Here’s a large image gallery of chilling images from Eli Roth produced horror ‘Clown’



A massive gallery of creepy images have been released from Eli Roth’s highly anticipated new production of Clown, a rather nasty looking horror film.

Earlier today we received some exciting release details with you, and I will share those again below. The image gallery can also be found below, along with a reminder of the superb trailer.

Zavvi have launched pre-orders for CLOWN, the new horror produced by and starring Eli Roth, which is premiering at Film4 FrightFest 2015.

What’s so special about this release? Well, you’ll only be able to buy CLOWN on Blu-Ray through Zavvi and the release will be limited to 500 copies! Plus, it comes in a neat red case opposed to traditional blue.

So if you fancy seeing the film in high definition, you’ll want to pre-order CLOWN now from Zavvi before all the copies are gone. The official release date is 2nd March 2015. The DVD will also be available from Zavvi and other shops.

From master of terror Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever) comes Clown, a nightmarish reawakening of your biggest childhood fear.

Clown is written and directed by Jon Watts, and co-written by Christopher D. Ford, with Eli Roth producing. The cast includes Peter Stormare, Laura Allen, Christian DiStefano, Elizabeth Whitmere, Matthew Stefiuk, and Andy Powers.


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 agonising pain.

As the suit takes hold of his body, Kent slowly endures a brutal and agonising transformation. As he changes, an uncontrollable hunger begins to consume him; an overwhelming and insatiable hunger… for children.







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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