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The Clown (Le Queloune)

by Tracy Vanity

One of the most brilliant zombie films I’ve ever seen is a short about a French Canadian zombie clown.

Much has been said about what happens to non-zombies when zombies attack but what about the emotions of the zombies themselves? Superb acting, beautiful cinematography, and a refreshing and unique change from the typical “zombie apocalypse” variety of zombie films. Add to this a creepy clown zombie and cannibalism, and you have one of the most fucked up and beautiful zombie movies ever!

Très magnifique! Check it out:

Was anyone else reminded of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer during that mirror scene?

2 responses

  1. Pingback: Zombie Love Boat, Shiny and New « KimKrodel

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