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Clowns

Batman vs. Pennywise

Batman vs. Pennywise

The Dark Knight has a long and troubled history with freaks dressed like clowns, so it’s no wonder that he would want to take down IT’s Pennywise the clown when he comes to torment Gotham. Adeel of Steel made it happen with this well-executed mashup trailer.

The True Origin of Killer Clowns

The True Origin of Killer Clowns

So at what point did clowns go from being jolly entertainers to some of the creepiest nightmare fuel ever? Origin of Everything explores what it is about these white-faced, red-nosed characters that keeps us up at night. Turns out they’ve been creepy for centuries.

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Killer Clown Prank 2

Killer Clown Prank 2

DM Pranks’ freakish killer clown is back to torment passersby with more horrific and creepy sights. In all honesty, if someone in a clown suit came running after us with a live chainsaw, we’d shoot first and ask questions later.

Sad Clown with the Golden Voice

Sad Clown with the Golden Voice

Puddles is a 7-foot-tall clown – with the voice of an angel. While we’re a bit perplexed by the concept, there’s no denying his musical talent, as he cranks out an awesome cover of Royals by Lorde – that dare we say it – bests the original.

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