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Dead Clowns (2006)

Rated R

1 hr 35 mins


On DVD 07-31-2007


For the people of Port Emmett, a hurricane is no big deal. Living along the Gulf Coast, one gets used to such storm season threats. But along with the damaging winds and flooding rains, another menace looms over the tiny town. Fifty years before, a barge accident caused the collapse of a local bridge, sending a circus train full of performers plunging into the raging river below. Thanks to the shifting currents and tropical force gales, a rescue was impossible. Everyone on board - mostly the show's numerous funnymen - were buried alive. Now, with a new maelstrom on the horizon, the harlequins have risen from the dead - and they want a lot more than an explanation. As they seek their payback for being left to die, these reanimated comics want to murder - and munch on - everyone responsible for their fate. While some citizens prepare for the worse, a couple on a crime spree runs directly into the creatures' path. They soon learn that there's nothing funny about Dead Clowns...nothing funny at all.


Okay, let's get this out of the way right up front. Dead Clowns is not as bad as you think it is, nor is it as good as it could have been. When you start out a movie with a premise as promising as evil harlequins of hate rising up from the grave to put the supernatural smack down on the town that did them wrong, it requires a lot of incompetence to mess it up. Luckily, writer/director Steve Sessions is some kind of schlock movie savant. On the outside, his efforts seem mired in hopelessly amateurish elements, most dictated by budgetary and talent constraints. But on the inside, when viewed against dozens of equally unproven homemade horror maestros, he presents a pretty good show. Dead Clowns deserves some attention for all the conventions its breaks. It also demands to be kicked in the nuts for all the campy creepshow potential it squanders. After all, there is no idea more sickeningly sensational than having zombie bozos running around snacking on the citizenry. Just the thought of the undead stumbling around in floppy shoes, outrageous outfits, and fright mask make-up sends your scary movie short hairs into a tizzy. Unlike their alien Killer counterparts from the '80s, these clowns should be both dopey and disgusting.

But Sessions subverts our expectations, asking us to accept a more serious approach to his subject matter. Indeed, using John Carpenter's The Fog as an obvious stepping stone, he wants to make the story behind the murderous mimes into some manner of myth. Sure, we're still talking about reanimated jesters here, but the narrative places their presence in a far more ominous light. This is underscored by legendary b-movie actress Brinke Stevens' role in the film. Since there is very little dialogue overall, every single sentence counts, and the old school scream queen does her best to sell the tale of how our greasepaint comics came to meet their watery fate. Throughout this long passage of foundational exposition, Stevens' really emphasizes the real world elements of this otherwise goofy fable, and the use of a hurricane (via well employed stock footage) as a backdrop amplifies the gravitas in the tale. Of course, once we see the skull headed corpses in their clown get up, the mood is more or less destroyed, but for a while, Sessions cements our belief in old horrors coming back to haunt. Indeed, all throughout his pre-slasher set-up, we get lots of ominous portents of potential evil - both natural and paranormal.

This film deserves a rating of Recommended. Horror buffs will appreciate the efforts, and those looking for something more substantive amongst all the half-baked bottom of the barrel boos out there will get a kick out of this movie's mannered approach.

Codec: Xvid
Size: 798MB
Runtime: 01:34:42
Resolution: 608x432 (1.41:1)
Bitrate: 1060 kb/s
FPS: 23.976
Qf: 0.168 bits/pixel
Audio: English. No sub.
112 kb/s (56/ch, stereo) CBR MP3

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