
Liu Dejun .... electrician
Liu Dejun .... grip
Cease Huang .... still photographer
Leon Huang .... slate
Frank Lee .... gaffer
Kin Lee .... second assistant camera
Maran Mykal .... grip
Lu Shufen .... electrician
Lu Shufen .... grip
Hubert Wang .... dolly grip (as Hubert Wong)
Liang Yi .... assistant camera
Peter Zheng .... electrician
Peter Zheng .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pink He .... costume supervisor (as Ping He)
Pink He .... wardrobe
Shirley Huang .... costume apprentice
Boy Li .... costume assistant
Traphia Wei .... costume assistant
K.K. Xiao .... costume apprentice
 
Editorial Department
Danny Draven .... post production supervisor (as Henry Gordon Jago)
Juan Patricio .... additional editor
Ken Yu .... video transfer
 
Music Department
Michael Sean Colin .... music producer
 
Transportation Department
Huang Changquan .... driver
Xie Guo'An .... driver
Chaohong Wang .... driver
Zhong Zhengwen .... driver
 
Other crew
Li Guoliang .... chef: chinese chef
Jack King .... script supervisor
Zhaorong Li .... cleaner
Juan Patricio .... main titles
T.T. Tan .... on-set translator
Helen Wong .... on-set translator
Yueaing Xie .... cleaner
Hazel Yang .... office manager
Grace Zhang .... on-set translator
Zhonghua Zhang .... chef: western chef
Queenie Zhou .... accountant
 
Thanks
Stuart Gordon .... special thanks
'Evil' Ted Smith .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Killjoy's Revenge" - USA (alternative title)
"Killjoy's Revenge!" - USA (DVD title)
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Runtime:
USA:76 min
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It took three to five hours every morning to apply all the body make-up that Victoria De Mare needed so she could play sexy succubus clown Batty Boop. Moreover, said make-up took about two hours to remove at the end of a day's shooting.See more »
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5 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Demons, Clowns and College Girls...Oh My!, 10 March 2011
Author: Brian Harris (wildsidecinema) from United States

When Band first announced that a third entry into the Killjoy franchise would be going into production I was a bit dumbstruck, why make Killjoy 3 when a new Trancers or Subspecies would have been guaranteed money in the bank? A new Puppet Master or Demonic Toys I can see as puppets have always been Full Moon's true cash cow but Killjoy? Boy was I wrong! Killjoy 3 was no masterpiece of horror, that's for sure, but I'll be damned if it wasn't creepy, sexy fun! Not only was Trent Haaga's Killjoy in rare form but the additional demonic clowns created by writer/director John Lechago (Blood Gnome & Bio-Slime) were genius! This time around we get a lumbering Emmett Kelly style clown dubbed "Punchy the clown," a scary mime and his parasitic sibling dubbed "Freakshow" and, last but certainly not least, a scorching hot succubus clown covered head to toe in body paint named "Batty Boop." Each clown brings its own distinctive look and abilities to the film but the most impressive power wielded by any of them was Batty Boop's amazing ability to cause my pants to spontaneously tent.

It's obvious Lechago was working on a low budget which is no surprise but he still managed to do a damn good job creating a wickedly entertaining sequel. The way Killjoy 3 is written one needn't watch the first two films in order to get their bearings as everything you really need to know about the character is made available to you in this installment. The dialog, outside of a few flat performances, was believable, the CG was fun and appropriate and the special effects make-up and gore were gruesome; this was an enjoyable B-movie romp with more positive than negative to look forward to.

If you're a fan of the first two Killjoy films, you'll want to grab this as it's the best of the series. If you've never seen a Killjoy film but you're interested in checking this out, be sure to rent.

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