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Klown Kamp Massacre (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 4 May 2010 (USA)
Fifteen years ago, Edwin went to clown camp to fulfill his lifelong dream of bringing laughter to the world... but nobody laughed. Humiliated on graduation night, Edwin viciously murdered ... See full summary »

Writers:

Philip Gunn (screenplay) (co-writer), David Valdez (screenplay) (co-writer)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Herholtz Jared Herholtz ... Edwin
Ross Kelly Ross Kelly ... Philbert
Kerri Daube Kerri Daube ... Valerie (as Ashley Bryce)
Isaac Kappy ... Buzter Pie
Lloyd Kaufman ... Vic Vickers
Mike Miller ... Bonzo
Chris Payne Chris Payne ... Puff (as Chris K. Payne)
Daniel Gutierrez Daniel Gutierrez ... Gerald
Reuben Finkelstein Reuben Finkelstein ... Lenny
Nick Lopez Nick Lopez ... Vinnie
Miguel Martinez Miguel Martinez ... Funnybone
Sandor Gattyan Sandor Gattyan ... Squirts
Kevin R. Elder Kevin R. Elder ... Crazy Ernie / Flopsy McCool
Tara Hahn Tara Hahn ... Brandi
Matt Sanford ... Tipsy
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Storyline

Fifteen years ago, Edwin went to clown camp to fulfill his lifelong dream of bringing laughter to the world... but nobody laughed. Humiliated on graduation night, Edwin viciously murdered the entire camp before vanishing into legend. Now, despite the warnings of the town drunk, old man Bonzo has reopened the ranch and a new class of clowns have unwittingly signed up. When their die-hard instructor Sgt. Funnybone (Miguel Martinez, The Donor Conspiracy) is found dead in a puddle of cream pie and blood, the curriculum changes from comedy to survival! Edwin slashes, stabs, strangles, and disembowels the clowns while laughing insanely at his own bad jokes. Written by David

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slasher | sexploitation | See All (2) »

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Bring out the klowns!

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Trivia

There is an old man near start of movie that gets in fromt of the group of clowns going to the camp. This was a direct and very obvious homage to the old guy who did the same thing in Friday The 13th (1980). This is a Lloyd Kaufman Troma flick, it will have many homages throughout. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Bloody Birthday (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Klown Kamp (Make My Dreams Come True)
Performed by Isaac Kappy
Produced by Isaac Kappy
Electric Guitars by Stephen Poulton
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What isn't there to love?!
30 July 2019 | by mermaidsnwhiskeySee all my reviews

This movie is phenomenal. It has the comedy. The gore. The punchy one-liners. All around, a great movie!


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

4 May 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Mexico, USA See more »

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