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Caucasian white man and woman business couple go to the cinema after work. Watching a horror thriller movie has feel fear. They sitting on yellow sofa.

There is a new horror movie in theaters that has people fainting and vomiting. It’s called Terrifier 2; you’re excused if you haven’t heard of the first one. 2016’s Terrifier didn’t make a huge impact; on Rotten Tomatoes, Terrifier has an approval rating of 56% based on 16 reviews.  It fared even worse with audience reviews, earning only a 55% approval rate.  Here is everything you need to know about the movie you’re hearing about all over social media.

  • Who is the killer?

    A character called Art the Clown. He has mime-like qualities and has previously appeared in 2013’s All Hallow’s Eve.

    Art the Clown

    Art the Clown is the main antagonist of the Terrifier franchise. He is a demonic killer clown with mime-like qualities who appears on Halloween nights to wreak havoc and torture others.

  • Who are the victims of Art the Clown and why?

    Apparently, there is no rhyme or reason to Art’s killing. According to wiki Villains Fandom, Art loves “viciously slaughtering nearly anyone he comes across, with his preferred method of killing and torture being mutilation.”

  • Why is it considered so gory?

    The blood and gore of some of the murder sequences have been too much for some to take.

  • Vomit bags have been suggested for those going to see the movie

  • People are passing out in the theater, including this poor soul

  • Apparently this warning is issued before the movie

     

  • This man describes a man who vomited in front of him

  • This person got a tattoo of Art the Clown

  • This person saw five people walk out of the theater

     

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