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Things We Saw Today: The Heathers Reboot Has a Trailer & It Has Much, MUCH Damage

Where do we even start with this mess?

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Honest Trailers: It—Welcome to The Losers’ Club

Oh, It. The film that made me jump in a movie theatre for the first time in years.

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Things We Saw Today: Haters Can’t Stop The Love Witch

Apparently, Anna Biller's crew on "The Love Witch" tried to screw her over at every turn. Well, joke's on them, because the movie was amazing. Also, Louis C.K.'s film is to be sold back, another Stephen King movie is being remade, the best athlete ever gets a building named after them, and pretty liars are back in business.

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Sounds Like The Dark Tower TV Series Is Still Happening

In a recent interview with Vulture, Stephen King mentioned that developing Dark Tower TV series, which will reportedly be a "complete reboot" from the movie.

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Castle Rock Trailer Hints at a More Inclusive Version of the “World of Stephen King”

After the awesomeness that was 11/22/63, I've been very excited about Castle Rock, the upcoming collaboration between Hulu, Bad Robot, and horror legend Stephen King. I got even more excited when the news broke that Moonlight's Andre Holland was joining the cast as the series protagonist. Now, this first trailer for the series has me excited for many other reasons. Check it out after the jump!

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In the Trailer for 1922, A Murdered Wife Returns to Haunt Her Husband With Rats

1922, which is based on Stephen King's novella of the same name, follows a man who is haunted by the wife he kills in rural Nebraska.

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What the It Remake’s Changes Leave Out About Trauma

I can’t fault the decision to truncate the story, but saving the adult half of It's storyline for later alters the tone of the narrative in fundamental ways that have mostly gone unaddressed.

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Why Did the It Movie Turn Beverly Marsh Into a Damsel in Distress?

Let me preface this article by explaining that I love horror, and that Stephen King is my favorite author. My mother read It when she was pregnant with me, and I’ve been a fan ever since. So needless to say, the release of the new It adaptation was a long awaited day for me. I left the theater exasperated and have only grown more flummoxed by the adaptation of Beverly Marsh.

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People Are in Love With Pennywise the Clown From It and Fandom Is Having a Field Day

Something unexpected has begun showing up on my Tumblr dashboard: people are attracted to Pennywise the Dancing Clown from It—the demonic monster who eats children—and Pennywise has become an object of fan adoration.

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I Will Never See the Movie It but the Reviews Say It’s Scary Good

Reviews are rolling in for the new adaptation of Stephen King's It, and while you could not pay me enough money to sit through this film, by all accounts this one is a creepy clown triumph.

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Things We Saw Today: Overwatch Fans Are Enamored With the Queen of Junkertown

Fans of Overwatch have been flocking to profess their love for a character who features heavily in a brand new map coming to the game: the Queen of Junkertown.

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Stop Making Me Want to See IT When I Don’t Wanna See IT, Stephen King!


Damn it. DAMN IT. Why does this movie look so good? Why did this featurette make me want to see this freaking movie even more. I hate movies like this. You know what I don't hate? Sleeping well. Which I won't do for at least a month if I see this movie. DAMN YOU, FEATURETTE!

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It, This Year’s Other Stephen King Movie, Is Getting Great Early Reactions

If The Dark Tower was a disappointment to Stephen King fans, it looks like It will give them something to be happy about this year—once they get over the resurgence of their coulrophobia. If early reactions are anything to go by (admittedly not reliably), It delivers not only on the scares you'd expect, but on a surprising amount of humor and heart, as well, for a well-rounded movie experience.

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I’m Really, Really Nervous About The Dark Tower

As we approach the release of The Dark Tower adaptation on August 4th, all signs point to trouble for the movie, which stars Idris "I love you too, Kaila" Elba as the Gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black.

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There’s New It Footage and I Don’t Know How I’m Going to Sit Through a Whole Movie of This Creepiness

"Where ya goin'?" AWAY.

In this newest clip, we see poor hypochondriac Eddie Kaspbrak (Jack Dylan Grazer) encounter It in a scene that'll be familiar to book readers. 

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Everything That Ran Through My Mind as I Watched the New Freaky-As-Hell It Trailer

My spirit has left my body.

Listen: I'm a terrible chickenshit.

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Were You Hoping to Sleep Soundly? Too Bad, Here Are More It Images

Most of the concept art takes us into the drains and gutters, which are casually littered with the "remnants of other lost children whose fears have fed the beast." Ok cool, I didn't need to sleep today.

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Things We Saw Today: Horror Master Stephen King Loves the Women of TNT’s Claws

Critically acclaimed horror author Stephen King is a huge fan of TNT's Claws, and so are we! Seriously, what other endorsements do you need? Go watch it now!

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Moonlight’s Andre Holland Joins the World of Stephen King as the Lead in Hulu’s Castle Rock

We all fell in love with Andre Holland as the object of Chiron's affection in the Academy Award-winning film, Moonlight. Fans of American Horror Story or Cinemax's The Knick have gotten to know and love him, too. Now, Holland is shifting from supporting actor to lead as the star of the upcoming Stephen King anthology series, Castle Rock.

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Creepy First It Trailer Feels Part Stephen King, Part Stranger Things

Have fun never sleeping again.

Not that it should come as a surprise to anyone, but the new It trailer is the stuff of nightmares.

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