NEW “IT” TRAILER UNLEASHED! Horror Fans Rejoice!

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote about how the new film trailer for the remake of Stephen King’s “IT” had made the audience scream at SXSW and so we had to do a follow-up report featuring the trailer itself, so that you can also scream in the comfort of your own home. Let’s have a look, shall we? Please enjoy! Warning! They’re not clowning around with this trailer, at all!

 

The Warner Bros Picture and New Line Cinema production, doesn’t disappoint if this trailer is anything to go by, a truly chilling reveal of the terror experienced by the children of Derry, Maine, commencing with Georgie being lost in the storm drain to none other than “IT” himself.

Here’s finally a remake that looks like it might definitely supersede it’s predecessor which was a TV mini series released in 1990; naturally usually spin-off’s and remakes miss the mark, but in our valid opinion, this new feature film should really scare the socks of children and adults, alike. No discrimination to be seen here!

The film is set for Cinema release on September 8th in 2017, and the screenplay is written by Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga and Gary Dauberman, with Andres Muschietti directing the film. This “IT” movie will be something that everyone will flock to the theatres to see and this usually isn’t the case with remakes.

Tim Curry as the original “IT”, just chilling in the shower room here! Credit: CinemaBlend

All we can say is that we’re pretty excited and we will still wait to hear the voice and performance of “IT” himself, played by Bill Skarsgard, as opposed to Tim Curry the original “IT” and it’s clear that this “IT” is a younger version of the killer clown that lives down in the sewer system of Derry, Maine.

Do you think you will float, too? There’s only one way to find out, you have to go see “IT”, won’t you?

 

Brainstain, over and out!

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