‘Wrinkles The Clown’ tells the story of the real-life Pennywise, who was paid by parents to scare children who had been misbehaving.
Clowns hey, talk about watching your art form get hauled over the coals. Now, with the terrifying ‘It’ on the way, panic sets in.
Many of us have a love-hate relationship with the fast food giants. but now their mascot finds himself in the middle of a PR disaster.
“Killer Clowns” have made their way to the UK are scaring people senseless. Just when will this crown craze come to an end, and is there a solution?
Clowns. 2016 is the year of their return as a horror feature, and there are a couple of them in real life scaring little children. Cue the violent threats.
You may have heard a little here and there about a spate of weird clown sightings over in the U.S., but even the likes of the NYT are now hopping on board.
I have long since had a massive sense of distrust when it comes to clowns. That being said I’d rather have one at my party than dear Donald.
There are two ways this story could’ve panned out. Either the clowns noticed some drug dealings going on and, being good Samaritans, immediately shot down the head honcho – OR – gunmen who always had the intention of killing the head honcho dressed themselves up as clowns, invaded the party, and shot the guy from close range. Done guessing?
Stephen King’s It has come to life in the small English town of Northampton. A man dressed in full clown attire has been spotted hanging out on street corners late at night, holding colourful flowers, balloons and juggling. Clowns are scary enough as it is in the day-time, but in the middle of night, waving at you from a street corner, they’re terrifying.