Warning: This post contains spoilers for IT Chapter Two. Like its hugely popular 2017 predecessor , IT Chapter Two opens with an early scene from Stephen King’s 1986 novel in which the evil It — in the form of Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise the Dancing Clown — preys on and kills a resident of Derry, ME. But unlike young Georgie Denbrough in the first movie, Adrian Mellon is near death before Pennywise ever lays […]
…even today, in 2019. “It” represents the darkness and hatred that exists in towns all across the United States. The scene was disturbing to watch, yes, but to some, it’s a reality, and it’s important to emphasize that.
— Andrew Steele (@aweskr) September 6, 2019
Hey, LGBT folks planning to go se IT Chapter Two: BIG content warning for graphic, unnecessary, targeted abuse the first 15 minutes of the movie. Please be safe, and consider walking in late if you still want to see it!
— yugo limbo (@yugsly) September 6, 2019
I really liked “It Chapter Two”, but just a heads up for lil sensitive gays like me, the opening scene involves very disturbing and violent homophobia that I did not expect / personally wish I had known about beforehand.
— MISS BENNY (@Miss_Benny) September 6, 2019