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USA 2012
produced by
Adam Dunning, Karlie Kuttrubis, Jill Sherinsky, Lindsey Storm, Scott Geiter, Patrick Dunning (executive), Raymond R. Anderson (executive)
directed by Adam Dunning
starring Rocky Petroziello, Shauna Fahad, Kris Marconi, Rebecca Henning, Sam Rovin, Erin Rovin, Ian Anderson, Madison Caudullo, Tim Merli, Melissa Simoson, Christopher Weite, Jessica Lindgren, Brant Becker, John Murray, Robert Storm, Mark Colby sr, Jill Sherinsky, Scott Geiter (voice), Beth Canfield, Gino Ciprian, Sherry L. Davis
written by Adam Dunning, theme music by Kyle Castellani, Gino Ciprian, additional music by Mark Fahad, musical tracks by Warning Level, 3 to Breathe

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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6 months ago: With high school about to end for them and their friends, Joey (Rocky Petroziello), Chris (Kris Marconi) and Brian (Sam Rovin) decide to play a stupid prank during an end-of-term party in the woods, a prank that includes clown-obsessed Joey popping up in a clown mask and scaring everybody shitless. Unfortunately, high school jock Mike (Tim Merli), who used to bully Joey all during high school, gets so scared that he beats up clown Joey - beats him to death, actually. Everybody is shocked ... but no one really wants to call the police, because the kids are all underage and have been drinking quite a bit. So they bury him and pretend nothing has happened. Only Joey's girlfriend Fay (Shauna Fahad) is heartbroken, but for some reason even she remains mum.

Now: While everybody involved in the "accident" 6 months ago had had big plans about going places, somehow nothing seems to have worked out, and everybody seems to still be under the impression of the tragedy. And then, somebody seems to kill off the kids, one by one by one, somebody in a clown mask ...


Laughter is a pleasant trip back to a time when slasher films were still unburdened and unpretentious fun: Sure, the story doesn't make 100% sense, the killer is easy to figure out (as well as his sole accomplice), the story doesn't stray too much from the expected path ... but on the other hand, the movie has also got a pretty creepy killer (a clown of all things), some pretty brutal killings, it's paced well enough and contains just enough humour to keep things light-hearted without becoming moronic.

Fun, actually (which is not meant as a pun regarding the title).


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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