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A boy has a dream to have a clown on his birthday. But the entertaiment company can’t do it. Don’t want to make the son dissapointed, the father goes down warehouse and finds an old clown outfit. But this outfit adheres the father’s body and turns him into a monster.  
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Common Sense Media
While clowns are scary to many, filmmakers Christopher Ford and Jon Watts give the white-faced subject matter behind this loathsome horror movie only a cursory exploration; the result isn't much fun.
July 01, 2016
It comes apart about halfway through, losing a very difficult tonal balance. Having said that, there's more to like here than the studio burial would have you believe.
June 17, 2016
David Keyes' Cinema 2000
In the era when context means everything, Clown makes the fatal mistake of believing its audience just doesn't care about one.
October 26, 2016
Cinema Crazed
A lot of the gore feels just downright mean spirited, especially when children become the primary targets.
August 13, 2016
... features an intriguing premise and some unsettling weirdness, yet many of the plot twists feel arbitrary and the suspense seems dialed back in favor of obligatory gore.
June 17, 2016
New York Times
I would ask any up-and-coming special-effects artist: Just because you can mold a convincing replica of a 6-year-old's severed arm, does it necessarily mean that you should?
June 17, 2016