Why does Cinemaphile hate this kino?
This isn't Cinemaphile anymore it's reddit.
reddit loves it though
Reddit isn't really an insult. As a site it's much more straight than Cinemaphile and has better coom material too.
We just use Cinemaphile to shitpost.
Back in the day Cinemaphile used to be the main site for the people who posted on it, not some offsite where tourists only arrive to dump garbage posts that could get them banned at their home sites.
And yet here we are.
The current state is better. The people that want to discuss things seriously in Cinemaphile are idiots
>Reddit isn't really an insult
the state of this shit board lol
where is the better coom matieral on reddit?
Zoomers love it and Cinemaphile is now zoomer central
I'm gen X and I fucking love it, best slasher in decades and easily the best horror movie this year.
I mean the scene where he kills the girl in the house with the candy is honestly fucked up I have seen almost every gorehound movie from Japan and Germany and the USA and that scene still got a visceral reaction from me it's brutal
Don’t even remember it. I’d probably truly glazed over by then. When it isn’t silly kills/gore it’s really boring. Movies need a plot man.
Did you also shit yourself in capital city?
Post the webm
the webm has the opening parts of the scene but it's really the whole thing that's fucked up
I could have saved her
The best part is when her mom walks in
I was laughing my ass off the entire time
t. didn't receive love as a child/was abused
Nah I got plenty of love
Some people are just built different
For me it's one he slaps that fat kids hans for taking too much candy
i love how he's just having a giggle every chance he gets. taunting sienna in the halloween store with all those goofy glasses, and then giving a big school picture-esque smile just before being decapitated.
I like how he doesn't even break character with a shotgun pointed at his skull
Wait, this scene goes on? What happens after the webm?
the way he just snaps her arm like a chicken bone and twists it off made me shit and puke
It was kind of just sad how badly he was torturing her.
I vomited myself and fainted during that scene. I had to be rushed to the hospital
All of these contrarian Cinemaphile homosexuals would genuinely have a fun time with this movie if it didn't have any media coverage. The movie is just dumb gorey fun and the kills like that actually leave a mark when you see it in cinemas, but guess what, most Cinemaphile homosexuals don't leave their house
Because there is still some semblance of taste left here. Barely but there’s some of us.
I know we're not supposed to talk about it, but I haven't gotten paid for last week's shilling here. Damien, just letting you know that I can't post 20 threads a day and argue in each thread and not get paid. Choose or lose, Damien.
A deal is a deal, pay up, or your oh so organic advertising here dries up.
lol you're seething in every thread horrortranny
>Because there is still some semblance of taste left here. Barely but there’s some of us.
And we shall never fall.
Then there's still hope
it's an instant classic like Squid Game
There's 1 (or 2) anons who unironically think Damien Leone is in every thread getting angry that people didn't like his low budget movie
the costume shop scene was pretty kinoesque
CLUNNY WILL YOU CLOSE THE DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Yes, the actor did a very good job. I thought they could do a great remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Check out the last one you will love it. It’s also shit.
The last one of what?
>Broke: People who are here for the gore
>Woke: People who are here for the Clunny
>Bespoke: People who are here for Art's IRL Shitposting
Too long and too much filler
I've got some filler for Sienna and her friends.
Only trannies do because it reminds them of their gash
Not a tranny but I've seen much better in this sub-genre. Plot could've used some work.
Good performance by Art though.
too shilled. just like RoP and HotD.
If you hate this movie then idk what to tell you. There was no diversity, wokeness, virtue signaling, and it included a scene where art mows down a bunch of kids with a machine gun. Along with the other kills and the 80’s Halloween/grind house vibe I loved it. It was too long and not a perfect film but it’s refreshing in my opinion. And it was done on such a small budget. Maybe they’ll make another Annabelle or co hiring film if that’s more your speed
There's a nog in the film trailer. Haven't seen the film
I really enjoyed this movie. I don't understand why there is so much hatred.
No ratings board could watch the whole thing. They all went insane and ran out of the room vomiting. You can't rate a movie you haven't seen.
My question is how did it get into theaters. As far as I know, you can't let a film into the cinema without a rating. But maybe I'm wrong.
>As far as I know, you can't let a film into the cinema without a rating. But maybe I'm wrong.
You're wrong. Dawn of the Dead (1978) was released into theaters without a rating too, as was Day of the Dead among tons of others.
Not having a rating just means that advertising is restricted and thus can adversely affect the business it can do. At least that's how it was for a long time, maybe it's unrestricted now, but no, a film does not need a rating to be legally shown in theaters.
>They all went insane and ran out of the room vomiting.
And stop, please. This movie is no scarier than Hostel or something like that.
I went through my liveleak phase when I was a teenager. Most posters aren't teenagers anymore.
250 USD$ to 8 MILLIONSUSD$
that is impressive.
not blair witch tier but still pretty good.
The best parts of the movie are when Art is killing people. I understand you can’t just have Art killing people be 99% of screen time, and there is definitely a fair bit of him killing people too, but the scenes without Art are generic as fuck.
The ending also lacked balls. I was expecting Art to be dad of Jonathan and Sienna, especially after part where the mom dies. I also thought that Art was going to turn Jonathan into the next Art too, which doesn’t happen either. But worst of all is how instead of having balls by killing off Sienna, she literally regenerates with the magic sword, and kills Art (who was also eating Jonathan even though he could have done that way earlier).
Art isn't even human to begin with
But yeah the entire ending was pure shit
Nah, the ending was great and in keeping with the rest of the movie. It doesn't need to make sense, it's a demonic clown who can regenerate organs, nothing is really out of the ordinary.
As I understand it, according to the rules of the movie, now the girl with the disfigured face will kill to restore Art organs?
Possibly. The rules aren't particularly nailed down as to how Art keeps coming back, in the first movie he blows his own brains out and loses an eye but revives shortly after reaching the morgue and eventually gets fully regenerated.
I think the little girl is like his guardian demon, she makes sure that he can come back when he gets taken.
He never seems that bothered about dying.
Yes, but now he only has his head (cut off by that magic sword).
I'm not really sure that the sword was magic, I would have expected an actual magic sword to kill him for good especially as she cut off his head with it. He didn't seem particularly worried about it either.
So is this clown supposed to be a human or some demon thing? It would be so easy to shoot him. I thought Americans had guns.
He might well shoot you first because he isn't above using guns at all.
>I think the little girl is like his guardian demon, she makes sure that he can come back when he gets taken
Yeah but she does more than that, honestly she's pretty active in the movie
What was her problem?
Okay, I have a couple of questions. Spoilers.
Why didn't Art kill Sienna in the bathroom scene? He just kicked her and left. At the same time he killed everyone but left her alive. That was strange.
Why didn't he kill Jonathan? They did his voice on the phone anyway. What was the point of leaving him alive?
Art is their father. Watch this being the twist for Terrifier 3.
Because he likes to have fun. It's the journey and not the destination that matters.
>take 3 days off voluntarily from this sub
>come back and dumb edgy clown is still being posted
It's reddit as fuck
The piss, cum, shit and spit was FLOWING from theaters at showings of TERRIFIER 2 in my CAPITOL CITY. FANS are loving this LITTY RAUNCHY lil ROMP!
She's so gorgeous.
Those wings should be at least twice that size
They were originally. Part of the humour, tbhbbq.
Anyways, she mogs the FUCK out of both Anya and Gal.
Best Wonder Woman on film.
Too bad she slimmed down
Her thighs were killing me all throughout the film
Why does he always have that look on his face like a puppy who forgot to be fed?
If the Stacey girl at the start is upset her brother is turning into an incel why doesn't she simply ask her Stacey friends to fuck him and kickstart the process of him being a Chad or better yet fuck him herself
God women are retard
Only trannies hate this movie because its not goyslop slowburn homosexual anime.
>goyslop slowburn homosexual anime.
>meme buzzword soup
Too violent and degenerate for no reason, society doesn't need this kind of shit
Oh my god..is that...is that...A CLOWN?!!! AAIIIYYEEE IM GOING INSANE IM PUKING AND SHITTING AND FAINTING NOOOOOO SAVE ME STEPHEN "CHILD GANGBANG" KING
Ok, serious question.
Who will win?
A cold, unfeeling machine from Hell vs. ED is a good question.
My point is that Art can't be killed, right? Only with that magic sword. But at the same time Art only kills people, how can he deal with a military killing machine? So it's quite a fair fight, I'd say.
Art is akin to Loki, the trickster, who sees The Matrix of being and likes to fuck with it for fun.
ED really only has the upper hand when his victims feel threatened, anyways. Someone confident can beat him easily, even if just by dolphin'ing through his legs.
Trust me, I've played Hunter Hunted.
>Art is akin to Loki, the trickster, who sees The Matrix of being and likes to fuck with it for fun.
That's why I still come here. Because there are still thinking people here who can see what is shown to them.
Exactly, he's reasonably fair in that he isn't physically intimidating, most women should be able to give him a good run for his money and men should outright batter him.
That's not ED, that's Cain
Well... we can bring ED too
Art would walk down a flight of stairs then watch and laugh hysterically as it tumbled down
But what if there are no stairs?
I've seen the webm here with the scalping/arm tear/bleach scene, is that supposed to be the worst one in the movie?
holy shit, when he ripped her arm off the long way and pour salt in her wounds i was laffin' so much
My capital city has a mandatory penis inspection so I refused
Did the girl he tortured piss him off somehow or did he just do it for the lulz?
I don't know what to tell you. It's not that he's only tortured one girl. Regarding her specifically... Yes and no. She didn't give him candy, but I don't think that made any difference. He came to her specifically, probably to see what door he could get in through at night.
Does this shit have a marketing budget of a billion usd or something? Why is there SO MUCH shilling for this trash?
I haven't seen it, I just watched the trailer for it and it looks stupid as fuck, like something you'd pick up from the bargain bin. Are you guys trying to troll people into thinking this is some sort of masterpiece?
Because it's basically a tiktok film.
>weird clown guy kills people for no reason
There's no substance to it.
>weird guy in mask kills people for no reason
So basically the first movie in any horror series, cool
forgive these millennials. they weren't around or raised with slasher kino. they have no idea how long the fun slasher drought has been.
I'm kind of disappointing how slow this movie is so far
First movie is so fast in how murders and stalking and killing start
It's kind of weird how they just give him a e-boi companion but ok
You have near infinite amount of reasons to kill any person on earth right now and very few not to
in visual medium style is substance and he kills them stylishly
the color grading in this movie looks so fucking bad that I refuse to watch it just for that reason, who thought it was a good idea to make your bloody horror movie exclusively teal and orange?
He said in an interview that he was trying to convey the colorless colors of Ukrainian TV on which he watched American horror movies
why would a wop be doing the ukrianke
yeah what's the deal with people using warm and cool colors? fuck color theory amirite bros!
because it's spam
>movie budget $250,000
what the shilling budget?
It's even less than what Reservoir Dogs cost. It's really amazing.
the budget of the 1 was probably close to 0
Can I wtahc Terifer 2 without watchan terrifer the first?
Yes, I did.
yes sirs israelite can
Friendship with slowburn ended
No my best friend are brutal mental and physical tortures of pretty young girls
Is Terrifier 1 as fun as the second? I'm not a gore fan, but I liked the clown.
I think 1 was better than 2, it's snappier and has more fucked up set-pieces.
I just saw the two and the sequel is definitely better. The higher production value was noticeable. A bit too long though.
I like how you can see the evolution in budget from All Hallows Eve, Terrifier 1 and then 2.
Although the original short Terrifier Art is probably the worst, sawing that girls arms and legs off and turning her into a living real doll.
The main bitch has a nice tight arse and you can see her tight jeans arse in many shots
I wish the film was simpler like the first. All the prophecy, magic sword bullshit was stupid. Art being the plaything of some unseen force that'd keep bringing him back should have been as far as the supernatural shit went.
the theatre in my capitol city had to be closed due to an overwhelming amount of shit piss and vomit
There's too much plot in this movie so far
it should've stuck to just being about a mime killing women and hot brunettes being scared
who the fuck cares about personalities and relationships of victims I want to see tits in blood
Have you seen the first movies? They're more about chase/kills, I agree the second Terrifier focuses too much on the girl and her family but maybe they're trying to build an arc.
I did see the first movie yesterday and I liked it a lot which is why I'm disappointing with this one so far
Tell me, is the first movie funny?
Definitely funnier than the sequel.
I wish they made similar movie like this (with brutal torture of women and cute brunettes) but also with some of my other fetishes like kidnapping and Stockholm syndrome romance
have the girl wear pantyhose as well
The movie is shit and boring. Who cares what happens as it's all supernatural garbage anyway with no weight behind any event
You sound like a fan of the shows of The CW.
I don't even know what that is, I'm not American. But if you like whatever it is, good for you. There's no need for the projection
In almost every slasher it turns out that the main killer has some kind of supernatural abilities.
we prefer superior KINO
>Why does Cinemaphile hate this kino?
Because instead of just being happy that it exists, vapid cunts like you have to keep trying to shove it down everyone's throats until everyone around you is just straight fucking sick of it.
Im not a zoomer
REDDIT ZOOMERS PLEASE KILL YOURSELVES
He's definitely not human, but it's not fully explained. Maybe his "demonic" powers are not in him, but are given to him. He doesn't really care about it and kind of feels the pain. But you probably can't kill him.
The first one is better in a way that it's more "arcade"
the first one is like tetris and 2nd one is like Red Dead 2
first one is just girl being tortured and scared by a goofy dude which is what you want to see
second one adds all this bullshit about prophecies, teen drama parties, something about highschool
I just want to play Tetris and I just want to see cute brunettes being whipped into pissing themselves by creepy old men, I don't give a shit her best friends boyfriend is wearing a t shirt instead of a costume to a halloween party
he was just a guy in the first one but it seems in this one devil or someone decided he's rad and brought him back
>he was just a guy in the first one
He willingly blew his brains out and came back from the dead. He was never just a guy. He crawled out of a TV in All Hallows Eve and teleported to outpace a car multiple times in the Terrifier short. He was always supernatural.
This film got me harder than anything I've ever seen other than Schindler's List. True kinography.
I wish you didn't post op since I am now shitting and pissing right now
I don't. I've already been to a horror con and picked up a handscultped bust of /ourguy/.
i hope this shit keeps escalating to jason x levels of goofiness. just keep any kind of origin story/lore bs related to the supernatural elements to a minimum.
Clown Cafe sequence was pretty silly
Does it have female nudity? If not then I don't care and will never watch it
A shower scene with serious sideboob is the best you're getting.
I'd just like to take this time to thank my anonymous benefactors for giving me this opportunity. Shilling for this movie is the easiest money I've ever made. I hope when they make the rounds again they don't forget about me, I'd gladly accept for another movie.
I got hard in the scene where she's on her knees shivering and shaking from fear
they should make whole movies just like scene like this, cut out bullshit about the little guy and her friend just cute brunettes bleeding and being scared
every time i see a terrifier 2 thread i shit myself and vomit all over my monitor
Im....too ....terrified....to see it....I shid and farp
I'm watching part 2 right now. When the woman walks up on her cut up daughter it felt like a missed opportunity for her to have a heart attack.
Sometimes subtlety is better than just gore.
ART CHADS CAN'T STOP WINNING
LOL, when he comes back in with the salt
i felt that.
The type of person that pays money for this clown entertainment is likely a criminal or on medication
This is no more shocking than final destination movies.
This was 100 times better than barbarian. My only problem is that there is no tits or pussy and the acting is fucking terrible. The best actor is literally the black clerk at the joke shop. Also went on too long, you could cut out the marvel ending with chris jericho made no sense.
>The best actor is literally the black clerk at the joke shop.
This whole series is carried on the back of Art's shoulders. His actor should be earning serious percentages for the heavy lifting he's doing.
>His actor should be earning serious percentages for the heavy lifting he's doing.
I think the actor does a good job, but the writers don't quite know what they want to do with him. He's not a freddy, michael or a Jason, he isn't even a pennywise. Hes a mix of all of them. The ending was just so random, I don't like downer endings but the girl and the boy should've died.
I wonder what the director can do with a bigger budget and better writers. Also this movie has better editing and fight chorography than any hollywood trash being made. Really makes you think.
Cinemaphile doesn't hate it, they hate the marketing and the people who like it. its the same with shit like rick and morty, if you don't like the show you don't fucking watch it and that's about it but then you see people who act like complete retards over the show and see it brought up in other contexts when its clearly just advertising for the show rather than something organic. Hence why you get people calling literally everyone a "shill" when you mention something, their hatred for marketing and the rubes that are duped by it taint their worldview to the point where they cannot concieved of anything liking anything for personal reasons, its all a giant conspiracy to get them to watch a show which they think will turn them into a cringe normie.
Seems like he knows what he's doing:
Have you been able to wrap your head around how well “Terrifier 2” has been doing at the box office?
>It is very surreal. I had high expectations for this film and Art the Clown for quite some time, honestly. I created this character back in 2006. Once I made my second short film with him, I really believed I had something special, so I’ve been working so hard to get it to this point. I did not expect it to make this kind of splash or play in theaters, honestly, other than maybe a few arthouse theaters. To see it snowballing, the word of mouth growing, people getting sick and fainting and it really taking off, I never expected this or for it to make millions of dollars in theaters.
How important was it to make the movie unrated and keep the gore?
>Not cutting out the violence was crucial because we’ve already established this franchise. That was one of the highlights of “Terrifier.” My mindset at the time was, “Why are people going to come and see our little $35,000 movie when they can go and watch a $50 million Hollywood horror movie? What’s gonna get people talking once they leave our movie? We can show things they would never show in a Hollywood slasher. If we show this hacksaw scene, that’s really gonna get people talking.” Sure enough, that was the case and one of the things that really separated us. If we got rid of that element, we’d be doing a disservice to ourselves.
When you were making the sequel, was there a scene you had in mind that was supposed to top the hacksaw scene from the first movie?
>One day I was in my local Barnes & Noble flipping through a book about Jack the Ripper. There was a photograph of one of his victims. It was this woman with her remains splayed out on a bed, and she was so horribly mutilated you couldn’t even tell it was a human being anymore. It was just chunks of meat and bone, and it was really disturbing. I said, “How would Art the Clown have gotten a character into that state? If we reverse engineer this photograph and imagine how somebody could end up looking like that, it could be potentially a scene to rival the hacksaw scene.” That’s where the bedroom kill scene with Allie (Casey Hartnett) came from. I would assume that’s the scene that’s getting to people because it’s pretty unprecedented to have a scene that goes on for almost three minutes. That’s a little unorthodox for even a slasher movie to have a kill go on that long.
The runtime is already long for a slasher. Was there anything you had to cut from it?
>When I wrote the script, I didn’t think about runtime. I wrote the story that came to me organically. It wasn’t until I got into the editing room that I started to realize how big this movie was, and I knew that was pretty unacceptable. I started chipping away at all the scenes, little by little, just trimming the fat. But for the most part, everything I wrote in the script I put into the movie. It’s definitely a polarizing aspect of it. Some people think it’s way too long, but at the end of the day we live in a time where people can binge eight episodes straight of a show, and I don’t see why you can’t watch a 2 hour and 18 minute movie as long as it keeps your interest.
Did you ever think you were making it too violent?
>I’m always trying to push the boundaries of what people typically see in a slasher film because I like showing people things they haven’t seen before, or else what’s the point? But there are lines I won’t cross, even though my line is different than somebody else’s. When I think of a scene like that bedroom scene, I probably thought of five other steps to go in a horrible direction and then said, “No, that’s way too much.” At the end of the day, I want this to be a fun horror movie. Even though the violence is very extreme, I don’t want to alienate people and get to a point where they’re having a miserable experience and it’s no longer fun. There’s a very blatant blanket of fantasy over the whole thing. Within the first two minutes, it’s clear this movie isn’t based in reality, so I was hoping that would make the violence a little more palatable and accessible.
What are the lines you won’t cross?
>Art the Clown likes to play with people’s entrails. There’s the scene where he cuts off a man’s penis. He could have taken it further. We had conversations of things he could do once he took the guy’s penis off. We explored those and joked about it, but then we said, “No, that’s way too far. That’s too distasteful.”
Now I have to know what some of those ideas were
>Possibly making a balloon animal out of it, or something like that. But we absolutely can’t do that. It was actually [Art the Clown actor] Dave’s suggestion. We’re always trying to one-up each other and come up with sick things, but that was too far for me.
Where do you see the “Terrifier” franchise going from here?
>I had a “Part 3” in mind when writing “Part 2.” There are so many questions brought up in “Part 2” that are not answered, and that was part of the design because I know I’m going into a “Part 3.” I pretty much have the entire treatment ready for “Part 3,” but it’s getting so big that it could potentially split into a “Part 4” because I wouldn’t want to make another 2 hour 20 minute movie. So we’ll see. My fear is that eventually the well is gonna run dry, we’re gonna wind up jumping the shark, there will be nothing left to say with this character. It happens with a lot of franchises that I’m still a huge fan of. I’ve watched all these “Part 10s” and “Part 13s,” but sometimes that could really ruin the entire franchise. For them to peter out or not have this satisfying arc or the movie goes in another direction, that could be devastating to your overall franchise. I want to try and avoid that.
What do you want to say with the character of Art?
>If Art the Clown represented anything, I think it would be an inevitable evil that’s lurking outside your door and could strike at any moment arbitrarily, just based on chance. That’s what really stuck with me when I made “Part 1,” because the two girls that encounter him just encountered him by chance, and he fixated on them. That could happen to anybody. That’s one of the major criticisms the first “Terrifier” gets. It didn’t really have protagonists that you can get behind who were compelling. It was really just a showcase for the villain, but that was sort of the point. It was setting up Art as a villain and showing that no character is safe. He could take out who you think is going to be the hero 30 minutes into the movie, so it really keeps the audience on their toes for future installments.
Is it safe to say that Sienna and Jonathan will return? What about Art’s sidekick, the creepy, pale girl (played by Amelie McLain)?
>There’s something very interesting that’s going to happen with the pale girl in “Part 3.” That’s all I can say right now. Sienna is crucial to the franchise moving forward. There are a lot of interesting things that are going to be brought up with that character and her trajectory. I know there were a lot of things thrown at the audience in this movie and it sort of unravels like a nightmare, but nothing was thrown in just arbitrarily for the sake of being weird. Everything means something, and it’s all going to make sense, for sure. I kind of regret doing this, but I recorded a director’s commentary for the Blu-ray and I actually did explain a lot of stuff that I shouldn’t have. People might want to check that out because they’ll definitely get some spoilers as to what’s going on on.
The ending of “Terrifier 2” veers into the supernatural side. How do you balance that with the exaggerated gore?
>That’s going to be one of the trickiest lines to walk, because I don’t want to go too far into that supernatural, mystical element. But if there’s a supernatural evil that’s so powerful driving Art the Clown, how are you going to combat that? There should be a supernatural good in this reality as well. That’s what excited me most about this film, seeing Sienna uncover that element and understand her destiny becoming Art’s nemesis. Art blew his brains out with a gun at the end of “Terrifier,” so why would a butcher knife suddenly be able to take him out? It has to be much more complicated, deeper and supernatural. There has to be a lot more going on in this world. I love exploring the supernatural, but I don’t want to have it overshadow the tone of the movie. Moving forward, I think it’s really important to stay grounded in terms of being a grindhouse slasher at its core.
Are you hoping to stay indie for the sequel or would you want to partner with a larger distributor?
I’m open to anything, but my fear is suddenly having too many cooks in the kitchen trying to steer it in the wrong direction. I’m sure if a big studio came in, they would have a huge problem with the graphic violence. But then again, we made a big splash solely on that. At least on the surface, I think that’s drawing people into the theater, but I don’t think a movie can work just based on graphic violence. I’m certainly open to anything. I would love to see what a “Terrifier 3” would look like by a Hollywood studio. I would love to hire an actual Hollywood makeup company to do the special effects. That would take so much of the burden off and expedite everything. That was really the main thing that held us back. We had such a small crew. There was a core group of nine of us that made that entire movie, but we were the set builders, costumes and special effects.
Is there pressure to go even bigger with the gore in a third movie?
There’s definitely pressure. I think we’re set up to fail with “Part 3” in terms of the gore, no matter what, because now people have their expectations so high. If I go way past that we’re going to be thrown into the bad taste category, and if we don’t hit that then we’re going to have dropped the ball. So I have to hit a bullseye in terms of the gore for “Part 3.” So no pressure there.
He sounds like a smart guy, even if I don't like the movie and his "too far" is way further than my "too far".
Having basic awareness of jumping the shark or wearing out your welcome is a low bar, but apparently not everyone meets that bar.
>>Not cutting out the violence was crucial because we’ve already established this franchise.
I like this but I hate when they cut away so fast to hide the bad effects.
>Someone gets stabbed in the eye
>cut away before they realise how shit it looks
I hate when movies do this, just show us your shit effects in full glory.
Being afraid of clowns is a stupid psyop meme from the 2010's. Only mentally unstable retards are scared of clowns. Normal people find clowns funny because they're funny. The same people who are performatively terrified of clowns are the same sort who flick their beans to Ted Bundy documentaries on Netflix.
Art is genuinely a funny character to watch. Too bad the main characters were absolute shit
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