When: Mon., Feb. 4, 7 p.m. 2013
Coulrophobia, the fear of clowns, is understandable. But does it cover the fear of rapist clowns? The film 100 Tears is the story of sad, lonely clown Gurdy, who seeks revenge on those who have accused him of rape, specifically two tabloid reporters who are trapped in his warehouse. This 2007 NC-17-rated film of the "splatter" genre screens at 7 p.m. at Czar (1531 Grand), its February selection of Slaughter Movie House. "It's a clown serial-killer movie that is both hilariously bloody and horribly great," says horror hostess Jill Sixx. Admission to the flick is free, but you must be 18. Clown accoutrements are provided.