IT is being praised as the highest-grossing horror film of all-time after passing The Exorcist. But have we ignored another box office smash?
Do modern horror movies need "icons" like Pennywise to succeed? Probably not, but prepare for an onslaught of imitators.
Fresh off the smash success of IT adaptation, horror producer Roy Lee is eyeing Japanese sci-fi franchise Ma.K for his next project.
Stephen King's IT is primed to become the highest-grossing R-rated horror movie of all time at the domestic box office, passing up The Exorcist.
IT director Andy Muschietti believes that the 'emotional connection' of the Stephen King adaptation was the key to its success.
Andrés Muschietti shares his point of view on the real-life clown controversy that has been surrounding the release of his new film IT.
Andy Muschietti's remake of IT sees the Losers Club come together to take on Pennywise - and Beverly Marsh (Sophia Lillis) is the heart of the group.
IT producer Barbara Muschietti reveals which scene from the film scared Stephen King and teases his plans for the movie's sequel.
2017 has undoubtedly been the year of the horror movie, but why are films like, It, Get Out, and Split proving so successful?
IT actor Bill Skarsgård reveals some details about a disturbing flashback scene that was cut from the film, featuring Pennywise in the 1600s.