New poster and sneak peak video arrives for ‘Gingerclown 3D’

Gingerclown 3D director Balazs Hatvani contacted us today with a brand new poster and sneak peak at his upcoming 3D horror, Gingerclown 3D, and we have the good for you right here. The brand new poster finally gives us a glimpse one of the nasty clowns from the horror tale and I am sure you’ll agree that after the last poster, this is a huge improvement. The creepy Clown in the mist in the background actually gives me the shivers! Here are all the details you need, and the sneak peak follows, along with a couple of other videos and the new creepy poster is at the bottom of the post. Enjoy!

1983: A group of high school students are having a great time near Hollywood Hills at the weekend when they bump into the Loser from their school, Sam, who’s just on his way home. Sam would do anything in order to get Jenny’s attention, one of prettiest girls in school. Unfortunately 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. They involve Jenny in their cruel game as the grand prize of the competition. Sam accepts the challenge, but the girl wouldn’t let him go in by himself; she follows him into the amusement park and a night they’ll never forget.

Because in the old park, hidden in the darkness, are frightening and somewhat eccentric monsters who love to torture innocent human beings while intensively annoying each other.

Tim Curry (Rocky Horror Picture Show) voices “Gingerclown,” while Brad Dourif (Child’s Play) voices “Worm Creature,” Lance Henriksen (Aliens) as “Braineater,” Michael Winslow (Police Academy) as “Stomachcrumble,” and Sean Young (Blade Runner) as “Nelly the Spiderwoman.”

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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