A group of friends get stranded in a seemingly deserted small town and find themselves stalked by a violent gang of psychopaths dressed as clowns.
Despite being something of a cliched idea, this direct to DVD/HD flick is surprisingly good, I had a lot of fun with it, to be honest.
The main thing that sets it apart from the norm is that it has a very creepy/eerie feeling throughout the duration of the film, something which many “modern day horror films” are lacking these days.
Another thing that sets it apart is the gore/blood content – it does not hold back or shy away from some pretty nasty kills and torture scenes (not giving any of these away, as you need to experience them for yourself).
Everybody hates clowns, and the use of them in a horror film as villains is nothing new and can be traced back decades, but do yourself a favor and check this little indie flick out, it’s a fine example of how good things can be done on a low budget whilst still being better than half the “major” horror films that are being spewed out by Hollywood today.
6.6 out of 10 – a gem of an indie film.