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.
Writer:Philip Gunn (screenplay), David Valdez (screenplay)
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Eric K (gb) wrote: Average flick - Interesting concept... done on a small scale, I guess that's what the 2nd & 3rd installment are for (see on a larger scale & get more of a view of how others handle the yearly event) - I'll be watching the next chapters of it soon... Good flick for those that like a mold suspense flick.
Sarah M (fr) wrote: This movie is so bad, its a stoners dream come true. Absolutely hilarious because it's absolutely horrible. I do not recommend watching this sober.
Nicolai M (es) wrote: Perfect movie, just lovely. Fuck haters.
Sandy R (gb) wrote: Na Hong-jin is fast becoming one of my favourite directors after already delivering an incredible directorial debut with The Chaser. The Yellow Sea is an exhilarating Korean thriller with breathtakingly kinetic and visceral action set-pieces. This film is quite brilliant with emotionally charged scenes and plenty of depth to offset the copious violence. If there's one minor flaw it's that the film seems to add an extra layer of complexity during the final third which lacks clarity. As such the film seems to loose drive and focus during the final act. Regardless this still ranks among the very best Korean thrillers.
Jamie H (jp) wrote: Great movie. . . . seriously, everyone should see it.
Alex L (jp) wrote: best movie of all time
Kevin M (br) wrote: it is funny and great
Carol H (it) wrote: A nice film that's only occasionally entertaining. Still, "Breaking Away" holds a special connection for me because my mom's car is featured in one scene.
Cornell A (br) wrote: Dracula is a love story... Love the movie.
Carlos Z (us) wrote: Too avant-garde for my taste, though Cronenberg's talent and creativity is obviuosly there.
Andrew R (us) wrote: Not one of Bunuel's more representative works, but quite well-done. Aspects are dated, but many of the subtleties remain effective.
Daniel J (ru) wrote: animals are not for entertainment!
Richard D (es) wrote: I'm not really as fond of this as I thought I was. It's an admittedly big, dumb fun movie (it's entirely appropriate that Queen worked on the soundtrack), but it's really not put together very well. It's stylish, especially for an obviously cheap film, but the many action scenes are pretty awkwardly staged and large parts of the plot make little sense. (Why does The Kurgan show up looking for MacLeod and not just come back a few days later when he's not in?) Connery and Clancy Brown do great work, but Lambert is just as awful here as he always is. It's kind of surprising that his little flick ended up having the legs it did.