Halloween is officially creeping upon us. Though according to some retailers, it started on August 1st and it’s now officially Christmas time … in September. Regardless of this age-old struggle, it is undeniably the season of ghosts, witches, vampires and deadly clowns. Interestingly the public has come to embrace jesters of the creepy nature, most likely with the help of the success of ‘IT’.

Using the circus staples as villains appear to be on the incline, so much so that cult classic ‘Killer Klowns from Outer Space’ rose in mainstream popularity over the past couple years. This led to the film getting its own attractions at Universal Studio’s yearly Horror Nights events in Orlando and Hollywood. We’ll have more on in a later article with another exclusive interview.

Today, though, we’re talking about clowns that travel not via a tiny car or spaceship, but by cyclone. Todd Sheets, a man whose specialty is the horror genre, sat down to talk with us about this interesting mix of violent weather and violent painted circus folk. Why did he make this movie? Why clowns in tornados? Why not clowns in mild autumn breezes? Find out below!




Cursed demonic circus clowns set out on a vengeful massacre using tornadoes. A stripper, Elvis impersonator, truck driver, teen runaway, and a dude get caught in the supernatural battle between femme fatal and the boss clown from hell.

‘Clownado’ is currently available on VOD and a DVD release is slated for September 17th!eet