Killer Clown Horror Feature Crepitus to Debut in U.S. Theatres this November 1st
“What’s in Your Basement?”
West Hollywood, CA (Friday, October 18th, 2019) – Crepitus is a horror film from the minds of Eddie and Sarah Renner. Focusing on an immortal clown, the film takes place in a haunted home where a cannibal clown lives in the basement. Crepitus has already had its World Premiere in 2018. At the Spooky Empire Film Festival, this title won “Best Feature.” Now, Indican Pictures will bring this terrifying tale to theatres this November and DVD stores this December. An updated trailer is available here, ahead of the film’s upcoming release.
In the story, a teenage girl and her younger sister escape their trauma filled home. At their grandfather’s place, Elizabeth (Caitlin Williams) and Sam (Chalet Lizette Brannan) learn about their history and the ghosts that haunt their family. But, something even more sinister lurks below – Crepitus! Crepitus always speaks a warning before eating his latest: “your kid is a burden, your kid is a pest, your kid I will kill and consume like the rest!” Now, Elizabeth and Sam will have to stand-up to this murderous clown if they hope to survive the secrets that live in the darkness.
Indican Pictures will debut the film on November 1st in theatres. Crepitus has a great cast including Bill Moseley (3 from Hell) as the clown. Actress Eve Mauro (“Age of the Living Dead”) also stars along with Chalet Lizette Brannan (Cyborg X) and Darren Barcomb (Krampus: The Devil Returns). The film will show in ten theatres this November: Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver and others. Rated Restricted, Crepitus is one clown styled horror film that does not fool around. Horror fans can see it this November!
More on Crepitus at Indican: https://www.indicanpictures.com/new-releases/crepitus
About Indican Pictures: Indican Pictures acquires and distributes feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets by providing a diverse selection of movies across: theatrical, home video, TV, VOD, PPV and streaming platforms.