The bad clown is going down!

Killjoy Goes to Hell
2012 | Color | 93 Min. | 1.78.1 | R | Horror | Dolby Digital | Full Moon Horror

Director: John Lechago

Writer: John Lechago

Trent Haaga,
Victoria De Mare
Al Burke

The demon clown Killjoy is on trial in Hell! Having failed in his last outing to claim his victim's soul, he must face the devil himself in Hell's courtroom and prove that he's evil and worthy of a demon. His only hope is the testimony of his last victim and a trial by combat. Killjoy's murderous minions Batty Boop, Punchy, and Freakshow plot a daring rescue attempt, but they have nosy detectives, renegade clowns, and a whole mess of demons in their way. If they fail Killjoy is damned to oblivion, never to return!

Well shit! I'm not sure at the moment how I feel about Killjoy Goes to Hell. This was by far the best looking of the 4. In fact, all the makeup's alone give this movie high praise. And this has to be one of Full Moon's longest running movies ever. But it starts a little slow or odd maybe. The idea of Killjoy going to court for letting one of his victims get away is perfect the execution was just a little slow.

Aqeela Zoll, yum!

But yet I can not sit here and tell you that I did not like it. In fact, it had so many good things going for it, it's easy to forgive. They really went a long way to tell a story. And once the movie get's going it does not slow down. So my advice to you relax the first 30 minutes is to set up the story and it really gets better after that. 

The great cast is back and Trent Haaga has a great time playing his killer klown! Also, I really enjoyed the way this movie picked up from part 3 and tied up some loose ends. Oh and thanks to casting agents for bring back Jessica Whitaker. Mr. Band will you please bring her back for another movie of yours thanks. They also give us 3rd runner-up for Miss California 2012 Aqueela Zoll who is very easy on the eyes.

Jessica still looks fantastic. 

All though I'm having trouble writing this review I can not say enough good things about this movie. In some ways, it was a step back from part 3 but none the less a very well done effort. Maybe someday we will get a 5th installment but if Killjoy ends with Goes to Hell he will have ended on a very high note!

4 Bloody Brains out of 5!
Bonus feature:
The movie is number 256 in Fullmoon's catalog. Killjoy's prisoner number is also 256 and can be seen on his jumpsuit. The heroine's patient number is also 256.


  1. I have never heard of this series but will have to check it out. When I saw the clowns I thought of the one from the movie "It"

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies


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