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Killer Klowns From Outer Space
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Directed By
Stephen Chiodo

Written By:
Stephen Chiodo, Charles Chiodo

Cast:
Grant Cramer, Suzanne Snyder, John Allen Nelson, Royal Dano, John Vernon, Charles Chiodo

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Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)
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Movie Review by Ryan Midnight
November 25th, 2006

Space aliens who just happen to look like clowns land in the woods of a small town in their space ship that just happens to look like a circus tent. They soon invade the small town and begin kidnapping people by wrapping them in giant cocoons that look like cotton candy. A few of the town's teens realize what is happening and break into the space ship to try and stop them. There, they learn the true fate of those kidnapped and the plans for conquest planned.

Filled with sight gags, puns, and some comical gore, this little gem, which was buried under the weight of WILLOW when released in the theatre, has since acquired a massive cult following. For a rather low budget film, the creators really pushed the limit of their effects, and use basically every filmmaking trick and technique to bring this love letter to 50's science fiction to life. It is definitely for the more offbeat movie crowd, and you'll either get it or not.

If you are a coulrophobic, take a seat and watch this. If you are not one, you will be by the end of the film.

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