The 2017 movie "It" just floated onto DVD and Blu-ray last week. It's the top-grossing horror movie of all time. It's popular with fans and critics. But that doesn't mean it's perfect, and it's far from immune to the not-so-gentle ribbing of Screen Junkies' Honest Trailers.
"Journey to the idyllic child murder capital of America and meet a Losers Club full of Goonies and Lost Boys -- kids who'd beat One Directon fans in a screaming contest."
Heh. That's what makes them beautiful?
Whether you loved the Stephen King adaptation or not, you should appreciate the (very funny) critical analysis of this video:Yeah, the casting of Finn Wolfhard definitely doubles down on the "Stranger Things" comparisons. And it is definitely too bad that a few of the Losers got shafted in the character development department. And there are some classic horror cliche moments where you want to scream at the characters not to do something you know they are about to do anyway. But that's part of the fun, no?
The "It" sequel is meant to follow the older Losers, and it's scheduled for release in September 6, 2019. No casting announcements have been made yet, but the young stars did share some A-list suggestions.
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