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S.I.C.K. Serial Insane Clown Killer (2003)

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A couple of friends are chased by a killer clown in the woods during a week-end.


Bob Willems





Cast overview, first billed only:
Erica Hanlon Erica Hanlon ... Tammy Walker
Ken Hebert ... Brandon Walker
Christopher Allison Christopher Allison ... David McElory
Charlie Fenwick Charlie Fenwick ... Uncle Billy
Amanda Watson Amanda Watson ... Tracy Smith
Phil Nichols Phil Nichols ... Dr. Phill
Chris Jobe Chris Jobe ... Susan Bell (as Chris Bruck)
Hank Fields Hank Fields ... Mark Bell
Abe Schwartzberg Abe Schwartzberg ... Patron / Extra
Jamie Hartzog Jamie Hartzog ... Sophia
John Harper John Harper ... Patron
Melissa L. Nichols Melissa L. Nichols ... Waitress
James Harper James Harper ... Bartender
Melissa Bale Melissa Bale ... Denise Walker
John Paul Faour John Paul Faour ... George


At first it was just a joke, a myth around the campfire for five friends staying at a remote cabin in the Texas woods. But when they begin to disappear one-by-one, replaced by bloodied body parts and voodoo effigies scattered among the trees, the remaining few scramble for their lives. But he's out there. And he's sick. And all he wants is blood.

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This Texas Massacre Is Nothing To Laugh About. See more »


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence/gore, sexuality, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


In the trailer, there is a deleted sex scene between Brandon, Ken Hebert, and Tracy, Amanda Watson, that is briefly seen. Tracy is riding on top of Brandon with her bra still on. This was probably because Amanda Watson didn't want to be topless and therefore the scene may have been removed and replaced with something more titillating between them where Tracy's bra is removed by Brandon and her breasts are seen momentarily. It may also be a body double during this scene as Amanda Watson's face is never shown, only her voice which seems to be dubbed in as she moans with pleasure while her stomach is kissed. See more »


Uncle Billy: You can stick your gun up your ass!
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References Friday the 13th (1980) See more »

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S.E.R.I.O.U.S.L.Y. S.T.U.P.I.D.
24 February 2004 | by capkronosSee all my reviews

Lucky me. I got a sneak peak at this pathetic little shot-in-Texas 'horror' flick from Artisan Entertainment a week before it hit video store shelves and, let me tell you, I've rarely laughed so hard in my life! This is so bad it easily steals the title of 'Worst Killer Clown Movie' from the insufferably stupid Full Moon fiasco KILLJOY. From all indications, this was shot on DV and it doesn't really 'look' all that bad quality-wise for digital, but boy does it ever fail miserably in every other area where it counts!

The story (slight and cliche as it is) goes as follows... An extremely douchey executive (Ken Hebert, who also scripted and co-produced with the director) takes skeptical co-worker Tracy (Amanda Watson) and horny married couple Mark and Susan (Hank Fields and Chris Bruck) along on a weekend getaway to a secluded cabin '12 miles' from the nearest town. On the way there, they pick up a bitchy/slutty hitchhiker (Melissa Bale) in a bar and end up at their destination where a nightly campfire tale about a murderous clown stalking the very same wooded area comes true when each of the foul-mouthed, pot-smokin' 'friends' disappears one-by-one, with only mutilated doll parts left behind to tell the tale of their fates.

The killer clown doesn't even show up in the film until near the end and it looks nothing like the demonic depiction of it on the video box aside from being morbidly obese. It basically spends an hour prancing around in the woods, chopping up wood and blabbing nursery rhymes. I cannot say enough bad things about the cast, especially the two guys and the hitchhiker chick, who either deliver their insipid dialogue with a bare minimum of enthusiasm or overact at the most inappropriate times. Doesn't really help that the dialogue is awful. I could go on for days on how inept this film is, how many continuity errors there are, how many pointless nature / animal shots are hilariously cut in at the strangest times and how amateurish the whole production is, but I'll just sign off by pointing out the whole package is quite a laugh riot in that Boy-This-Sucks kind of way.

Also noting that the film has been released here in the US as S.I.C.K. (SERIAL INSANE CLOWN KILLER). It's currently catalogued under its (original title) of GRIM WEEKEND.

Score: 1 out of 10

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Release Date:

17 February 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Grim Weekend See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

DTS | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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