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Apologies to all those with coulrophobia out there, but it seems to be a star-spangled day for scary clowns. First we learned that the new It adaptation had found its Pennywise; now we have a clip from Jon Watts’ upcoming horror film, Clown. Holy hell, literally everything about this movie looks terrifying.
“There’s no clown coming!” a frantic mom realizes during her kid’s birthday party. No problem—Dad to the rescue, grabbing a costume he randomly finds in a dusty trunk. But that’s no clown suit... it’s the skin of a demon, and it can’t be removed. Slowly, it begins to turn the wearer into a rainbow-wigged monster.
While we don't recommend running into your backyard and trying to recreate silly circus routines on your own, it's still fascinating to know the general methods behind the tricks. So here are the basic "secrets" behind some popular circus acts.
There is nothing scarier than a clown. Nothing. We're not sure if this trailer for Eli Roth's Clown is real or fake, but one thing we do know is that it's terrifying.
Gene Simmons. Once upon a time, he played bass and unrolled his tongue out for that brown paper bag of musical hurt that is Kiss. Now, he just goes around saying stupid things like this:
This is Brozo the Creepy Clown, a television host on the Spanish language Televisa network. Apparently he gets very upset when people impersonate his co-host Marissa Rivera on Twitter. So upset in fact, that he threatens to come after them.
Clowns are scary to some, but apparently they're invisible to most cellphone users. According to a study involving a unicycle, a clown, and 150 college students, cellphone users were half as likely as others to notice a red-nosed, unicycle rider.
Well, not exactly clown bikes, but Specialized is creating quite a few brand new "revolutionary" bikes. Check out the link to see all eight of these monsters. Supposedly they revolutionize the aerodynamics while biking, but I m sure that can be done just as easily without making the bikes look like the Toxic…