Terrifier

Synopsis: A maniacal clown named Art, terrorizes three young women on Halloween night and everyone else who stands in his way.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Damien Leone
Production: Epic Pictures
 
IMDB:
8.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
80%
Year:
2017
82 min
Website
644 Views

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(thunder crashing)

(slow, ominous music)

Welcome back to the program.

If you're just tuning

in, I'm sitting here live

with the sole survivor of

the Miles County Massacre,

which occurred exactly one year

ago today.

I've worked on this show for

many years

and I've never sat across from

someone

who has a story to tell quite

like yours.

Thank you again for taking the

time

to sit down and speak with me.

[Survivor] It's my pleasure.

Now when we left off we were

talking

about the moment you

woke up from the coma.

Do you remember your initial

reaction

when you first saw your face?

[Survivor] Yes.

Would you like to share that

with us?

(dramatic music)

I wished I was dead.

Do you still feel that way?

People are frightened

by the way that I look,

especially children.

And it's really difficult

for me to deal with that,

so isolation is ideal.

Now what about your attacker,

a man identified only as Art the

Clown?

There's a lot of controversy

surrounding his supposed death.

The authorities issued

a statement claiming

that his body disappeared from

the county coroner's office

the morning after the attack.

He's dead.

I saw it happen.

(glass shattering)

(dramatic rock music)

Did you watch it?

Oh my God, I thought she

was going to attack me.

(dramatic music)

(people talking)

My heart was pounding the entire

time.

Yeah well, if you think she

looks that bad on television,

imagine what she looks like

sitting two feet away from you.

I thought I was going to gag at

one point.

Babe, do me a favor.

If I ever look like that,

promise me

you'll put me out of my misery.

You think I'm kidding?

I'll do it myself.

Yeah, Tom said we won't

know until the morning.

But he thinks the ratings

are going to go up big time.

(rustling)

(laughs)

Exactly.

We've finally figured out

the formula for success,

faceless victims and a host in

jeopardy.

(slow, ominous music)

Yeah, watch next month, it's

going

to be called Monica's House of

Horrors.

Shit.

Hey, can I call you back?

I have like 50 people calling

me.

Okay.

Alright, love you too.

Bye.

Hello?

Tom?

(rustling)

(slow, ominous music)

(yelling)

(screaming)

(squelching)

(slow, ominous music)

(staggered breathing)

(coughing)

(laughing)

(tense, dramatic music)

(laughing)

[Dawn] I think I just twisted

my ankle.

Dawn, really?

Thanks a lot, by the way.

For what?

Promising you weren't

gonna get shit faced tonight.

Guys kept buying me drinks.

I can't help it if people

find me interesting.

Yeah.

Definitely your mind that they

were after.

Who are you texting?

None of your business.

You gave that asshole

your number, didn't you?

Oh my god, you're so jealous.

Of what?

That kid was talking to

like five other girls.

Oh, stop being such a bitch.

Just get in the car.

Oh, you are not driving.

I'm fine.

Give me the keys.

Give me the keys.

Dawn, I don't feel like dying

tonight.

Really?

Are we really gonna do this

right now?

Give me the keys.

I'm gonna paw at you like a cat.

Give me what I want.

Okay, okay, okay, okay.

You drive.

- (chuckling)

- Thank you.

(wind blowing)

(slow, ominous music)

I'm fucking lit.

(laughing)

But if I get something to

eat, I can drive us, okay?

There's a place that's

open late, we can sober up.

[Dawn] Did you say food?

I said food.

You know the place, it's

right there, come on.

Okay, okay, okay.

Just like give me one minute.

F*ck me.

Like one minute, for real.

(slow, ominous music)

D.

D.

What?

[Tara] Look.

[Dawn] Holy shit.

Yeah, that's not funny.

I'm about to scream.

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