you need to flip the disc over to watch the second half
the movie itself seemed more like a made for TV movie, it actually felt more like I was watching an old episode of the X-Files, lower grade production than you'd expect for a box office movie.
Checked out one copy and side 2 will not play, be sure both sides work before checking this movie out!
This movie HAS ONE DISC BUT TWO SIDES! Flip it over to watch the second half. Doesn't say it on the case.
One of many Stephen King movies I enjoyed. This is a classic. This movie (book too) is not for those who don't like clowns.
my brother is scared of clowns so that is why i watch this movie
i know i should have my stephen king fan club membership revoked for this, but i really hated this. So much work up so much build up, then the end, when it really matters... blah, boring ending. It felt like such a let down...
i love stephen king the only book i had problems with was IT has always been one of my favorite books as well as movies right along with The Stand or Tommyknockers
This Movie is the reason why i'm afraid of clowns. even though when its on TV i watch it.
“IT” is a classic Stephen King tale, involving psychological horror, friendship, and a maniacal clown thrown in for good measure. The storey follows the unfortunate happenings of a group of friends known affectionately as ‘The Losers Club’. The film begins with the death of one of the club’s members younger brothers at the hands of a murderous clown by the name of Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Pennywise haunts the friends throughout their lives, causing mayhem and fear. Once grown up, the friends move away from their childhood small town, but eventually return in order to vanquish Pennywise once and for all.
Stephen King has not failed to impress with “IT”. The famed horror author has brought yet another terrifying story to the table, and director Tommy Lee Wallace did has done a wonderful job of bringing it to life. The bond that the Loser’s Club shares is heart-warming, and Pennywise is horribly despicable. You can’t help but love the friends and hate the clown! The setting of the movie does a great job of setting the mood, and the plot is never dull. Of course, as with all Stephen King stories, watchers/readers should be wary of the psychological horror that comes hand in hand with “IT”. There are no real ‘jump scares’, but rather drawn-out moments where you know that Pennywise will show up, but you don’t know how, and you don’t know what he will do when he does pop up. Opposed to the predictable actions of other horror movies villains, Pennywise is spontaneous, and just downright terrifying.
The author of this review recommends “IT” for those who are fifteen and over, and looking for a good scare. However, a fair warning to all who watch: if you weren’t afraid of clowns before, you will be after watching “IT”! Be prepared too to be hiding under your covers at night, hoping that Pennywise isn’t hiding under your bed. There are some ‘trigger warnings’ revolving around gore within the movie. All in all though, the author of this review highly recommends this movie to those who enjoy good psychological horror films.
only has disk 1, so first half of the whole show. be warned....before investing 2hrs of your time! lol.
"IM PENNYWISE THE CLOWN!"
There are no ages for this title yet.
There are no summaries for this title yet.
There are no notices for this title yet.