You could put together a decent-sized horror film festival of movies which feature demented clowns. And then you could trick a busload of people with a morbid fear of circus entertainers into attending the event by saying it was a coulrophobics convention.
But enough about THINGS I PLAN TO DO AFTER I BECOME A SUPERVILLAIN!!!
Stitches is the latest movie to try and cram facepaint-related macabre-ness into its duration like, well, a lot of clowns attempting to squeeze into a comically small car. Director Conor McMahon’s currently-screening-at Cannes film stars acclaimed British standup comedian Ross Noble as kids’ birthday clown Richard ‘Stitches’ Grindle who, years after being the victim of a fatal party mishap, returns to avenge his death.
Take a look at the nicely gruesome poster for Stitches below.
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