BLACK

CLOWN

RIO GRANDE VALLEY

ABOUT

Black Clown is a horror/thriller film series that deals with dark and terrifying events involving murderous clowns. Black Clown and Black Clown 2 are currently streaming.


Black Clown 3 will be shot in the Rio Grande Valley this spring, spearheaded by producer Alyssa Renee Ochoa, who is bringing the series to her hometown for the first time!


See how your business can get involved in the most terrifying Valley production of 2024!

The Story

2 EPISODES in 1 FILM

Don’t Scream

A small Rio Grande Valley town is the site of a bloodbath, when a mysterious man in a clown mask goes on an all night killing spree. He starts by violently murdering a small business owner in his shop for no reason, and then sets his sights on Izzy and Val, two best friends who rent a house on the edge of town. What the killer does when he arrives will haunt you.

A Stranger’s Thing

Gabby, on the run from a psychopath in a clown mask, bangs on the Romero’s door late one night desperate for help! Leo lets her into their home against his wife Sophia’s wishes. The clown forces his way into the house, terrorizes them, and vows to murder everybody, unless they give him what it is he is really there for, which is not Gabby.

PRODUCER

ALYSSA RENEE OCHOA

Alyssa is a producer who has worked on several projects throughout Texas, with her most recent credits being: “The Massacre on Halloween Night” (2022), “Find Me” (2023), and “Black Clown” (2021 and 2023), now streaming on Amazon Prime, Roku, and Tubi. Alyssa has made it her life's mission to create a film industry in the Rio Grande Valley and is always looking to partner with business owners who are looking for regional and national exposure.


Alyssa is a big advocate for more women in the film industry, especially in behind the scene roles that are usually male dominated. While you may not see Alyssa on-screen, you will always find her name in the credits,


Alyssa was born and raised in Mission, TX, and graduated from Mission High School. After graduating with a degree in Theatre from Texas State University, she returned to Mission, where she currently resides.


Alyssa was recently awarded Woman of Distinction in Arts & Entertainment by the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Chamber.

ACTORS

TALENTED CAST

Nikki Falcon

Yvonne Tovar

Jen Olmeda

Carlos Cravioto

Ashley Salinas

Magali Delarosa

Ashley Cantu

Aaron Barrera

Shannon Lopez

Adrian Dibella

Elias Hernandez

Rolando Martinez

Pedro Mendoza

Karla Gastel

Adrianne Miller

CONTACT FOR DETAILS

ALYSSA.RENEE57@GMAIL.COM

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