Brace yourselves for an incredibly creepy poster for Gingerclown 3D, have a look here!





No idea when this creepy little horror comedy is due, but it is certainly something we will be following closely, and for a number of good reasons. Directed by Balaz s Hatvani, the film is being made in Hungary and, get this, features the voice talents of Tim Curry as Gingerclown, Lance freaking Henriksen as Braineater, Michael Winslow (Police Academy) as Stomachcrumble, Sean Young (Blade Runner, Ace Ventura) as Nelly the Spiderwoman, and best of the lot, Brad bloody Dourif as Worm Creature!!! Oh, and by the way, what a cool collection of names! You can learn more at the films website Gingerclown official site

Here is the official word on the plot details written by the director himself, followed by the poster:

“1983: A group of high school students are having a great weekend in the Hollywood Hills when they bump into a loser from their school, Sam, who’s just on his way home.
Sam is in love and would do anything in order to get the girl of his dreams, Jenny’s, attention. Unfortunately for him she’s also the girlfriend of the school’s bully, Biff, the quarterback of the football team.

Biff and his buddies are keen to take Sam to the old abandoned amusement park to make him prove his courage as part of their initiation ceremony into their group. They involve Jenny in their cruel game as the grand prize of the competition. Sam accepts the challenge, but Jenny wouldn’t let him go in by himself so she follows him into the amusement park, thereby embarking on a night neither of them will ever forget.

The old park holds a secret. Hidden in the darkness are frightening and somewhat eccentric monsters, who love to torture innocent human beings while intensively annoying each other.”

By Matt Wavish

 

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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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