BLOOD HARVEST
1987, Films Around the World, 88 min, USA, Dir: Bill Rebane

Jill Robinson returns to her once-peaceful hometown to discover everything in disarray. Her parents have vanished, her home has been defaced and the only people happy to see her are a clown named Marvelous Mervo (played by cult musician Tiny Tim) and his brother. But this is no tiptoe through the tulips: Someone is murdering everybody connected to Jill and her family. A late entry into the ’80s slasher sweepstakes, BLOOD HARVEST is an ultra-sleazy and absolutely mental horror oddity straight from the heart of the Midwest.


THE FUNHOUSE
1981, Universal, 96 min, USA, Dir: Tobe Hooper

This stylish and atmospheric slasher from American master of horror Tobe Hooper centers on four teenagers who unwisely set up camp at a carnival funhouse for a night of cheap thrills. The sleepover quickly becomes a deadly nightmare as the kids realize they are being stalked by a ghastly carnival freak - who shows no lack of creativity when it comes to carnival props doubling as slaughter weapons.


KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE
1988, Park Circus/MGM, 88 min, USA, Dir: Stephen Chiodo

In space, no one can eat ice cream. A group of clown-like extraterrestrials invades a small town to harvest its inhabitants; only a group of young people realizes that these clowns are no laughing matter. One of the most beloved ’80s cult films, filled with zany gags and chilling terror.


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