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Synopsis

A silent black and white surveillance video is uploaded to YouTube, a child sleeping amongst stuffed animals and blankets. A few seconds later, a drawer under the bed starts to slide open, and a disheveled old man done up as a clown soon to be known as Wrinkles - emerges, before the footage cuts to static. Over the next year, additional bizarre videos appear online, showing the clown pushing a cart in a parking lot, waving alongside a busy highway, holding balloons in front of a suburban home. The mysterious clips, which immediately go viral, launch Wrinkles to internet infamy. Cryptic stickers with his clown mask and a phone number appear on telephone poles and in bathrooms all over Southwest Florida promising to scare your misbehaving kid straight, a staggering 312,000 voicemails are left and Wrinkles receives over 1,000 calls on some days.

Cast

  • Christopher Barcia
  • Trevor J. Blank
  • Andrew Caldwell
  • George Holden
  • D.B. Lambert
  • Ken Miller
  • Benjamin Radford
  • Rena Sellars
  • Sean Whitaker
  • Jarrett Wideman

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Metacritic

60
Oct 4, 2019

While it hardly sells Wrinkles as a culture-shaking phenomenon, this modest documentary will play best to those who enjoy being creeped out by him enough to suspend their disbelief.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
40
Oct 3, 2019

We keep getting glimpses of a compelling subject, but it’s hard to know what Nichols is really going for, since he tosses so many disparate elements together without tying them into a meaningful thread.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
TheWrap
50
Sep 26, 2019

Wrinkles the Clown is a documentary that frequently entertains, but lacks true insight into the viral phenomenon.

Metacritic review by Chris Tilly
Chris Tilly
IGN