Clown Kill aka Lock In (2014)


‘His party. Your funeral.’

Clown Kill – aka Lock In – is a 2014 British horror film written and directed by Mark J. Howard. Locked in an office block with a sadistic clown the staff must work together to survive the night… It stars Roy Basnett, Jessica Cunningham, recently a contestant on TV show The Apprentice, and Stephen Greenhalgh.

Grindhouse Video is releasing the film on DVD in the US on April 25, 2017. A British DVD release by Left Films is scheduled for 15 May 2017.



Main cast:

Roy Basnett, Jessica Cunningham, Stephen Greenhalgh (Zombie Diaries 2), James Thompson, Tim Paley, Jeff Downs, Rachel Dargie, Simon Entwistle, Holly Chadwick.


Jenny (Jessica Cunningham), an ambitious, feisty but very successful advertising executive has her drink spiked at a fancy dress party, leading to a brutal sexual assault in the pub toilets by a mysterious figure dressed as a clown.

Slowly, she rebuilds her life, and returns to work after a six month absence. She soon becomes bogged down with work and when her bullying boss gives her a huge, last minute advertising account with a Saudi-backed circus company, the pressure begins to mount.


Forced to work alone throughout the night in the huge office block, it soon becomes apparent she is not alone. Stalking the empty corridors is a familiar, unwanted figure, and Jenny soon discovers she is locked in with Charlie Boy the psychotic clown, driven by a blood lust and an obsession with torment and murder…





Filming locations:

Accrington and Burnley, Lancashire, England
Bolton, Greater Manchester, England

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3 replies

  1. Lol, not really my cup of tea, how’d you find it?


  2. Killer klowns are a twist in horror movies….and that’s even before they start slashing away at their victims. It’s something with clowns that makes you distrust them.


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