Clowns are constantly being shown to us in movies, sometimes as major characters (such as Pennywise in IT) but more often as smaller roles and even just flashes of subliminal imagery. This series, “Clowns in Film & Movies,” shows examples of this horrifying reality.
Today it’s Insidious (2012). When the father in this movie travels beyond his own world to save his son, he ends up in some kind of red lair run by the Devil-Faced Creature. And while the song “Tiptoe Through the Tulips Plays,” there are images of many small things and knickknacks on the shelves, including … a clown doll. Creepy.