It movie reactions: Stephen King film is scary as s—t
Aug 26, 2017 · Watch video · Director Andy Muschietti had a daunting task: take something as beloved as Stephen King’s It, which already has an iconic feature-length adaptation, and craft a modern cinematic retelling that
Aug 26, 2017 · Director Andy Muschietti had a daunting task: take something as beloved as Stephen King’s It, which already has an iconic feature-length adaptation, and craft a modern cinematic retelling that
Aug 26, 2017 · It movie FIRST REACTIONS: Viewers say Stephen King horror is ‘SCARY as s**t’ IT has been shown to select few audiences at preview screenings ahead of its release early next month.
Author: Shaun Kitchener
Well, thankfully the It movie falls firmly into ’hacking down doors with an axe’ category. Yep, early It movie reactions are in and it sounds like director Andy Muschietti has hit the horrifying sewer water-splashed nail on the head, truly taking the spirit of the books instead of just obsessing over the idea of an evil clown.
Stephen King’s It is horror at its most unconventional. The new film’s trailer is the exact opposite. Is the film leaning into modern horror clichés, or is the trailer just badly edited?
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Sep 04, 2017 · This is an audio commentary ONLY. It is meant to be watched along with the movie so you can raise or lower the volume …
For any fan of the 1990 miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s epic horror novel, that will be the hardest thing to accept in director Andy Muschetti’s new version of It. Despite …
Sep 06, 2017 · In the broad plot details, Andrés Muschietti’s 2017 Stephen King adaptation It is astonishingly close to Rob Reiner’s 1986 Stephen King adaptation Stand By Me. In both movies, a group of pre-adolescent kids run around the outskirts of a small town, bonding during the long summer days and nights. In both movies, one of those …
Based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel, this terrifying clown movie builds its fright from fear itself. In that respect, it’s more aligned with The Goonies , Stand by Me , and Stranger Things than it is with slasher movies or jump scares.