“The skinned Joker”

Films: Clown (2014)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The onslaught of monstrous clowns just doesn't end, does it?! Just when you think you've found the absolute worst monstrous entertainer ever in film, in comes the next. But this time, the horror is only skin-deep.

History: Kent McCoy has recently got his hands on a strange yet seemingly harmless clown costume. He wears it to entertain his son, only to find that he can't take it off. Turns out, it's alive. It's the skin of the Cloyne, a Northern European monster that eats five children a year. Now, Kent finds himself slowly turning into the demon, killing children left and right before eating them. And his family could be next...

Notable Kills: Killing a kid with a runaway sawblade (it was an accident, admittingly), killing another just as he dies in a video game (ironic), the Chuck E. Cheese massacre (only two kids, but we don't want to describe it), and ripping the jaw off of an adult.

Final Fate: After menacing his own family, Kent is finally put down when his wife decapitates him. Both he and the evil costume die, and the latter is sent away as evidence forever.

Powers/Abilities: The Cloyne costume turns anyone into the monster, and if anyone eats a part of it, they become monstrous too.

Weakness: If the Cloyne eats enough children in a year, the curse will dissipate (for a while). Or, you can just rip the head off.

Scariness Factor: 4-This monster clown may be easy to kill in retrospect, but he's a beast in every other factor. His appearance is completely hideous, his methods are often barbaric and bloody, and the person behind the mask is probably in unbelievable pain from the guilt. In short, if you see this thing coming your way, kill it for the person's sake.

Trivia: -The posters for this film were banned in Italy for being too scary. At least, that's what they say.

-The USA didn't get this film until 2016, unlike most other countries.

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They're far from safe.
Trust me, guy. It doesn't get any better from now.

"Miniature Golf isn't that deeeep!"
Again. It won't get any better. See below.

Look away. That's all we'll say.