Billy Pon’s Circus of the Dead is Coming to Your Town This Spring

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It seems you can put “of the dead” after just about anything these days. Director Billy “Bloody Bill” Pon decided to combine it with “circus,” effectively creating “Circus of the Dead” in the process. Thankfully, this doesn’t appear to be yet another cheap-ass backyard zombie flick powered by a lousy script and goofy special effects. After all, we’ve certainly got more than our fair share of those endeavors on the market right now.

No, “Circus of the Dead” features a group of clowns and their ilk tormenting people for our hideous amusement. Since I’m quite terrified of people who wear theatrical face paint for devious purposes, Pon’s effort seems specifically designed to give me nightmares for the next several months. Here’s hoping the film delivers the promised shocks.

Here’s the official synopsis:

A man becomes entangled in a deadly morality game when the circus comes to town and a sadistic clown forces him to examine the things in life he takes for granted in the most horrific ways.

“Circus of the Dead” stars Parrish Randall, Chanel Ryan, and the insanely busy Bill Oberst Jr. Have you seen how many movies that guy has lined up? It’s crazy. Anyway, check out the latest teaser trailer for this clown-oriented horror flick below.

Circus of the Dead (2014) Movie Poster

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Author: Todd Rigney

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  • CaptainCommando

    Wow this looks like trash!