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Old 08-16-2016, 04:16 PM   #17401 (permalink)
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That's ****ing awful
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Old 08-16-2016, 04:17 PM   #17402 (permalink)
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That's ****ing awful
Agree 100%. It looks super cheesy and goes way over the top.
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Old 08-16-2016, 04:20 PM   #17403 (permalink)
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I'll withhold judgement until seeing the film. But ya, my first impression was too effeminate.
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Old 08-16-2016, 04:23 PM   #17404 (permalink)
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If they can put into a film what I enjoyed about It the novel, then that would be incredible.

The photo is just as cheesy as any other scary clown cliche.
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If they can put into a film what I enjoyed about It the novel, then that would be incredible.

The photo is just as cheesy as any other scary clown cliche.
If the movie is anywhere near as terrifying as the original, I'll be happy. This one just looks super forced. Hopefully it's nothing to do with the final product.
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If the movie is anywhere near as terrifying as the original, I'll be happy.
I don't know man, I'd like it to at least be a little bit scary.
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Yeah you all do remember that the main villain was played by Tim Curry, right? The man is camp personified.
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I don't know man, I'd like it to at least be a little bit scary.
The first one was way too "made for TV-ish". And using John Boy, Venus Flytrap, Judge Harry, Jack Tripper, etc. absolutely ruined the 2nd half. There were some decent moments during the kid half though.
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Well it was a horror movie pretty much made to scare children. Cause those are the only people Stephen King can scare.
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And now IT isn't a scary movie. You guys are hilarious.
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