Stephen King’s IT offered up some truly terrifying moments, both in its 1990 TV miniseries run and its 2017 movie incarnation. While Pennywise the clown is super creepy, you might not want to have his head sitting on your desk every day.
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My first brush with Stephen King’s IT came at a young age when I was home one-day in the summer, and found it in my dad’s bookshelf. It scared the crap out of me within a couple of chapters, and I never finished reading it.
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The recent IT movie was very creepy if not outright scary. If you don’t like clowns, you probably will want to look away. After all, Pennywise the clown is simply horrifying. But if you like your circus folk with cracked foreheads and bloody faces, keep on reading.
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I don’t expect to see the new Stephen King IT movie any time soon, because I don’t go watch scary movies at the theater. It’s not that I am afraid of the movie, I’m just afraid my wife will scream and dump an entire ocean of soda on the person next to us like she did when we saw House on Haunted Hill back in the ’90s.
I did watch the IT miniseries back in the day and it was scary.