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More 80’s-Styled Schlock Guaranteed in New ‘Gingerclown’ 3D Trailer

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Balázs Hatvani’s new comedy horror ‘Gingerclown’ has only gone and conjured itself up a new hilarious trailer filled with plentiful amounts of 80’s schlock. The 3D feature which revolves around a group of typically 80’s horror teenagers wandering around an abandoned amusement park which plays home to ‘Gingerclown’ and his mostrous buddies. And when you need a sinister clown type character whom better to recruit than Brit actor Tim Curry (‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’) who turned Stephen King’s Pennywise into the terrifying icon of horror that we all fear to this very day. Genre faves Brad Dourif (‘Child’s Play’) and Lance Henriksen (‘Aliens’) also offer their voices to the project along with Sean Young (‘Ace Ventura: Pet Detective’) and ex-‘Police Academy’ vocal talent Michael Winslow. Head below for the full plot synopsis plus the new trailer.


“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.”



‘Gingerclown’ 3D One-Sheet
'Gingerclown' 3D One-Sheet

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