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Funnyman

Funnyman ★★ 1994 (R)

Cartoon splatter courtesy of a demon dressed in classic British jester regalia. Rock ‘n' roll mogul Young obtains Lee's creepy ancestral home in a card game but when he visits with his family, everyone but Young is killed by the Funnyman, who uses his victims own weaknesses to dispatch them. A second set of likely candidates arrive when Young's brother Devitt shows up with a motley collection of hangers-on, including psychic Black, who's the only one to realize something's seriously off. 89m/C VHS, DVD . GB Tim James, Benny Young, Matthew Devitt, Pauline Black, Ingrid Lacey; Cameos: Christopher Lee; D: Simon Sprackling; W: Simon Sprackling.

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