Posted: September 22, 2017 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Andy Muschietti, Bill Skarsgard, Cary Fukunaga, Chase Palmer, Gary Dauberman, It, Sophia Lillis | Leave a comment »
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It, the new film adaptation of Steven King’s horror novel which exploits childhood fears of clowns, opened in September setting records with many critics saying it may actually prove the salvation of a lackluster, to say the least, summer box office.
It reached 85% on Rotten Tomatoes and based on anecdotal evidence of my Facebook page, most everyone I know swears by it, heralding it as the emperor in a new golden age of horror movies.
But for me, it’s the emperor’s new clothes and one of the worst films of the year. Read the rest of this entry »