May 24, 2018
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VIDEO: Moments In The 1990 It Movie That Are Scarier Than The Remake

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There are a lot of reasons why Stephen King’s It was ripe for revival on-screen in 2017. It’d been 27 years since the last adaptation, which is a fateful number in the story. Clowns are still pretty damn scary. And, well, the 1990 TV miniseries simply couldn’t capture the most terrifying elements of King’s bestseller under network restrictions and a small-screen budget. The outdated special effects in particular have rendered certain portions of the original It film laughable, instead of frightening. Even so, there are certain scenes in the 1990 miniseries that still hold up — and are actually even scarier than the new big-screen adaptation…

The moving pictures | 0:38
Ben’s father | 1:43
Beverly’s bathroom | 2:15
Eddie’s shower | 2:51
Going clear | 3:37
The meta element | 4:24

Read more here → http://www.looper.com/87236/moments-1990-movie-scarier-todays-remake/

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