The kids aren’t alright in the new trailer for Clown

It’s hard to believe that we’re still talking about the Eli Roth-produced Clown, a film that was conceived thanks to a fake trailer that Jon Watts and Christopher D. Ford made five years ago. Not only that, but Clown has been done and finished for a few years now, so it’s kind of a baffling that we have yet to see a release here in the States, especially when you factor in all the positive buzz surrounding it.

But here we are with no release and yet another trailer to tease horror fans with something they cannot watch… yet. Still, this is our best look at the film, exposing the terrifying notion of being trapped in a haunted clown suit. Watch the new trailer below!

It’s Jack’s 10th birthday, but the clown has cancelled. His dad, Kent, finds an old clown suit in the attic and saves the party. But after the party is over, Kent has a problem… the suit won’t come off. What starts as a joke quickly turns into a hellish nightmare. Kent can feel himself changing, and his desperate attempts to free himself just leave him in agonizing pain. As the suit takes hold of his body, Kent slowly endures a brutal transformation. As he changes, an uncontrollable hunger begins to consume him, an overwhelming and insatiable hunger… for children.

Directed by John Watts, Clown stars Andy Powers, Peter Stormare, Laura Allen and Elizabeth Whitmere. The film is out now in the UK with a release date in the States yet to be announced. Hang in there, folks.


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13 thoughts on “The kids aren’t alright in the new trailer for Clown

  1. It’s so weird to see films go essentially unreleased after being done for years. With the advent of VOD, it seems that would be totally a thing of the past. But if anything it seems even more common.

    Creepy fuckin trailer dude.

    1. I know, right? Isn’t that odd as hell? What’s more strange is that this is yet ANOTHER film with Eli Roth’s name attached to it that’s having trouble seeing the light of day.

      1. Was grabbing a couple of DVDs for the wife’s birthday today, and just randomly stumbled across this. So it is clearly out in Australia. Didn’t buy it, going to see if I can give it a watch on VOD somewhere first. But looks like the States are really dragging the chain on this one.

  2. I remember first hearing about this movie on your blog. I hoping it would have a release date by now. Eli Roth is having some bad luck lately. You’d think his name alone would make studios want to release these.

    1. Yeah, no doubt! It’s been a long time coming, that’s for sure. I’d imagine we’re very close to a release date, but who really knows.

  3. It always confuses me why films get released in one country but not in others. It seems unfair that here in the UK we get it but not the US.

    1. Yeah, it’s very confusing. I wish I understood the logic behind it! I think they like to torture us by letting us see what others have while everyone else has to wait 😉

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