Clown Kill (2014)
|Director||Mark J. Howard|
|Writer||Mark J. Howard|
|Company||Northern Misfits, GreenBond Productions|
Clown Kill (originally released as Lock In), is a 2014 British slasher film written and directed by Mark J. Howard, produced by Howard and Stephen Greenhalgh, and starring Jessica Cunningham.
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Jenny, an "ambitious, feisty advertising executive" kidnapped by a clown after having her drink spiked in a bar, and is raped. After taking six months off work, she spends the night in the office block and is terrorised by the same clown who raped her.
The film received mainstream attention after its star Jessica Cunningham participated in The Apprentice in late 2016. The media expressed incredulity that Cunningham had been involved in the film.
Cunningham was six months pregnant when she filmed scenes of being raped, as well as a shower scene in which she appears nude. She additionally had to perform scenes in which she is tied up and has her mouth gagged.
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The film has received mixed reviews. Out of 106 user votes, the movie got a 2.6/10 on IMDB.