I was able to attend the premiere in Baltimore a few weeks ago. It was fun to meet some of the cast and see them milling around in the lobby after seeing them up on the big screen. What was especially cool was having a chance to talk to Frank Lama for a few minutes after the show. He was really gracious and modest about his performance in the film and even let us snap a few photos with him before jumping into a limo to attend an after party. I hope lots of people see Fear of Clowns 2 for Lama's performance, which I thought was incredible. I could definitely see him on TV or in bigger budget movies, which is not always the case with actors in low budget feature films. He played Peters with humor and intelligence -- awkwardly bumbling when he tried to make a human connection with the clown artist Lynn but cool and tough when he tangled with the clowns. Peters was a very believable and likable character, which is saying something in a movie with three killer clowns! I hope to see Lama in other films that showcase his obvious abilities.