All 5 Terrifier (Art the Clown) Movies in Order

All 4 Terrifier Art the Clown Movies in Order

If you’re petrified by clowns, but still love a good scare, you’re in for a treat; based on a common phobia, Terrifier is an American slasher film that portrays a character named Art the Clown. The film received three Fangoria Chainsaw Award nominations and was well-rated by film critics. But what makes the movie so great? If this is the first time you hear about Damien Leone’s films, fret not; the article below will cover all the aspects. Keep on reading to find out all the juicy details about one of the most terrifying slasher horror movies of all time! Beware, though – this article is not for the faint of heart.

Editors Note: This watch order is regularly updated since the ‘Terrifier’ franchise is still ongoing.

All Terrifier movies

So far, there are five Terrifier movies, including a 20-minute short namesake film from 2011. It is important to note that the short story is often disregarded, though it will be mentioned throughout the article. There are four movies in total directly connected to the franchise, with ‘All Hallows Eve’ (2013) and ‘All Hallows Eve 2’ (2015), which technically could serve as prequels.

It is worth mentioning that Art the Clown is also featured in another one of Leone’s short movies called ‘The 9th Circle’.

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Terrifier movies in order

Here are the Terrifier movies in order of release, including the earlier anthology films:

  1. Terrifier (2011)
  2. All Hallows Eve (2013)
  3. All Hallows Eve 2 (2015)
  4. Terrifier (2016)
  5. Terrifier 2 (2022)

Now that we’ve listed the movies let’s see what makes them so interesting and what is the best way to watch them.

What is the best way to watch ‘Terrifier’ movies?

The best way to watch ‘Terrifier’ movies is in order of their release. Here’s why:

Although not strictly necessary to fully understand the story, watching the first two anthology movies (‘All Hallows’ Eve’ and ‘All Hallows’ Eve 2′) is widely recommended simply because it helps you gain insight into what the main character, Art the Clown, really is like. By watching the movies in the order of their release, you can get a better feel of who the terrifying clown really is and what his style is like. Still, it is ultimately up to you; by starting with ‘Terrifier,’ the other movies can be watched as prequels.

Terrifier movies in order by release date:

1. ‘Terrifier’ (2011)

Terrifier 2011

IMDb rating: 6.9/10

A young woman becomes the next target of a maniacal entity after witnessing a brutal event on Halloween night.

2. ‘All Hallows’ Eve’ (2013)

All Hallows Eve 2013

IMDb rating: 5.1/10

A babysitter finds a VHS that features multiple sinister incidents – all performed by a Art the Clown.

3. ‘All Hallows’ Eve 2′ (2015)


IMDb rating: 4.8/10

Alone on Halloween, a woman finds a VHS tape on her doorstep that depicts a series of gruesome events that appear to be all too real.

4. ‘Terrifier’ (2016)

Terrifier 2016

IMDb rating: 5.6/10

Tara Heyes finds herself as the obsession of Art the Clown.

5. ‘Terrifier 2’ (2022)

Terrifier 2 2022

IMDb rating: 7.1/10

After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to the town of Miles County, where he targets his next victims on Halloween night.

How are Terrifier movies connected?

Aside from having the same protagonist clown, the movies are not entirely connected. Story-wise, there is no need to watch ‘All Hallows’ Eve’ to understand the plot of ‘Terrifier’ movies. But, the newest addition to the series serves as a sequel to ‘Terrifier’ from 2016.

Will there be more Terrifier movies?

The third installment of the Terrifier franchise has been confirmed following a successful 2022 release. The film is expected to release in 2024, and it will have a theatrical release before it ultimately arrives on the streaming platforms.

Where to watch the Terrifier movies?

Unfortunately, the first ‘Terrifier’ is not on Netflix anymore. You can watch it for free on platforms like Vudu, and Roku Channel. The movies can also be found on other streaming services such as Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, or Apple TV.