Karl Hirsch’s Clown Is Available to Watch Now and We Recommend You Do So!
If clown terror is your bag, you’re going to want to tune in to Karl Hirsch’s short film Clown. Originally shot in 2005, the film hit YouTube last year and hasn’t gotten remotely near the attention it deserves. This is a badass flick, and it’s going to leave you captivated for 20 minutes!
Hirsch directs and co-writes with Michael McColl, who also fronts the film. In addition to McColl, Gwyn Fawcett, Johnny Ray Meeks, and Bob Clendenin co-star.
Shot on a budget of $100,000, the picture looks fantastic and boasts some great editing and damn menacing clowns. There’s also a surprising degree of depth to the film that we think you’re going to find genuinely satisfying.
Watch it below!
Ken’s daily routine, which includes a few cocktails each night, has left him marginally bored and lifeless. One night, when his regular liquor store is closed, he visits Circus Liquor. That is when strange things begin to happen.