John Lechago’s Killjoy’s Psycho Circus, Laughs and Action!
John Lechago, Director
John Lechago, Writer
Release Date: December 1st, 2016
Release Format: Streaming
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 1 Hour 26 Minutes
Killjoy, the demon of vengeance, trickster god and killer clown has finally made it to Earth! Along with his gruesome crew Freakshow, Punchy and the sexy/psychotic Batty Boop, Killjoy is free to terrorize mortals in new and excruciating ways.
But two years down the road Killjoy discovers that life on Earth is a drag, filled with inconveniences such as eating, breathing, taxes and immigration issues.
His crew has left for other jobs, and Batty Boop has gone her own way after a bitter lover’s quarrel. Not to mention that Killjoy is now semi-mortal!
Meanwhile, back in hell, Beelzebub is on trial for letting Killjoy escape. The only way that Beelzebub can redeem himself is to trap Killjoy’s spirit and bring it back in a box.
For this mission he is granted a monumental spaceship capable of destroying entire cities!
Killjoy has finally settled in, starring in his own web series called PSYCHO CIRCUS, as well as running a movie and merchandise company with the notorious Hambo the Ranch Hand.
Killjoy’s Psycho Circus will release December 1st, 2016, and viewers are in for a treat. Killjoy was always the demon of tricks and laughter. Now, it’s taken a literal sense in John Lechago’s Killjoy’s Psycho Circus.
Killjoy slips up in Killjoy Goes To Hell. Then he managed to blast himself and his crew to America in Psycho Circus. It was his lifelong dream. Killjoy by force is to abandon his old psychotic ways and conform to life on Earth.
Killjoy, Punchy, and Freakshow start their own live television show called Killjoy’s Psycho Circus. To keep the business afloat Killjoy has to get in-sync with financial management. To keep fans happy, he’ll soon learn how life on Earth works.
These items, its the least of his worries. Aside from turning semi-human, Killjoy has to worry about Beelzebub. This is a mortal God from his home planet. Beelzebub threatens to destroy Earth if Killjoy does not return and sacrifice his soul.
Now, Killjoy, Batty Boop, Punchy, and Freakshow prepare to go to war against Beelzebub and his minions.
It’s nice to see another installment in the Killjoy franchise. The performances and the plot are good as expected. Action and Comedy are the central points of this film. The combination makes for an enjoyable experience.
It seems as though focus went toward Action and Comedy. In comparison to previous installments, Killjoy’s Psycho Circus forgot to be somewhat scary .
I only note this because it’s listed in the Horror genre. This seems a little misleading when the film delves more into Action and Comedy than Horror.
A couple of the kill scenes were pretty mediocre with its presentation. Killjoy’s Psycho Circus develops as a dramatic sitcom. You, the viewer will bear witness to this ruthless demon transform into an ordinary man.
Clown movies in the cinema circuit has taken a drastic turn. Lately, the Horror genre has been stemming more sadistic movies, delving into the psychological fear of the viewers. And clowns in Horror can be a very personal terror to a lot of people.
Lechago’s Killjoy’s Psycho Circus has broken that chain of brutality and opted in for a more comedic cinematic experience, or “the light at the end of the tunnel”. This is a breath of fresh air from the current norm, and makes it worth wild.
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