When the B horror movie "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN" was released in 1985, no one knew the film would one day become a classic. Heralded as a cinematic "tour de force", well, at least by a select ...
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When the B horror movie "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN" was released in 1985, no one knew the film would one day become a classic. Heralded as a cinematic "tour de force", well, at least by a select group of horror movie fans. The film's biggest fan, 29 year-old EMILY LYNESSA always knew she was going to meet and fall in love with JONATHAN BLAKLEE, mid 40s, the star of "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN". For Emily, Jonathan is the perfect soulmate; "no other male compares to him". She has idolized him, and the film, ever since she can remember. Emily has a collection of "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN" memorabilia that would impress even the most ardent fan. But there is one item she has yet to attain, the real life, actual living and breathing Jonathan Blaklee. There's only one problem, Emily knows Jonathan will have no interest in her because he's famous, and she's not. Her plan is simple: meet Jonathan at an upcoming autograph signing for the DVD re-release of "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN", and seduce him. She will lure him back to ...Written by
..and Oliver Robins knows what it's like to have been a child star who's career hasn't done much since the 80's.I think he did a good job here. The scenes were shot well enough, and background soundtrack was spot on, The plot was a little thin, but the acting was good.
Yeah you could see were this was going just by reading the description on IMDB, but overall it was an entertaining piece.
Waiting for Chain-Face Clown to actually become a movie.
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