Stephen King films: the triumphs and the tragedies

Stand By Me

Stephen King’s 1986 novel IT ​is regarded by a large section of devoted King fans, whom he refers to as his ‘constant readers’, to be the author’s masterwork; it’s comprised of 1,138 sprawling, thrilling and often terrifying pages bulging with characters, flashbacks and backstories. IT’s eponymous villain’s main ‘form’ is the demonic clown, Pennywise, but this shape-shifting evil entity is able to take on the likeness of whatever a child is most afraid of – werewolf, leper,…

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