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Michael Leo Centi
Michael Leo Centi
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Gary J. Tunnicliffe
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ALL elements of disturbing horror in a 10 minute film!
This was genuinely creepy as Hell! Absolutely loved it! It has practically all disturbing horror images and elements wrapped up into about 10 minutes, which is not bad at all for a $3000 budget and perfect filming locations. Cults, demons, crazy but realistic-looking creatures, subterranean madness, and a menacing pagliacci clown! I cannot wait to see more of Art the Clown - I hear the director has been trying to get a full-length feature with just him. If you want to see a great film by Damien Leone featuring Art the Clown, watch his 2011 short film Terrifier (both of these short films are featured in All Hallow's Eve).
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