A murderous clown stalks a group of teenagers who are refurbishing an old opera house.
Genre – Genre Classics
Executive Producer – Walter Josten
Director(s) – Jean Pellerin
Writer(s) – Kenneth J. Hall
Cast – Christopher Plummer, Margot Kidder, Tatyana Ali, Sarah Lassez and James Duval
Blue Rider’s Role – Executive producers
Release Date – 1998
Synopsis – The teenage daughter of a murdered diva struggles to discover the truth about her mother’s assailant in this chilling thriller. Encouraged by her best friend, Monica (Tatyana Ali), Kate (Sarah Lassez) joins the high school drama class at a deserted theater where she meets the mysterious theater owner Harlan Caruthers (Christopher Plummer), who insists the opera house is haunted by the victim’s ghost.
Though Kate finds consolation from her drama teacher Ms. Gibby (Margot Kidder), her visions over the dreaded event intensify after witnessing the odd behavior of fellow student George (James Duval), a brooding make-up artist who revels in the theater’s horrific past.
Kate’s sense of dread escalates to a point where her visions of a homicidal Clown not only torment her, but the other students who are soon trapped in the haunted theater with her. The elusive and psychotic figure murders the students, one by one, until finally, when the clock strikes midnight, Kate is left alone to face the Clown and her fate.
Internet Movie Database entry for The Clown at Midnight