Depraved horror movie causes viewers to vomit, faint in the theater


This is literally scaring people sick.

While most horror films keep people up at night, slasher flick “Terrifier 2” is apparently so graphic that viewers are vomiting and passing out in their seats. Social media users shared their appalling viewing experiences ahead of the special release of director Damien Leone’s film Thursday.

The crowd-funded indie horror flick — which will play in over 850 theaters nationwide after initially airing last week — is the “Uncut and Uncompromised” sequel to “Terrifier,” a film about a psychotic killer clown named Art the Clown, Bloody Disgusting reported. In this blood-splattered sequel, the homicidal harlequin gets resurrected by a malevolent entity, whereupon he terrorizes a teenage girl and her brother on Halloween. Think “It” but with buckets more blood and guts.

"Terrifier 2" is apparently so violent that viewers are puking and passing out in their seats.
“Terrifier 2” is apparently so violent that viewers are puking and passing out in their seats.
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"Terrifier 2 is so gory I puked in my popcorn," wrote one aghast horror fan on Twitter.
” ‘Terrifier 2’ is so gory I puked in my popcorn,” wrote one aghast horror fan on Twitter.
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Art The Clown, the sadistic killer antagonist of "T2."
Art the Clown, the sadistic killer clown antagonist of “T2.”
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While this might sound like a garden variety horror movie plot, “Terrifier 2” was lauded for its extreme violence that harks back to the goresploitation flicks of yore. “It’s the kind of horror movie that just doesn’t really exist anymore,” gushed John Squires of Bloody Disgusting.

This blood-soaked slasher sequel might’ve even been too effective. Following its release, viewers flocked to social media to share stories of how “T2” made them faint and even literally lose their lunch.

"Terrifier 2" scared up $1.4 million at the box office in under a week.
“Terrifier 2” scared up $1.4 million at the box office in under a week.
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“My friend passed out and the theater called an ambulance. Highly recommended” exclaimed one satisfied viewer on Twitter along with a pic of the panic-stricken viewer being tended to by paramedics.

“The guy behind me passed out cold n crashed into my chair,” said another. “Another guy left because he didn’t feel good, I overheard him say and walking out theatre door I heard a guy puking hard & loud in the bathroom.”

One aghast horror fanatic wrote, “Terrifier 2 is so gory I puked in my popcorn.”

In this blood-splattered sequel, killer clown Art The Clown is resurrected by a sinister entity, whereupon he terrorizes a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.
In this blood-splattered sequel, killer clown Art the Clown is resurrected by a sinister entity, whereupon he terrorizes a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.
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The killer admires his work of "Art."
The killer admires his work of “Art.”
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Fortunately, it appears “T2’s” puke-inducing prowess may have paid financial dividends as the not-for-the-squeamish slasher scared up $1.4 million at the box office in under a week, Bloody Disgusting reported. In other words, its popularity spread via word-of-threw-up-in-my-mouth.

This isn’t the only new release to traumatize viewers. Earlier this week, social media users implored Netflix to include a trigger warning on the Mila Kunis-starring film, “Luckiest Girl Alive,” due to the flick’s disturbing scenes of sexual violence.