Clownado is a Real Movie about Evil Clown Tornadoes That Actually Exists

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Between the hotly-anticipated It: Chapter Two and Joker heading to theaters later this year, creepy clowns are in the middle of a renaissance. While these ostensibly light-hearted entertainers have been horror movie fodder for decades, one upcoming film looks to push the make-up clad killers into a whole different realm.

Director Todd Sheets upcoming film Clownado, the story of a small town that is attacked by clowns that travel in a tornado in a film that must be seen to be believed.

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The film's trailer only reveals a little of the story but offers several chilling and puzzling glimpses of a group of clowns and their titular tornado as they prey on the inhabitants of Hobb's End. The clowns travel in a dusty cloud that's part of a larger tornado that defies all scientific logic. Unsurprisingly, the film also shows the inhabitants of Hobb's ENd trying to steer the Clownado away from their town.

The film's plot description from IMDB shines a little more light on Clownado's plot. It says that the film features "crsed demonic circus clowns set out on a vengeful massacre using tornadoes" and teases a battle between a "femme fatal and the boss clown from hell."

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While the Extreme Entertainment and Filmcore production does not yet have a release date, a poster for the film offers an even better look at Clownado's smiling monstrosities.

Clownado poster

Directed by Todd Sheets, Clownnado stars John O'Hara, Rachel Lagen, Linnea Quigley, Eileen Dietz and Joel D. Wynkoop. The film does not have a release date.

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