Stephen King’s ‘It’ Trailer Reaction

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What. The. Hell. Did. I. Just. Watch.

When I first saw images from the upcoming film “It” on Twitter, I was immediately intrigued. I have never seen the original “It”(mainly because every time I think of Tim Curry, I think of comedic characters and I feel like  seeing him as a murderous clown would take me out of my element, the same way Emma Watson’s acting in “Beauty and the Beast” did*), but I have always wanted to see the movie.

Since this was my first time watching anything related to this movie, I was not sure what to expect, but what I was NOT expecting was to be emotionally scarred for life.

At first, I thought that it would just be another jump scare-filled trailer with the appropriate cuts made the second the clown was about to get to the children. What I got was almost two minutes of anxiety inducing terror.

(Here’s the trailer, if you wanna check it out)

 

*Author’s Note: Admit it, Emma Watson as Belle was not anyone’s first choice. In the immortal words of RHOA’s Kenya Moore, don’t come for me unless I send for you. 

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2 thoughts on “Stephen King’s ‘It’ Trailer Reaction”

  1. Girl, you NEED to see the original. Of all the horror film’s that scared me as a child my list starts with IT. The trailer gave me the same edge of my seat scared feeling I felt watching the original as a kid. I’m honestly excited and anxious to see what this new adaptation has to bring.

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  2. I have never seen the original either and I do not plan to. Old scary movies are almost more horrifying than new ones! Hint hint… The Shining! That movie prayed on my mind so much and I will never forget RED RUM! I do not think I will be seeing this one either since clowns are already pretty freaky.

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