Vulgar doesn't begin to describe it: Try one of the foulest, least amusing films ever made under the rubric of black comedy. At least, it seems
to be meant as a black comedy; it's hard to tell, since this sordid tale of degradation and misery isn't the slightest bit funny. Written by Bryan Johnson, who also co-stars, it purports to tell the backstory of Kevin Smith's View Askew Productions mascot, a fat clown in hooker gear. Smith appears as a Mephistophelean agent, and several of his repertory of associates worked on the film in some capacity. What were they thinking? Will Carlson (Brian O'Halloran) is having a rough time of things. His gigs as a children's p...