Who seriously hates clowns? Killer or not, horror fans can agree that there is just something off about clowns and it just makes you uncomfortable when you see one. Clowns as subjects in horror films is not uncommon but when it is done right, it can leave you awake for days seeing those painted faces, red noises, and fake smiles haunt your mind. If you are one of those people, then we apologize because this upcoming trailer for Insane is sure to give you nightmares.
From director Massimilano Cerchi (Hellbilly, Holy Terror) and Producer Dustin Lebleu , Insane is based on a horrific series of events that will leave you wide eyed at night. The film has wrapped principle photography and is currently in the final stages of post and today SGL Entertainment has given us a first look at this terrifying film experience. The synopsis is as follows:
What you don’t see should scare you; what you can’t control should scare you even more. Darkness does not hesitate, darkness takes no sides, but what it does take is your soul
. A manifestation of evil that consumes all that unleashes it begins to engulf the life of a young couple who just moved into a mansion. Unable to deny the demonic presence any longer, things begin to change and not for the better. Fear becomes an obsession which transcends into a deeper darkness. Do you believe beyond what your eyes can see?
The important lesson to learn here, is that some things will always be scary and those some things will always be Clowns. If it is Pennywise from It, the clown from Poltergeist laughing at you in a rocking chair or even a clown suit that makes you hungry for children as in Eli Roth’s Clown, there will always be something unsettling about a face painted, red nose, laughing lunatic.
You can check out Insanse on Blu-Ray, DVD, VOD, and select movie theaters nationwide in 2016.