Oct 25, 2017 06:58 PM EST

Start Your Halloween Weekend Off with Stephen King's It!

Start Your Halloween Weekend Off with Stephen King's It!
It's that time of year again. The air is colder, the leaves are falling, pumpkins are being carved and everyone is picking out their Halloween costumes. It's the time of year when we binge horror films and look for some frights. Well, what could possibly be better than heading to the theatre and seeing "It" for Halloween?

Told as never before, Warner Bros. has brought Stephen King's novel to life through hypnotic storytelling. An impeccable cast led by Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise puts the audience right into the story and into the town of Derry, Maine. 

"It" also stars Jaeden Lieberher (Bill Denbrough), Jeremy Ray Taylor (Ben Hanscom), Sophia Lillis (Beverly Marsh), Finn Wolfhard (Richie Tozier), Chosen Jacobs (Mike Hanlon), Jack Dylan Grazer (Eddie Kaspbrak) and Wyatt Oleff (Stan Uris). The skill of this young cast is impressive and their performances shouldn't be missed.

For those who don't know, the film focuses on the story of teenager Bill Denbrough and the disappearance of his seven-year-old brother, Georgie. After Georgie's disappearance, Bill never gives up hope, always thinking they will find something left of his brother.  Bill and his group of friends, each being a bit of an outcast, form a group called "The Losers Club", creating a strong bond and realizing that they are all experiencing strange occurrences that contain the same figure - Pennywise the Clown. They decide to face Pennywise head-on and try to rid him from their lives once and for all.

"It" has broken records in the horror genre and has earned over $320 million at the box office. Now, with this re-release, you can enjoy the film again or even experience it for the first time. This is a film that everyone should go out to see, especially to get into the Halloween spirit.

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