Trick or Treat Studios Introduces 'Killer Clowns From Outer Space' Action Figures

These figures are part of the "Scream Greats" series.

Pie clowns... killer clowns, that's it. Trick or Treat Studios, a place that makes horror "for fans, by fans," has launched its new "Scream Greats" action figure line, featuring the cult classic killer clown from outer space as the first figure.

Three main clowns: Fat, Short, and Skinny, will be released as the flagship debut of the "Scream Fest" series. Each figure looks so well-crafted and detailed, it's as if they've all been picked straight out of a movie, ready to be displayed on people's shelves. The fat ones and the thin ones are eight inches tall, while the short ones are short and six inches tall (which fits perfectly). Sadly, the circus tent spaceship and cotton candy cocoon aren't included, but these Klowns more than make up for it.

Fans of Killer Klowns from Outer Space can add the presence of these figurines to the extra good news as they will be able to dive right into the Klown Invasion and play the Killer Klowns video game slated for release sometime this year. Now, all fans need is a Killer Klowns sequel - or a sequel! the last we heard was A Bloody Disgusting exclusive from 2018, when SyFy was negotiating a rights license. There's no more new word on a potential sequel, but until then, fans will own the action figures and video games in the same way they'll always own the movies.

Killer Clowns From Outer Space is considered by many to be a sci-fi horror movie delight. Released in 1988, it is the only movie directed by the Cheetos brothers, and the special effects and makeup are also done by the Cheetos brothers themselves. Evil aliens who look like clowns set up their spaceship outside of an earth town so they can invade it, kill all humans, and turn them into cotton candy for a sweet and sugary treat. food. Movie stars Grant Kramer, Suzanne Snyder, John Allen Nelson, John Vernon, Michael Siegel, Peter Licassi, Royal Dano, Charles Chiodo , Christopher Titus and Claire Bartel.

The figures are available to pre-order now for $34.99 each, and are expected to ship this August. While you wait for the Killer Klowns figure to be restored, you can watch the movie for free on YouTube and Tubi. Check out the clown below:

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