What's completely and utterly baffling about Killer Klowns is not the plot--that's rather tidily summed up by the title--but the fact that it got made at all. According to the filmmakers, (the Chiodo brothers: Charles, Edward, and Stephen) all it took to convince the studio was a one-page treatment and a picture of a clown holding a gun. It boggles the mind. Anyway, some killer Klowns descend from outer space and start wrapping their hapless victims in cotton candy for later consumption. Debbie and Mike suspect something's amiss, but who will believe them? The movie's greatest asset is its willingness to play on the inherent creepiness of clowns. The Klowns are grotesque parodies of their big-top cousins, hiding hideous malformed teeth behind terrifying circus makeup. It's impossible to tell if Killer Klowns is truly meant to be scary, but it is compelling in its thoroughness: popcorn, balloon animals, and really big shoes are all used to their fullest effect. The only cast member you'll recognize immediately is veteran character actor John Vernon as Officer Mooney, but keep an eye out for Christopher Titus in a small role as Bob McReed. Then just sit back and stare open-mouthed in bewildered joy. --Ali Davis
Nice cheesy movie from the 80's. The clowns and the weapons they use are pretty bad ass. I only bought the movie for the special effects used in the movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mikki D.
killer klowns from outter space is a crazy upbeat horror if you like b rated movies then this is the movie for youPublished on Nov. 12 2012 by Timothy James Hein
This is one of the worst movie I ever saw. First, it was boring like hell and it could have been a lot better if there was more action and comedy. I really regret my purchase.Published on Jan. 8 2012 by jojold
(The following review/comment is my personal opinion of the movie.)
wow.i thought this movie was lame-o.i think this bomb was supposed to
be a comedy. Read more
If you want a perfect movie night watch, in this order, "Enter...zombie king", "Killer Clowns from outter space", and the first "Dolimite" film. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2006 by Kirk