It trailer: Don’t miss this ghostly clown horror film

The scene cuts to George (as a ghost) informing Bill that if he comes with him, he’ll “float too”. It is considered by a lot of Stephen King fans as his scariest novel, and that is saying something if you know this scribe. To understand the premise of It, think Stranger Things with slightly older children. Calling themselves the Loser’s Club, the group led by Bill Denbrough have to face bullies in school, and those bullies can be nasty. But take it from somebody who has read it – translating the horror factor of the novel faithfully to the screen is nigh impossible. It is directed by Andrés Muschietti, somebody who has experience with horror cinema (Mama was directed by him). Bill Skarsgård essays the titular role. 2017-07-28T12:54:25+00:00″>
Published:July 28, 2017 12:54 pm

It is directed by Andres Muschietti and is slated to release worldwide on September 8. But one can try. The trailer begins with the scene that has left an indelible mark on the minds of those who have read the novel and is also one of the scariest scenes in the miniseries. It, also called It: Part 1 – The Losers’ Club, is the first part of the planned duology, and if the first trailer is something to go by, it is going to be downright scary. But they are literally nothing as compared to It, a being who appears in the form of clown called Pennywise, but is not really a clown. It has been adapted before as a television miniseries in the 1990s and was received well. He arrived on earth in the form of an asteroid when earth was young and preys on little children in the fictional town of Derry in the state of Maine, US. He instead sees a clown inviting him to come down. Top News
Jobs, facts and fictionTaslima Nasreen sent back from Aurangabad airport after protestsAkshay Kumar on poor success rate of Bollywood films: In South, they don’t spend more than Rs 2 crore on publicityThe clown in Western imagination is both an object of laughter and fear. The makeup with funny paint and red nose is hilarious and if you look closely… a wee bit scary. A kid George, younger brother of Bill Denbrough, is peering down a drain to look for his paper boat. If you are a fan of horror genre, make sure you don’t miss this film. He is a being which was there before the creation of the universe itself and belongs to a different reality. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd It releases on September 8 worldwide.