Clowns in the Woods premieres on streaming this week! Here’s your chance to see vengeful clowns from beyond the grave in the comfort of your own home! See the links for Youtube, Google Play, and Amazon Prime Video below.
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See an interview with writer/director Adrian Esposito, speaking about the upcoming release of CLOWNS IN THE WOODS! Tune in to OFF BEAT CINEMA on April 9 at midnight, when the main feature will be classic The Giant Spider Invasion. Also on the show: Greg Lamberson of the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival.
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We at Espocinema are excited to announce that Indie Rights will be distributing Clowns In The Woods to streaming platforms in the upcoming months. These streamers may include Itunes, Amazon Prime (purchase and rental), Youtube puchase and rental, Tubi TV, and others.
There has been a lot of demand to see Clowns In The Woods, and we’re looking forward to unleashing it upon the world! For our fans, keep in mind that it takes months to put together what are called “deliverables.” That means preparing captions, multiple poster and promotional images, DVD and Blu-Ray covers, authoring DVD and Blu-Ray files, optimized video of the feature and trailer for UHD and HD, and many metadata documents.
Once we deliver files to Indie Rights, it will be in their hands to get the film out to streaming and home video. We’ve had a great relationship in the past, with films like Diffability Hollywood, Greetings from Tromaville, and Bury My Heart with Tonawanda. We’re looking forward to working with them again.
Written and directed by Adrian Esposito (GREETINGS FROM TROMAVILLE, DIFFABILITY HOLLYWOOD) and Curt Markham (SABERFROG, THE SEARCH FOR SILVERSPEAR) the film is a significant example of outsider cinema, with some featured parts played by actors with disabilities. Esposito himself has autism, and is an advocate for people with disabilities to have roles as actors and behind the camera.
CLOWNS IN THE WOODS tells the story of Marcus (Dalton Letta), a young man with a disability, who is bullied and killed after a prank goes wrong. In the afterlife, he meets a group of ghostly clowns who help him exact revenge on those who have wronged him. One of Marcus’ few friends in life was his neighbor Amy (Roselyn Kasmire), a lesbian college student with a big heart. As the deaths pile up, Amy is determined to learn the deadly secret behind the recent wave of murders, not realizing that she may be putting herself and her loved ones in danger.
The film also stars Biz LaChance, Nolan Tierce, John Renna (SLIME CITY MASSACRE, JOHNNY GRUESOME), and Arlowe Price (RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH VOL. 1 & 2, POST APOCALYPTIC COMMANDO SHARK). CLOWNS IN THE WOODS is produced by Kristina Nomeika (BURY MY HEART WITH TONAWANDA) of Espocinema, LLC.
Directors Adrian Esposito and Curt Markham have been fans of horror films since a young age, especially independent regional horror films. They wanted to create a horror movie inspired by the 2016 clown sightings, and to include people with disabilities in both the story and the production. CLOWNS IN THE WOODS is an independent horror movie with creepy villains, twisted kills, and a spooky small-town atmosphere. In the tradition of CANDYMAN and NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, the film is about sins of the past, as a younger generation must grapple with the consequences of past injustice.
With CLOWNS IN THE WOODS, the filmmakers have strived to make an entertaining story that touches on themes of inclusivity, embodied both in front of and behind the camera. “There is a common prejudice against low-budget horror movies,” says Adrian Esposito. “We want to show that there is value in horror genre storytelling, by diving into the worlds of make-believe and dark fantasy, and by showing villainous characters get their just desserts.”
CLOWNS IN THE WOODS will be screening at festivals in the next several months. Espocinema is currently fielding distribution offers, and the film is expected to make a streaming debut in early 2022.
Espocinema, LLC produces documentary and narrative features with a social message. The films focus on subjects that have faced significant challenges in life. Filmmaker Adrian Esposito has earned international recognition, including the NYSARC Self Advocate of the Year Award, the ARC National Executives NCE Lifetime Achievement Award in filmmaking, and the L. A. Red Nation Film Festival Courage Award. Past projects include Diffability Hollywood, Greetings from Tromaville, We Can Shine: From Institutions to Independence, Liberation Unit, Bury My Heart With Tonawanda, and Inner Healing: Journey with Native Trees of Knowledge.