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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

In case you think we missed It...

Stephen King's, scary novel, It, just celebrated it's 30th anniversary. 

Which is shocking since I actually remember when It hit the shelves. 

And I don't think It was thirty years ago.
But okay, fine. If you insist. 

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In light of the anniversary, here's news you can use!

A reboot of the 1990 TV miniseries 
will be released in September of 2017.  
Remember Pennywise? Your favorite dancing clown? Ahem.

Andres Muschietti (Mama), is set to direct and Bill Skarsgard has the daunting task of 
breathing new life into Pennywise. 
No easy feat after Tim Curry's version!  

Then there's this terrific piece from the Los Angeles Review of Books that may find you re-reading this classic yourself!

Where “It” Was: Rereading Stephen King’s “It” on Its 30th Anniversary

By Adrian Daub

If I did post the pics you'd look like this: 


Original cover art. 
It's what we can't see that scares us most. 

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