Movie Secrets of the Clown (2007) download free
Book Title: Secrets of the Clown|
Directors: Ryan Badalamenti
Release Date: 2007-09-29
Stars: Ryan Badalamenti,Tami Badalamenti,John Blick
User ratings: 4.7
Number of downloads: 1275
File size: 3.41 Mb
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Video quality: Super-TS
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IMDb Rating: 2.5
Full movie description "Secrets of the Clown":After the brutal murder of his best friend Jim, Bobbie is haunted by a presence. His girlfriend Val is distant and appears to have secrets of her own. Then the nightmares begin. Through the nightmares Bobbie uncovers clues regarding the murderer's identity. With the killer still on the loose, bodies piling up, and time running out, Bobbie hires a psychic to contact his deceased friend Jim. But some secrets were never meant to be revealed. The dreams will guide him, the secrets will blind him, the murders haunt him. Only together will they unlock the "Secrets of the Clown.
Reviews of the Secrets of the ClownWriter and director Ryan Badalamenti opens up the world of Bobby and Val for us. They're the typical couple in love, with two glaring exceptions: first, her love for her clown doll might exceed her love of Bobby. And second, their friends are in the habit of getting brutally murdered. Who is the killer, and what is the secret of the clown doll?
As someone who semi-professionally reviews low budget films, I always walk into the movie expecting to be visually tortured. For example, just a night earlier, I watched "Raptor Island", which ranks among the most horrible films ever made (yet is still somehow good enough to make it on TV). Let me ease your fears: "Secrets of the Clown" is not one of those low budget films -- it has a great plot, decent characters and a villain that can really kick some butt.
A specific concern I had with this film was the "clown horror subgenre" stigma. After "It" and "Killer Klowns From Outer Space", most people -- and I was in this group -- think we've said all we need to about clowns. Well, Badalamenti proved me wrong. "Secrets" is a welcome addition to the genre, and goes to new heights no one has dared take it before.
The movie isn't perfect by a long shot. Some scenes, most notably the introduction, seem to be poorly lit and it's hard to make out what's going on. Some of the acting is a bit stiff, particularly from Paul Pierro (Bobby). When Bobby is among his friends, Pierro's limits really shine through as he is outdone by every other actor on the screen. Some of their acting seemed forced, but it wasn't anything more tragic than the average Rolfe Kanefsky ("Hazing", "Nightmare Man") film, and I have a special love in my heart for Rolfe.
Those concerns aside, there's plenty to love about "Secrets of the Clown". The director and director of photography know the camera and know their targets. Plenty of angles are used and we're not treated to the same boring "point and shoot" method one all-too-often runs across. The score also deserves a mention -- the blend of incidental music and good, clean rock was apparent from the start and used in all the appropriate places. The last thing you want is an absence of sound or too much and the balance here is perfect.
Horror fans who crave blood will get blood. Oh yes, there will be blood! Not much in the gore department, and far too many of the killings happen off-camera... but I cannot stress enough about the blood. This film is an exploding aneurysm with gallons and gallons of glorious blood! Contrary to Paul Pierro's performance (where his best line is a "South Park" reference), we have actor Micheal Kott, who plays the psychic. Kott is phenomenal, with both his character and his acting nothing short of outstanding. While the film is good before Kott arrives, it becomes a whole new movie when he's on screen and something you can't take your eyes off. From his entrance to the final battle (but who fights who? you have to wait and see), Kott steals the show.
Not to give anything away, but this film has more than a few plot twists. I thought I knew five minutes in where the movie was going. I was wrong. Then I thought an hour in I understood, but I was wrong. But despite the twists, everything still makes perfect sense, which is more than I can say for some trendy writers who think a twist -- sensical or not -- is all a film needs. M. Night Shyamalan could learn a lesson from Ryan Badalamenti.
So, should you see "Secrets of the Clown"? I think anyone who enjoys lower budget or independent horror should have to say yes. Forget Hollywood blockbusters and expensive CGI -- this is what horror was meant to be. Oh, and for those who love skin... keep your eyes open for Playboy model Susie Christine. You won't be disappointed.
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