Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 7.1 10 1,991


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November 3, 2019



Eileen Dietz as Katherine
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 1 / 10 / 10

Beyond bad

There are times in Clownado that - thanks to the patois used by some of the characters, something I can only think is a gangster Kansas City accent - that I thought it was taking place in the 1930's, not 2019. That said, the modern cars clued me in that this was no period piece. A gang of circus clowns get cursed and decide to get their vengeance using a tornado, which brings a stripper, a teenage runaway, a black Elvis and an average guy into their vortex. This movie was written and directed by Todd Sheets, who directed part of the movie Hi-Death that we covered some time back, as well as Dreaming Purple Neon and Bonehill Road. Probably the selling point of this film for most folks would be the Linnea Quigley cameo. She plays Spider, the owner of a strip club that unites our main characters. Supposedly, this is the exact same character that she played in Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama. And if you know anything of 1970's adult movies, Autumn Moonspell is played by Jeanne Silver, who was once better known as "Long" Jean Silver. Eileen Dietz, who was the face of the demon in The Exorcist, also is in this. Not since Mausoleum has a movie had such killer breasts. There's plenty of gore to be had, but other than a great poster, fun cameos and the name, there's not much to enjoy here.

Reviewed by rachel_lagen 7 / 10 / 10

Ignore the one stars, they're just trolls.

Super interesting concept. Completely original in its own way, and such a fun time to watch from start to finish. If you love gore, this is definitely a must watch. Tons of interesting characters and hilarious quip like interactions. This is definitely one of those films to see with a large group of people, who just want to have a good time.

Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 7 / 10 / 10

My Review Of "Clownado"

Todd Sheets may be mental, he is slightly blood thirsty and he definitely has a sense of wonder. Even if that wonder is generated in Hell. His films always shows, above all else, that the guy loves making horror movies. "Clownado" puts that love affair on full display. And in the most cheesy, gory, indie way. The film starts with a film noir, comic book asthetic with characters as theatrical as "The Shadow" and "The Devil's Carnival". There is an almost dreamlike atmosphere that along with the lighting legitimizes the absurdity of "Clownado". And yeah for many horror fans out there, this movie will be a waste of time, but for most indie horror fans, myself included, this film is a fun time. The cast is a recognizable group of actors familiar to horror fans and especially Todd Sheets fans, he has a few peeps he likes to use in his movies. There are moments where dialog and acting falls short. At times it is clear that the lines ate the actor, but with any other film it would cripple the value to movie goers trying to enjoy the movie. However with films like "Clownado", were everything is over played and overstated, it doesn't matter as much. The real money is with the movie's horror. The serial killer clown make-up, the supernatural catalyst and the sheer amount of blood splatter is enough to make any horror fan smile. And Sheets knows how to work the heck out of a special effects budget. Even the CGI is done in a cheeky graphic novel style that works almost better than "Sharknado" effects. Overall "Clownado" was entertaining to watch. It could slide easily in either Full Moon or The Asylum's catalog.

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