|release date||May 29 2007|
|director||Brendan Cowles, Shane Kuhn|
|writer||Brendan Cowles, Shane Kuhn|
|starring||Leighton Meester, Nicholas D'Agosto, Van De La Plante, Larry Joe Campbell|
|tagline||Fast Food Kills|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisHigh schooler Mackenzie Carpenter thinks her biggest problem is dying of boredom in the bucolic wasteland of Orange County... until her classmates start dying of massive blood loss, and Horny The Clown, the mascot for local burger favorite HELLA-BURGER, begins madly stalking her with cryptic messages hidden in 70's kitsch toys. It isn't until Mac discovers her unbelievable connection to Horny and his victims that she realizes, if she's going to live to see 18, she must come face-to-face with the killer clown in the bloodiest week Blanca Carne, California, has ever known.
Following a dearth of quality straight-to-DVD horror films in 2007 that left me disconsolate, frequently turning to old VHS tapes of “Tales From the Darkside” as a source of post-midnight entertainment, Lion’s Gate has finally, thankfully, delivered a thick, juicy slice of postmodern horror with Drive-Thru, a slick slasher written and directed by Brendan Cowles and Shane Kuhn. Horny the Clown, the 7-foot tall mascot of local fast-food giant, Hella-Burger, runs crazy-rampant with a wicked-huge machete, churning up a heavy handful of nubile high-schoolers in a test tube baby movie composed of the splooge shot by films such as Nightmare on Elm Street, Venom, and I Know What You Did Last Summer. …Read More