Stephen King's It (1990) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Is there anything scarier than clowns? Of course not. And who knows scary better than Stephen King? You see where we’re going. It puts a malevolent clown (given demented life by a powdered, red-nosed Tim Curry) front and center, as King’s fat novel gets the TV-movie treatment. Even at three hours plus, the action is condensed, but an engaging Stand by Me vibe prevails for much of the running time. The seven main characters, as adolescents, conquered a force of pure evil in their Maine hometown. Now, the cackling Pennywise is back, and they must come home to fight him—or, should we say, It—again. Admitting the TV-movie trappings and sometimes hysterical performances, this is a genuinely gripping thriller. As so often with King, the basic idea (the bond formed during a childhood trauma) is clean and powerful, a lifeline anchored in reality that leads us to the supernatural.
Synopsis:In 1960, seven outcast kids known as "The Loser Club" fight an evil demon who poses as a child-killing clown. 30 years later, they are called back to fight the same clown again.
About Stephen King's It (1990)
Starring: Chelan Simmons, Seth Green, Tim Curry, Emily Perkins, Richard Masur, Annette O'Toole, Richard Thomas, Dennis Christopher, Jonathan Brandis, Brandon Crane, Adam Faraizl, Marlon Taylor, Ben Heller, Harry Anderson, Tim Reid, John Ritter
Runtime: 192 minutes
Director: Tommy Lee Wallace