Terrifier (2018) Movie Summary
Art the Clown returns and sets his sights on three young women, along with anyone else that gets in his way.
Terrifier Film Synopsis
After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to Miles County where he must hunt down and destroy a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night. As the body count rises, the siblings fight to stay alive while uncovering the true nature of Art's evil intent.
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The scariest slasher I’ve seen yet.This movie is without a doubt truly demented and disturbing. I’m not a fan of gore but I love when a movie can scare me because not many do with the exception of the Exorcist. This is the creepiest slasher I’ve ever seen. I almost feel bad rating it so high because it’s so demented. The villain truly feels relentlessly evil. In the movie the Exorcist , the demon in that feels that way too. In order for a villain to be truly terrifying it has to feel like it doesn’t have limits of what it’s potentially capable of. I think the creator of Art the clown understands this. Watching this clown made me nervous, because you don’t know what his next move is going to be. Other then of course you assume he’s going to kill. But he’s sneakier and has a more deviant nature than 80s horror icon Freddy Krueger. Without saying a word Art the clown is more menacing than any other horror movie slasher villain I’ve seen. The only one it that might truly give it a run for it’s money is like I said before the demonic entity that possesses Regan in the exorcist. I don’t know if anything can top that villain. I’m pretty sure Art the clown is a demon clown. It isn’t specified in this movie where he comes from or why he’s there. But for The 1st movie that may have been what made it so creepy. I’m shameful to admit I want to see the sequel coming soon next month. But I’m actually scared and nervous to watch it. If it’s anything like this one it’s going to keep me on my toes. This movie is an hour and twenty minutes of terror mayhem. The sequel is suppose to be almost 2 1/2 hours long! Don’t know if that will work, but this movie ups the anti of the slasher genre and it takes risks by being so bold. Bold isn’t always a good thing but the writer isn’t afraid of taking risks, having the sequel be twice as long is taking a risk for a slasher, but if the story is rich it might pay off. I have to respect the writer for not selling the rights to his character he created, apparently they wanted to make the villain less intense, glad he stuck to his guns it makes me think the second film will be a surprise shocker like this one. And from what I’ve heard it doesn’t hold back and supposedly puts the intensity into high gear, as if it wasn’t already? The only reason I didn’t give this 5 stars was because like I said I’m not a fan of gore, but if a movie can scare me the way this one did, I have to give credit where credit is due. I feel like this movie could still be truly scary without seeing so much of the brutality of the kills that Art does. The fact he has to be so bold and gruesome in his killings is sort of a cop out to me. That’s my personal opinion, to me it would make him classically scary if we didn’t see so much of his horrendous kills, his presence is menacing enough without it. To me it would set it apart instead of trying to be part of a mold that was started a long time ago that kind of started with the movie Halloween 1978. But I don’t see that changing I’m sure these movies will only get worse with the blood splatter, so I have to accept it for what it is. If you want to watch something scary this is it. But be warned it is disturbing and goes too far with some of the kills which dumbs it down a little for me, but ultimately terrifier is terrifying..Score: 4/5
Don't let the trailer fool you.This is my favorite movie of all time. I love horror and gory movies, and this is exactly that. However, the trailer makes it look like another cringey B movie. This is not that! This has the most violent kill I have ever seen in a movie. For those of you who have seen it, you know exactly what I am talking about!.Score: 5/5
Great hidden gem!If you want to watch something different, horrific, hilarious, and original, then watch this. Fans of horror movies, especially slashers blended with something seemingly supernatural, will love this. Plenty of gore, great kills, plus some good laughs do not distract from the dread. The special effects are great. Next to no CG. Good visuals and directing from an up and coming director wont leave you wanting anything but more. Part 2 is in the works. What it lacks in complexity and depth it makes up for in every other dicernable way. Probably my all time favorite horror film. Also, the Actor (David Howard Thornton) that plays Art does a phenominal job with his expressions and body movements..Score: 5/5
Believe again!This movie and Art will make you believe in great horror again. Must watch!.Score: 5/5
Horror for horror fanaticsLove it!.Score: 5/5
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