How to Watch Killjoy Goes to Hell 2012 Online in Australia

Released: 2012

Updated: 18th Oct, 2021

4.9 / 10

Rated: Not Rated

Director: John Lechago

Cast: Trent Haaga, Victoria De Mare, Al Burke

Where to watch Killjoy Goes to Hell

What is Killjoy Goes to Hell about?

Killjoy is back in the fourth installment of the demonic clown series. This time Killjoy is being accused of not being evil, since he let one of his victims(Sandie) get away. Killjoy must rely on his only chance of proving how evil he really is... get Sandie into hell as his witness.

Which streaming providers can you watch Killjoy Goes to Hell on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show Killjoy Goes to Hell in Australia. If Killjoy Goes to Hell will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.

Providers

  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

The cast of Killjoy Goes to Hell

Trent Haaga, Victoria De Mare, Al Burke

Killjoy Goes to Hell Trailer



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