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Pennywise from Stephen King's IT may seem scary, but if you really take a look at him through the lens of memes, then this horror monster is hilarious
If Sophia Lillis of It fame seems familiar, it's because the young actress has been spotted in many projects aside from the Stephen King horror film.
The death of Georgie in both the IT novel and 2017 movie adaptation is a pivotal moment. Here's how the two versions compare to each other.
Both Seth Green and Finn Wolfhard brought IT's Richie Tozier to life in the 1990 miniseries and the 2017 film respectively. Here's how they compare.
Stephen King is one of the most adapted authors of all time, so let's rank his movies together from the very worst to the very best.
The new Pet Sematary movie has a reference to Derry from IT, bringing Stephen King's interconnected New England to the big screen.
The 1990 IT miniseries first brought Stephen King's chilling novel to life. Here's what the series did better than the 2017 movie adaptation.
Which horror books are better than their film counterparts? Which horror films put the books they're based on to shame?
The Losers Club managed to defeat Pennywise in Chapter 1 of It but a lot happened in the 27 years leading to Chapter 2?
The teaser poster arrives for IT: Chapter Two, the sequel to last year's smash box office hit movie adaptation of Stephen King's IT novel.
Maniac and True Detective season 1 director Cary Fukunaga explains why he didn't end up directing New Line Cinema's IT adaptation in 2015.
New Line's ScareDiego preview night lineup for San Diego Comic-Con 2018 includes IT Chapter Two and Conjuring spinoff The Nun.
The IT Chapter Two cast (which includes James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain) assemble in a photo as filming officially gets underway.
When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries. Based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King.