‘IT,’ the new movie based on the book by Stephen King is slashing box office records. Today we’re joined by Brian Sweeney who says ‘IT’ perpetuates the harmful stereotype that clowns in storm drains are child-eating monsters and that he grew up with a lot of kids who talked to clowns in storm drains, and only three of them were ever eaten.
Take it, Lego Georgie… Your nightmares about Pennywise the Dancing Clown probably haven't subsided yet since watching IT. But just in case they have, some disturbed individual recreated the opening scene of the Stephen King remake frame by frame — with Legos! Video: Warner Bros. Recreates Friends Opening With Funko Dolls! While Bill Skarsgård's feral voice isn't quite as [...]
Trump thinks hitting a woman with a golf ball and knocking her down is funny. Myself, I think it indicates a severely fucked-up mind. — Stephen King (@StephenKing) September 17, 2017 Maybe this is a takes-one-to-know-one situation, but...Show More Summary
Hey, here's a neat story that was published today at CNBC! "Hillary Clinton's Book Is No. 1 on Amazon, Outselling Tom Brady and Stephen King." For real! Here's a screenshot and everything! Gee, it's almost like that insistent and ubiquitous...Show More Summary
From IT to The Shining, there are plenty of cinematic masterpieces that defy the notion that all Stephen King movie adaptations are bad movies.
We here at AITH are going to start making it a point from here on out to cut back on the articles related to STEPHEN KING'S IT here for a while. Just seems like we need to move onto other areas of interest. That said, we do still plan to cover important stories that pop up and any news about IT: CHAPTER 2. Show More Summary
The blockbuster hit of the movie adaptation for author Stephen King’s It book has caught the attention of viewers nationwide. The It movie debut broke records as it pulled in $123 million over the weekend of its domestic opening, according to Fortune. That means it had the biggest horror movie opening weekend ever. So, whether you’re a […]
Stranger Things season 2 is still largely a mystery, which is fitting for a show about supernatural happenings inspired by the works of Stephen King
Stephen King adaptations may have been hit-or-miss fare this year, with The Dark Tower failing miserably both with critics and fans, but there’s no denying the gargantuan success of IT. Not only did the latter film succeed as a horror film, but it also managed to capture its true essence as a coming of age […]
Javier Botet as Zelda. Just imagine it. Are you scared yet? Last month, well before the release of his IT, director Andy Muschietti expressed a desire to someday adapt Stephen King’s Pet Sematary for the big screen. “We’re huge fans of Pet Sematary,” he told Toronto Sun, referring to he and sister/producing partner Barbara. “If we can […]
The latest Stephen King adaptation’s success has more to do with the friendship it celebrates than the scares it delivers. An R-rated film about a demonic shape-shifter that satisfies its appetite for children by taking on the guise...Show More Summary
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains massive spoilers about Stephen King's novel, IT. If you have not read the book, and don't wish to know details of the story before reading for yourself or seeing the forthcoming IT: Chapter 2, you may want to check out another one of our wonderful...
I’ll bet you were scared by the It movie
Everyone expected It to be a hit, but no one guessed just how big a hit It would be. The adaptation of the Stephen King novel had the largest opening ever for a horror movie ever and continued its momentum into this past weekend, crossing $US200 million ($251 million). Show More Summary
Stephen King’s 1986 novel has a gay sex scene that's been cut from the hit film because producers think today’s audiences couldn’t take it.
One scene in the new IT adaptation actually managed to frighten the King of Horror Stephen King.
If you've been living under a rock, scary clowns are 2017's nightmare of choice. You can thank the reboot of Stephen King's It or a new season of American Horror Story, but if you're uneasy about allegedly friendly child entertainers turning into demonic murderers, you might want to stay away from... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Gotham David Mazouz Camren Bicondova
If you're still reveling in the Stephen King-brand brilliance of the It remake, you're not alone. In the short time since the film's Sept. 8 release, it's already become one of the most successful horror movies ever. People are already...Show More Summary
While much of what was on display in IT was of course taken direct from Stephen King’s novel, other elements weren’t found in the book or the 1990 mini-series. Perhaps most notably in the deviations department, the titular monster at one point takes the form of a woman with a distorted face who literally emerges from […]
Stranger Things borrows heavily from three titans of ’80s film and literature: Steven Spielberg, slasher and horror flicks, and Stephen King. ScreenPrism starts its list of the Netflix series’ references and homages with ones related to Spielberg.