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UK 2019
produced by
Ross Heath, Chris John Livermore, Sandra Nuttall (executive), Dustin Ferguson (executive) for EpicBoss Productions, SCS Entertainment
directed by Ross Heath, Chris John Livermore
starring Chris Shipton, Kevin Mangar, Lucy Lewendon, Ian Joness, Collette McAllister, Sandra Nuttal, Ross Heath, Chris John Livermore, Stu Goldcrusher, Nigel Reeve, Graham Mcfadyen, Vanessa Daniel, Jack Mcfadyen
written by Ross Heath, music by Chris John Livermore, Kevin MacLeod

short

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jack (Kevin Mangar) and Katie (Lucy Lewendon) have just moved into their new house in the country, and they couldn't be happier. Of course, there's a curse on the house, or rather more precisely on an old typewriter stored away in one of the cupboards - but Jack and Katie should be fine as long as they don't tamper with the typewriter. Problem is, Jack and Katie are totally unaware of this, and when Jack finds the typewriter, of course he tries it out because - well because that's what anyone would do really. And that awakens the demon clown Freakish (Chris Shipton), who soon enough appears pretty much everywhere Jack turns to - but nobody else can see him, and when he claims he's haunted by a clown, everybody else thinks he's just drunk. Thing is, the clown soon starts to kill people in Jack's vicinity rather indisciminately, and it's only a matter of time until he's onto Jack ...

 

Now truth to be told, Freakish isn't exactly the re-invention of the horror genre as such - but in its off-setting its truly idyllic backdrops against serial killers of the odd kind, it's for sure quite unsettling, especially to people afraid of clowns. And it's really the bitter irony that nobody believes someone being attacked by a clown that makes this film so poignant on one hand but also chilling on the other - both rather great ingredients for a horror movie!

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