We’re baaaaack! After two weeks away for a much-needed vacation – and an unwanted car breakdown in New Brunswick – we’re gearing up for our October content with a terror-ific face off. We decided to take a look at the “classic” 1990 TV miniseries, It, versus Andy Muschietti’s newly released film of the same name. Both based on the iconic Stephen King novel, one clings to the bones of the book, while the other tries to capture its soul. Along the way we discuss the significance of an earned scare, child actors, blending pathos with terror, and so much more. So grab your boat, and come on down for a listen … you’ll float, too.
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