Clowns can be terrifying at the best of times √ê especially when they√ïre Killer Klowns from Outer Space! When Mike and his girlfriend Debbie turn up at the local police station warning that a gang of homicidal alien clowns have arrived in the town of Crescent Grove, the cops are naturally sceptical. Talk of popcorn-firing guns and a spaceship shaped like a circus tent out in the woods hardly helps to convince them.
Before long, however, reports start coming in from anxious locals reporting similar run-ins with the colourfully-dressed, large shoe-wearing assailants. There can no longer be any doubt √ê the Killer Klowns from Outer Space are here and they√ïre out to turn the population into candy floss!
The sole directorial effort from the Chiodo brothers √ê the special effects team behind such hits as Critters and Team America: World Police √ê Killer Klowns from Outer Space is the wacky 1988 horror comedy classic against which all other knowing B-movie efforts should be measured. So, in the words of the film√ïs opening theme song, hop aboard the √ínightmare merry-go-round√ì and brace yourself for a cinematic experience unparalleled in this galaxy!
SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS:
Limited Edition SteelBook¬™ Packaging
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of the feature, transferred from original film elements by MGM
Original Stereo 2.0 audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray)
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Audio Commentary with the Chiodo Brothers
The Making of Killer Klowns √ê a 20-minute featurette looking at the film√ïs production, including an interview with the Chiodo Brothers alongside behind-the-scenes footage
Visual Effects with Gene Warren Jr. √ê an interview with Charles Chiodo and visual effects supervisor Gene Warren Jr.
Kreating Klowns √ê an interview with Charles Chiodo and creature fabricator Dwight Roberts
Bringing Life to These Things √ê A Tour of Chiodo Bros. Productions
Chiodo Brothers√ï Earliest Films √ê a look back at the Chiodo Brothers√ï early homemade productions
Tales of Tobacco: A brand new interview with star Grant Cramer
Debbie√ïs Big Night: A brand new interview with star Suzanne Snyder
Komposing Klowns √ê interview with composer John Massari
Deleted Scenes with Director√ïs Commentary
Original Theatrical Trailer
Collector√ïs booklet featuring new writing on the film by Starburst critic Joel Harley, illustrated with original archive stills and posters.