Hey Hey, Horror Hounds, your old blood buddy Jay has discovered something amazing coming down the line. A blood curdling new film titled Crepitus. The movie stars horror legend Bill Moseley as a soul-stealing demonic clown — need I say more?
Here's an in-depth look at this exciting independent horror production directed by Haynze Whitmore and written by my buddies and fellow horror hounds Eddie and Sarah Renner. Leave your questions for the production crew in the comment section and we'll try to get them answered in our follow-up article.
Director: Haynze Whitmore
Writers: Eddie & Sarah Renner
Cast: Bill Moseley as Crepitus, Mike Hard as Sheriff Jed, Jackey Hall as The Mother, Raiden as Julian, Caitlin Williams as Eli & Lance Paul as The Deputy
Film synopsis: 17-year-old Elizabeth and her younger brother, Julian, are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than life with their abusive, drunken mother when they are forced to move into their deceased grandfather's house. Frightened beyond belief, they are forced to learn horrible things about their family history. Nevermind the ghosts in the house, there is something far worse that takes an interest in them — a cannibalistic clown named Crepitus.
You have to admit that this film looks like it's going to be fun, frightful and extremely creepy. The kind of project horror fans everywhere can truly get excited about. Crepitus is still in the early stages of pre-production and there's still time for fear lovers to get in on the fun. There's some awesome rewards available at INDIEGOGO for those willing to help fund the project.
That's all for now Horror Hounds, let's show our support for indie horror by helping to fund Crepitus or even just by getting the word out to fellow horror lovers. After all is said and done, forget about Eli Roth's Clown and the 2017 remake of Stephen King's It.
Crepitus is the killer clown we'll all be talking about for years to come.
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