Looking for a raunchy, smart, and altogether uproarious comedy to watch this weekend? Well, if the consensus on Rotten Tomatoes can be trusted, it’s certainly not The Watch. No worries, though, because we’ve got you covered. Opening in limited release today is Klown, a rude and crude little gem from Denmark, being released through Drafthouse Films and starring the hilarious one-two combo of Danish funnymen Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen.
For our complete analysis of the film, check out the full review that went live earlier today. But here’s the skinny: Hvam plays a fail-prone guy who brings his frustrated girlfriend’s 12-year-old nephew on a canoe trip, designed by his buddy (Christensen) to be an all-out sex-fest, to prove that he has what it takes to be a father. Needless to say, he’s mostly wrong.
Unless you live in New York City, Los Angeles, or Austin, Texas, though, it’s going to be difficult to catch Klown in a theater this weekend. That’s where we come in—through Distrify and the good folks from Drafthouse Films, Complex is happy to stream Klown right here, for your viewing pleasure, and it only costs $6.99 per rental. Trust us, you’ll thank us later after laughing your asses off.
Plus, as an added bonus, the Drafthouse team has also hooked Complex up with the premiere of their new “Don’t Talk!” PSA, the latest pre-movie spot to screen at the Alama Drafthouse in Austin. This one stars Klown’s Hvam and Christensen, and, unsurprisingly, it’s quite inappropriate. Check it out below.