Genre:  Horror, Thriller
Running Time:  135 min.
Release Date: September 8, 2017
DVD: January 9, 2018
Blu-ray: January 9, 2018
Digital: December 19, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.24
based on 1456 votes and 323 reviews
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Cast: Jaeden Martell, Bill Skarsgård, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Sophia Lillis, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Nicholas Hamilton


Every 27 years, an ancient shape-shifting predator (Bill Skarsgård) emerges from the sewers to feed on innocent children by preying on their deepest fears in the town of Derry, Maine.

A group of seven children, who are considered misfits, form a group called the "Losers Club." They soon realize that they've all had encounters with a demonic entity that appears in various forms, but primarily in the shape of a clown named Pennywise.

Not knowing what to call the entity, they refer to it as "It" and believe It is responsible for the recent murders of a number of children in their town.

Based on the novel by Stephen King.

Director: Andy Muschietti
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Producer(s): Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Barbara Muschietti, Seth Grahame-Smith, David Katzenberg
Screenplay: Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga, Gary Dauberman
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  • 1 star "If anything, this is even worse than the cheesy tv movie from 1990, and I didn't think that was possible. Trash!"
  • 2 stars "Lacked the magic of the original film. The casting of the kids in the original was, of course, almost impossible to top but the fear elements were lacking in the new version. Consider what they tried for scares here versus the original when Pennywise comes climbing out of a drain pipe when a kid is taking a shower - I mean for years after seeing that I never saw a drain shower in the bathroom the same."
  • 1 star "Lame horror tale about an evil supernatural clown who likes to photo-bomb historical photos when he's not killing children. Not scary and too bombastic, this film wisely drops some of the more ridiculous elements from King's wildly overpraised novel, but it's still a mess. This truly belongs in the sewer."