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Killer Klowns from Outer Space
Nachos McWerewolf here, and I’d like to talk to you about a subject very near and dear to my heart.
A topic that if we all just took a few moments out of our very busy schedules to reflect on, might lead us down the path to our personally enlightenment.
A pattern of words that fit together so beautifully it makes Beethoven’s finest symphony sound like a Nickelback song, sang by a Buck cherry cover band.
A series of words that compliment the last like as if the were frat brothers who worked together to cover up a series of date rapes that may or may not have happened in their very own Fraternity.
Yes, of course I’m talking about Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
Some artists work in oils or clay, The Chodo brothers work in clowns. The “Killer Klowns from outer space” variety to be specific.
Certain film critics might try to tell you that Citizen Kane is the finest film ever made, and certain film critics also might be complete fucking morons, because you know as well as I do KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE IS THE BEST GODDAMN MOVIE EVER MADE.
That’s not even a biases opinion, it is a mother fucking fact. Search your feelings. You know it to be true.
So, I’ll throw out some buzz words, and if any of them peek your interest keep on reading.
If none of these words tickle your fancy, I’m going to need to shit your pants and run into traffic like you should have done as a child.
“Killer Klowns - Outer Space - Cotton candy - Invisible cars - Dinosaur shadow puppets - Clown tits.”
Okay, if you made it this far Congratulations! You’re my my kind degenerate! But all “clowning aside” this movie is one hour and thirty minutes of a good time.
Grab some bodies, some buds and some brews (or whatever the fuck you do to get loose) and get ready for a good time.
Here’s a brief spoiler free run down of what you can expect:
A group of Killer Klowns crash lands out in the middle of the woods outside of a dumb mid-western town and wreaks havoc on the citizens in hilariously and creative ways. Leave your logic at the door, because Brains need not apply. This ain’t no thinking man’s movie. The gore isn’t super intense, there’s virtually no nudity, and off the top of my head I’m pretty sure there isn’t even a hardcore curse words so this might be a film you show your crouth goblins or maybe even your punk bitch friends that are afraid of clowns. (How is that even a phobia?)
In short, this movie might change your life (I doubt it) but it’s a fun flick to throw on at a party, and if you’re looking for something a little more cerebral, watch “Session 9” or something.