over 5 years
It is what it is.
Goofy B-movie. Sci-fi, horror, comedy. A cult classic for sure simply for its absurdity.
almost 2 years
Epic 80s soundtrack with cheesy, weird and totally not scary killer alien clown plot line
over 3 years
More goofy than scary but worth to watch due to its creative absurdness
almost 6 years
So stupid but really great movie. I Love the soundtrack by Dickies
over 6 years
Plays like a Terry Gilliam film on crack. Try not to ask questions while watching it.
Killer Klowns From Outer Space is a 1988 American comedy horror movie, made by The Chiodo Brothers and starring Grant Cramer. It is the only Chiodo Brothers' directed and written film – they have worked in many other projects in other roles, such as producing and visual effects. The film is about a race of aliens (who resemble evil clowns) that arrive on Earth to capture and harvest people to use as sustenance.
An army of sadistic aliens forms land their circus tent ship in the sleepy American town of Crescent Cove (filmed in Watsonville/Santa Cruz, California). An old man discovers the spaceship but he and his dog are quickly executed by the alien clowns whilst investigating. A couple of people, named Mike Tobacco (Cramer) and Debbie Stone (Snyder) out for a romantic evening encounter the Klowns' spaceship and goof around for a while until they enter a room filled with cotton candy cocoons and find the old man's dead corpse in one of them, barely escaping capture. They are chased by...