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Stephen King’s It – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

Stephen King's It Review

Just in time for Halloween I’m taking a look at this year’s highest grossing chiller, It. Does Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of Pennywise belong in the sewers or deserve a hand?

At the close I’ll also share my thoughts on recent outings Mother!, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and American Made.


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  • gd smith said

    It reminded me how much Stranger Things owed to Super 8 and how much they both owed to Stephen King. I still sort of think the 50s to early 60s is a better setting for the story than the late 80s. I think King was trying to show something metaphorically bellow the surface rather than invoke nostalgia. I liked the film quite a bit, but it was a little more Goonies via young adult fiction than it maybe should be.

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    • Sheridan Passell said
      Sheridan Passell

      Very good point about the era metaphor.

      Great video Host. I like how much your friend at the beginning commits to the role.

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