Where to watch Terrifier 2 as TikTok becomes full of kill scene reactions

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Terrifier 2 has its audience supposedly vomiting and passing out at screenings due to the intense level of violence and some particularly gruesome murder scenes.

Now people can’t say they weren’t warned because the film’s producer actually told moviegoers that there were “numerous cases of fainting and vomiting” in theaters.

The film serves as a sequel to Terrifier, in which a woman named Tara Heyes becomes obsessed with Art the Clown, a killer clown with black and white makeup. This time Art is back and his latest victims are a teenage girl and her younger brother.

If the dire warnings haven’t put you off and you want to see the movie everyone’s talking about, then you’ve come to the right place because we’ve got everything you need to know…

What do we know about Terrifier 2?

Terrifier 2 is the sequel to the 2016 horror film Terrifier, directed by Damien Leone. The first film starred Jenna Kanell and David Howard Thornton, both of whom reprized their roles for Terrifier 2.

They will be joined by Lauren LaVera, Griffin Santopietro and Felissa Rose.

We know the film is going to be extremely gory as producer Steve Barton issued a warning before its release. The warning warned viewers that the film “contains scenes of explicit violence and brutal depictions of horror”.

People prone to dizziness, weak hearts or weak stomachs were advised to take “extra caution” before watching the film.

Where to watch Terrifier 2

The film was released in theaters in the States on October 6 and will only be available to watch until it is available to stream via Screambox.

In the UK, the film, which first screened at FrightFest, will be available on DVD and Blu-ray from Monday 24 October.

However, you can pre-order a copy of the film on Amazon right now.

The internet is reacting to Terrifier 2’s shocking kill scene

One TikTok creator told followers that one particular kill in the film caused “about five or six people” in the movie theater due to its gruesome nature.

Another person made a video of his experience watching it in the theater and said that about “fifteen people” walked out of the screening he attended, which “makes sense” to him because the film is “too grotesque”.

“The violence in this movie and the killing in this movie is completely over the top and creative,” he said.

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