Might be a laughing matter at some point but also sad after several years am now embarrassed that i pee on myself watching a stupid clown performing some scary stunts.I might not be the only kid that fluttered watching the Stephen king's IT..
The story revolves around an inter-dimensional predatory life-form, which has the ability to transform itself into its prey's worst fears, allowing it to exploit the phobias of its victims.No matter how scary IT could get i never left the coach,IT was some interesting film where a group of well mannered and witty kids united to stop an evil clown who murdered kids.
The series spans back and forth and we get to see the outcast kids grow up in part 2 with full vengeance towards the funny yet creepy clown.
The first Stephen King's IT was so interesting an creepy compared to the second part that was aired in 1990..what more could get me pee on myself? seeing a young innocent six-year old Georgie Denbrough is lured to a storm drain when his paper boat drops down into it.
When attempting to retrieve it, he encounters a seemingly friendly man dressed in a clown suit named Bob Gray, who calls himself "Pennywise the Dancing Clown." Pennywise tempts Georgie closer with promises of candy and balloons, exclaiming that they all float down into the sewer.
After IT got sprayed with battery acid in the eyes and hit with a slingshot and disappeared this brought much peace to me ,i could then go to the bathroom myself and sleep while the lights were off..
The outcast kids growing up never convinced us the film got better,part 2 was not that scary film we were all used of.
Before i forget that clown was ultimately insane and scary...if you have watched the Stephen king's IT am sure you also have fluttered over this legit horror film ....
I grade the film B+
IT is the story of a group of well-mannered and geeky kids that become friends while banding together to stop an evil clown that murders kids and has a Brooklyn accent (Excellently played by Tim Curry). - See more at: http://welivefilm.com/stephen-kings-review-mike-holtz/#sthash.9PELEZUh.dpuf