Synopsis: A group of friends get stranded in a seemingly deserted small town and find themselves stalked by a violent gang of psychopaths dressed as clowns.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Tom Nagel
Production: Millman Productions
  1 win.
Rotten Tomatoes:
86 min

And the monkey ran off

to cause even more mischief.

The end. Mm.


- That's it?

- Yeah, I know. Kinda disappointing, huh?

I thought the monkey

was gonna fly into space.

I guess that is the sequel.

What did you think, mister?

Can you read us a book about ponies?

- Ponies?

- Yeah.

Maybe next time, okay?

But for right now, it is your bedtime.

So you...

...and you...

...are going to bed. Okay?

The last one read us the pony book.

The last one?

The last babysitter.

Oh. Well, why isn't she here tonight?

She had a... accident.

An accident?

Mama said...

I hope you two are running

to get ready for bed!

Night-night, you two. Sweet dreams.

Nighty night.

Hello, Stroad residence.

Oh, hi, Mr. Stroad.

Yes, things are going great.

I just put the little troublemakers to bed.

Oh, my God.

Is anyone hurt?

Okay, you're on your way home?

All right, well, I will, uh,

hold down the fort until you get back.

Okay, see you soon.

The trail derailed just outside of Clinton.

Eyewitness reported a massive fireball.

Many residents of the local area

have already been removed.

Now, representatives from the railroad

have not yet been reached for comment.

Many local residents left shaken.

Now this train accident is being deemed

one of the worst in the state's history.

There is no telling yet how this

is gonna impact the local commun...






You scared me.

What are you doing? You need to go to bed.

Why are you dressed like that?

You better be running to your room!


Ricky, this isn't funny.

Are you gonna finish that or what?


- Are you gonna do that today?

- Yeah. You eat too fast.

You eat too slow. We got shit to do, man.

I don't wanna be here all day.

Be nice to get home by dark for once.

But if you worked a little faster,

we'd get home at a decent time.

- I work slow?

- Yeah.

- Really?

- Uh-huh.

Cleanup in aisle six!

Afternoon, folks.

What are you kids up to today?

- Concert in Columbus, headed up that way.

- Ah, gotcha.

- I'm gonna hit the head.

- Yeah, me, too.

You two have fun in there.


Oh, God.

- Mike.

- Mm.

Check it out.

What do you think?

I think the answer's still no,

I'm not marrying you.

- It's for Sarah, idiot.

- I know that.

We've been together for almost

two years and I think it's time.

You... you and I have been together for,

I don't even know how many years anymore.

I've been trying to figure out when the right

time is. I feel like tonight's the night.

She's gonna say yes.

Let me see.

I don't know, man.

I'm just trying to enjoy life at this point.

- It's pretty.

- You ever thought about it with Jill?

No. No, it's been like eight months,

I have not thought about it with Jill.

- Are you sure you wanna do it on this trip?

- Yes, that's my plan.

Oh, please, please don't do it

on this trip, dude.


Because you two are gonna start crying,

and then Jill's gonna start crying...

...and then I'm not gonna cry,

I'm gonna look like an asshole.

So what? It's not about you.

It's about Sarah.

- You know how much I love her.

- No, no, you guys are great together...

...she's a great girl, I got nothing

but good things to say. All right.

If you are serious about this,

I do have one piece of advice for you.

What's your one piece of advice, Mike?

Are you serious?

Hey, my water glass is empty,

think I could get a refill?

- I'll be there in a minute!

- You boys have fun it there?

Brad had something important

he wanted to tell me.


He just wanted to make sure

he was still bigger than me.

- Sorry about that.

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