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Dead Clowns (2004)

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Dead Clowns revolves around ordinary people in a small town in Florida. A hurricane has just slammed into the area, causing torrential downpours, whilst also awakening the clowns that died ... See full synopsis »

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Steve Sessions

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Steve Sessions
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Cast

Cast overview:
Lucien Eisenach Lucien Eisenach ... Spree Killer / Clown
Jeff Samford Jeff Samford ... Lou
Eric Spudic ... Timmy / Clown
Debbie Rochon ... Tormented Woman
Brinke Stevens ... Lillian - Storyteller
William Riordan William Riordan ... Darrin (as Will Riordan)
Jeff Dylan Graham ... Night Watchman
Robyn Griggs ... Camille
Jenn Ruliffson Jenn Ruliffson ... Spree Killer 2 / Clown
Kimberly L. Cole Kimberly L. Cole ... Councilwoman (as Kimberly Lynn Cole)
Brandon Carroll Brandon Carroll ... Weather Reporter
Krystal Akin Krystal Akin ... Shotgun Girl (as Krystal Stevenson)
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Dead Clowns revolves around ordinary people in a small town in Florida. A hurricane has just slammed into the area, causing torrential downpours, whilst also awakening the clowns that died in the bay of the town. These clowns have only revenge on their mind since everyone had tried to erase their memories of the horrific accident. The clowns not only kill, but resort to cannibalism and slaughter the people one by one. Can there be an end to this mayhem or will the town be doomed?

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Horror

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Rated R for horror violence/gore, language and brief drug use

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Country:

USA

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

31 July 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Biloxi, Mississippi, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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I liked the story......
18 November 2007 | by moonpig82See all my reviews

I knew this movie was low budget and i wasn't expecting a masterpiece but this was still a letdown. The picture was awful, it looked so bad in parts it actually hurt my eyes. The sound was pretty bad in places too but that didn't seem to matter as the entire story was explained to the audience in the first 15 minutes. Where were the characters? I wasn't expecting a really detailed background for each character but most of them weren't even given names. One of them is known in the credits as the tormented woman. Why was she tormented? We're never told. All she did was wander around her house. The acting was passable except for when it came to the attack scenes. There was no reaction from any of the actors. They just stood and stared as if seeing a zombie clown in your kitchen is the most natural thing in the world. If the actors don't act scared or even bothered then the audience won't be either. It's a shame because i liked the story, the clowns and effects were fine and the movie does have something about it that kept me watching. If it had better actors and a bigger budget this could have been very decent but as it is i wouldn't recommend it. I've watched a lot of horror films and while this wasn't the worst in terms of plot and what happens, it's the most poorly shot film that i've ever seen.


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