Stephen King's IT £2.99 @ HMV
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Stephen King's IT £2.99 @ HMV

£2.99
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Found 5th Jun 2009Made hot 5th Jun 2009
Classic horror here for just £2.99. Currently the cheapest as its next best is £4.79 at Borders. Also £2.69 after student discount and quidco is available as well

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Great price, hasn't been this low for a long while! Thanks jon15

bargain - just under a pound an hour!

They float down there - and when your down there you'll float too!

top price!
"girly-boy" :thumbsup:

Nice one is his movie anygood as me love me horra movies

Fanimal;5413461

Nice one is his movie anygood as me love me horra movies



I second that.......

Fanimal;5413461

Nice one is his movie anygood as me love me horra movies



Scared the sh*t out of me when I first saw it many years ago.
I still won't sleep with the curtains open.. or look down drains.. :whistling:

Saw this when I was in Primary School, scared me to f*** and back!!! Hoping it will still be as scary.. part one was awesome, part two less so..

You want a baloon Georgie?

It's actually a very good film with some decent acting, Pennywise the clown scared the carp outta me when i first watched this movie.:oops:

Really good version. The book is far scarier though!

not for a 8 year old!!! this gave me nightmares for a year i, read the book a few years ago and it was more wierd than scary.

Chocadooby;5414885

Really good version. The book is far scarier though!



That's fair to say for almost all adaptions & TBH Sephen Kings books rarely come across so well in the cinema:thinking:

Jimmy67;5415153

That's fair to say for almost all adaptions & TBH Sephen Kings books … That's fair to say for almost all adaptions & TBH Sephen Kings books rarely come across so well in the cinema:thinking:



Some horrors maybe (Can't fault The Shining and Carrie)
but The Shawshank Redemption and Green Mile.

I think the problem with the full books (IT, The Stand etc) compared to his short stories (Shawshank, Green Mile, Total Recall etc) is that they're so detailed that anyone whose read the books first is inevitably disappointed with the film.
The short stories are more ideas than anything, and so translate better to film.

Having said that, his books are usually "on a budget" films with poor actors and cheapo special effects. With the exception of Pennywise, I thought the acting in I.T was appalling, and some of the changes from the book were just stupid. I think he just takes a quick buck on them, because there's little of the books left.

That said, for £3 it's still worth it - but read the book too, it's right up there in my top 3: it's as much about the magic and possibilities of childhood as it is about scaring the crap out of you.

Not a bad horror film, unless of course you're suffering from Coulrophobia.
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