IT movie review: Horror genre of Stephen King’s evil clown tale

IT movie review: Horror genre of Stephen King’s evil clown tale

IT is an American supernatural horror movie that is based on the Stephen King’s novel 1986 titled as ‘IT’. It is produced by the New Line Cinema under the banner of Lin Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment. The movie based on IT novel that tells of seven children’s. It is a tough nut to crack that is coming from the ages. It is directed by the Andy Muschietti while written by Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga along with Gary Dauberman. It features Jaeden Lieberher and Bill Skarsgård in the lead roles along with supporting role stars Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Nicholas Hamilton, and Jackson Robert Scott.

The plot of the movie revolves around the life of seven children’s who begin to disappear in the town of Derry. This movie “You will float too is Stephen King’s story of seven youngsters who come of age while confronting a shape-shifting demonic presence of in small-town Maine. It is a messy and druggy attempt that distill decades of horror trope the chaotic fever dream. The director Andrés Muschietti pulls off task by being slavishly committed to the source material. It movie has managed as much depth as its monster, the primal horror movie that opens all kind of thematic angels around the children’s that displays more interest in using them as a gateway to catapult from one jump scare to the next.

The maximalist approach and blunt dialogues that portrayed by the director Muschietti are far better to serve. The movie fully ensemble by the scariness and the haunted scenes that make audiences crazy. And throughout the movie creepy and horrible things keep happening to each of the kids that feel like a horror anthology. It has interestingly depicted the non-supernatural violence, bully, and abuse that is much scarier than evil clowns.

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