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I May Destroy You
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Coming of age horror story by a group of kids from a small town in Maine that faced unspeakable evils, and have to do it all over again when they discover that IT's back, and must keep that promise they made one another so many years before.
All of the young cast is excellent, if anything is better than the adult one! And so it's the first part of the movie/mini-series.
Tim Curry steals the show even in a small, but pivotal role as the villain/monster.
He's a lot of fun too, so disappointing to see that in the end he was nothing but a giant spider-like monster...
His few lines stick in everybody's mind and so does his creepy way of delivering them.
Ultimately a story that highlights how friendship from those early days, normally stays with us forever, and that is the driving force, in this particular case, for the battle between good and evil.
Incredible fun. Largely underrated film, written by Stephen King, starring Ron Perlman, Tom Skerritt and Steven Weber (the Shining).
A simple story that starts with a couple being framed for drug possession by a road patrol in the Nevada desert soon turns into something much deadlier and disturbing.
Excellent and timeless fun. Yet another werewolf tale, 80s style!
Great performances all around, from Corey Haim and Gary Busey and Lawrence Tierney, Everett Mc Gill (Twin Peaks) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost).
Produced by Italian master Dino De Laurentiis (King Kong, Flash Gordon, Dead Zone, Blue Velvet etc)
Personally one of my favourite King's adaptations. Sure, all special visual effects are terrible, but the story is great, and well acted. It's the old good vs evil plot with the settings deep into the twilight zone