Horror Movie That’s Making People Pass Out And Throw Up Being Called ‘Most Depraved’ Of All Time

Horror Movie That’s Making People Pass Out And Throw Up Being Called ‘Most Depraved’ Of All Time

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A new horror movie is being called the “most depraved” film of all time. “Terrifier 2” is so terrifying that audiences are being given barf bags to throw up in and have been passing out at screenings. Needless to say, this killer clown is making quite an impression on even the most hardened of horror fans.

  1. “Terrifier 2” is worse than the original. This sequel again follows Art the Clown, but this time he’s terrorizing a teenage girl and her brother on Halloween night. Needless to say, things get pretty bloody very quickly.
  2. Fans on social media have been raving about the movie. While it’s disgusting and terrible, it seems “Terrifier 2” is exactly the kind of movie horror fans love. As one person remarked, they just don’t make them like this anymore. “If you miss the good ole days of lean-and-mean horror, Terrifier 2 may just be the tonic you seek. Seriously, this thang is more violent and depraved than anything in recent years I can recall,” they wrote.
  3. Some people just can’t hang. Because of some of the more intense scenes in the movie, people are being sick and even losing consciousness. One person on Twitter claimed that another movie-goer passed out in the theater. “‘Terrifier 2’ was an amazing gory mess. The guy behind me passed out cold and crashed into my chair, another guy left because he didn’t feel good, I overheard him say, and walking out the theatre door I heard a guy puking hard and loud in the bathroom,” they wrote. Another reviewer concurred, writing: “Holy s***! #Terrifier2 was fantastic! Definitely not for the weak stomachs! Someone actually fainted during my screening of this movie.”
  4. The actor who plays Art the Clown recently revealed how he got the part. David Howard Thornton told Screen Rant that the process was pretty easy: he just answered an open audition notice online. He’d seen the original movie and was game for the role. As for the audition: “I had to improvise my whole entire audition on the spot because Art doesn’t talk. They wanted me to pantomime killing a victim, decapitating a guy, and being happy about doing it. I think that the audition is online somewhere, but the short and sweet version of it [is] I snuck up behind my victim, cartoonishly knocked him out, sawed off his head, picked up the head, and tasted it. I didn’t like the taste, so I took out some salt and seasoned it. Liked the taste, kind of bathed in the blood a little bit, and skipped on my merry way. And that’s what got me the part.” That should tell you what you’re in for!

“Terrifier 2” was released on October 6.

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more.