Why Watch? Gorgeous gore, an exploitation grain, and a last shot that’s supremely disturbing (and not at all safe for work, which is why this one is embedded after the break, due to YouTube’s unfortunate pause placement).

This little chunk of horror from Damien Leone is not afraid to deliver the goods. It sags slightly in the middle, and it could use a pinch more backstory, but it features a soul-smashingly fearsome new icon in Art the Clown. With his beaming black-toothed smile and tiny top hat, he really is the stuff of nightmares. Enjoy seeing him when you close your eyes at night. He’ll be waiting for you there with his rusty tools and indomitable will to stay alive.

What will it cost? Only 19 minutes.

Special thanks to Brad McHargue for suggesting this bad boy.


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