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Who knew that what the world really needed right now…was a muthafuckin Clownado?!?!
Directed by Todd Sheets
Written by Todd Sheets and Darrel Shackelford
Starring Linnea Quigley, Eileen Dietz, Julie Anne Prescott, Dylinn Fawn Harvey, Millie Milan, and Joel D. Wynkoop
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And you thought Sharknados were scary! We’ve just gotten our first look at the trailer for Todd Sheets’ Clownado—and it’s a good thing we watched it on an empty stomach! Now, we’re no strangers to extreme clown-themed horror (just look at Dread Central Presents’ crown jewel, Terrifier for proof) but this is some next level depravity!
Give the trailer a spin at the bottom of the article. Clownado stars iconic scream queen Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead) along with Eileen Dietz, Julie Anne Prescott, and Dilynn Fawn Harvey.
Here’s how Sheets described the project when he was crowdfunding:
“The goal with Clownado is to make a damned good, scary and splatter-filled, nonstop roller coaster ride of a Horror movie. It’s something new, fresh, original and unique but also familiar. Using only practical special makeup effects and old-school styled visual effects, Clownado has the vibe of classic horror movies we love. Think Evil Dead, Dead Alive, Bad Taste, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre if Lucio Fulci was directing, all mixed in a swirling storm of insanity. Now add in scary supernatural Clowns and the cinematic visual style known as film noir (intense composition with shadow and light) and a bit of that incredible John Carpenter suspense and you have an ambitious, over the top gorefest epic! Don’t judge a book by its cover: This is certainly no comedy.”
If you’re into old school, low budget practical effects insanity, director Todd Sheets has got ya covered. His werewolf film Bonehill Road was just released last month, and up next he’s conjured a Clownado for Extreme Entertainment. Yes, it’s exactly the movie it sounds like it is.
“The goal with Clownado was to make a damned good, scary and splatter-filled, nonstop roller coaster ride,” says Sheets. “It’s something new, fresh, original and unique but also familiar. Using only Practical Special Makeup Effects and old school styled Visual Effects, Clownado has the vibe of classic lorror movies we love. Think Evil Dead, Dead Alive, Bad Taste and Texas Chainsaw Massacre if Lucio Fulci was directing, all mixed in a swirling storm of insanity.”
Clownado was successfully funded through Indiegogo earlier this year, raising over $15,000 and far surpassing its initial goal. Now, the trailer has arrived. Check it out below.